They are a great accessory to your candles and candlesticks, bringing the outdoors in and adding that splash of color to your home for Spring. Are you ready to get started?
I knew right where to go to find my candle rings supplies: JOANN. As I walked in I found several Spring stems and picks including some of my favorite spring florals, lambs ear. I grabbed several stems and even some lavender picks, and then the rest of my supplies that I will list below.
JOANN had a huge variety of spring faux florals and greenery to choose from including wreaths, garlands, and more. While my rings in the past have just been green, I decided to add a splash of color to these candle rings.
First, you will clip stems off of the larger bushes. I divided mine by keeping them in like piles (i.e., lavender, eucalyptus, etc.).
Second, start with one of the larger leaf clippings and tuck into the outmost section of the wire form. Tie them in on with floral wire, this will complete the securing process.
Keep placing one stem on top of the next, creating a ring or wreath shape. It is important that all the stems are circling around in the same direction. Once you’ve made your way around the floral wire circle, you are done with the first kind of greenery.
Third, repeat the previous step but with the next floral clippings.
Lastly, tuck the small pick florals (lavender in my example) into the greenery to add splashes of color!
I placed the candle rings on top of my wood candlesticks then the candle fits securely on top. I do like a natural look, so I made some final adjustments to the way the stems looked once I had them on the candlesticks.
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