Consuming Fire Centerpiece for Church

Category Centerpieces

I am making a artificial fire centerpiece. My recommendation is first get a string of lights that run by battery, red shiny tissue paper, shiny satin material in red and orange color, and a small jar from Michaels. Put the tissue in the jar and entwine the lights in it. Leave a strand on the top, cut the material to look light a flame and glue it at the top on the jar. It will have a flame effect for less than $10.


By jastallworth

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By Michele (Guest Post)
August 10, 20050 found this helpful

jastallworth...Please be careful about using the tissue paper in the jar with the lights. If left on for long periods of time it might catch fire. Maybe it would be better if you attached the "flame" to the outside of the jar. Like decoupage the tissue paper on the outside of the jar instead of just putting it in the jar.

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