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Pierced Metal Hurricane, 16 in.

Let the pierced body style of this black metal hurricane candle holder create candlelit silhouettes along your wall. 16 inch holder takes a pillar candle.

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DIY Hurricanes from Dollar Tree items (maybe with the gray and brown river rocks for my decor and white candle?

Silver candelabra and dollar store hurricane vase DIY

Silver candelabra and dollar store hurricane vase DIY. You could use the glass candlesticks and Looking Glass spray.

Floating candles in a hurricane candle holder for wedding table decorations. Would use silver instead of gold.

Wedding table decorations: Hurricane vase filled with tinsel and water and a floating candle is a simple DIY decor item.

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Five Ways to Decorate for the Holidays on a Budget

Belgian Pearls, favorite Christmas decorating This is a great idea, you can use other things like spices, and the candle will smell nice and look good too!

Scandinavian Christmas - Hurricane bowl with white pillar candles and frosted pine cones with white stone chips as a base

We are very proud to introduce our very own glass hurricanes, which have been cleverly designed by the style aficionados here at Nordic House to be the perfect finishing touch for any interior.

large hurricane vase with candles, rocks and gardenias - centerpiece - bjl

Inspiration for a tablesetting -- and a substitute for pricey vase filler. Go outdoors and find some stones!: Inspiration for a tablesetting -- and a substitute for pricey vase filler. Go outdoors and find some stones!

glass candle holder - made with dollar store glass. (I would use E-6000 glue instead of hot glue)

Easy, inexpensive way to make your own version of Williams Sonoma hurricane holiday candle holders. Use glass bought at the dollar store. Change out the leaves at Christmas and add snow and holiday jewels or handmade snowflakes.

Easy St. Patty's candles right out of the pantry.

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This is the vase idea I was talking about, you can use blingy green beads or in this case they used split peas! Patrick's Day Decor - Perfect use for those split peas in my pantry.

6 Ways To Decorate With Rocks - It doesn’t get any more organic and natural than to decorate with rocks. There’s a certain zen, a certain precious, real feeling a space gets when you use nature’s creations as the focal point or ways to accessorize. Yes you can use them in planters, but you could also display them in a glass candle holder or vase! It’s edgy and chic without all the fuss.

6 Ways To Decorate With Rocks

Spray glue, fresh evergreen pieces, a vase/candle holder and viola' - beautiful holiday decor' on a budget!

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DIY Evergreen Candle Holder -This is a cute idea to make candle holders for Christmas decoration by using the leaves of evergreen plants and glasses on stems.

Make your own hurricane vases by re-purposing candle stick holders and regular vases instead of spending big bucks on them in the store

DIY hurricane vases using Dollar Store candlesticks, vases and Gorilla the cinnamon sticks in there!

Nativity scenes on frosted glass - use etching cream to put directly on the glass.  Would be cool to make a few for the other side of the mantle with Bethlehem on it and some more pasture (you could swap out the middle candles for the kings!!)

here's my thinking: Nativity candles.get nativity silhouette images, print on tissue paper, cut & glue to glass candleholders

White candles and flowers. Perfect

J'adore, love 'abode australia's' tulips and hydrangeas styled with simple pillar candles and Coco Chanel print. - Use of white tulips and candles.

Dollar store hurricane, pots and pebbles with small flowers.

Clay pot inside a larger pot, fill one with soil and the other with gravel. Plant flowers in one larger pot, place candle and hurricane glass in other. Great for wedding centerpiece!