Centerpieces with Candles
Fruit - invitingly shaped, brightly coloured, deliciously flavoured - inspires
Mother Nature has already done most of the creative work for you.
Just add a dash of imagination, to a hint of ingenuity, and you can decorate your
kitchen and dining tables - not to mention your year-round events - with flair.
Large candles - with dried fruit embedded in them - make the best smelling
candles for the home, while fruit gel candles make reusable
gifts. (See the
Ideas for Fruity Candles:
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5.5-Inch Rosy Rings Apple and Cinnamon Spice Scented Candle
Welcome your fall visitors with the inviting smells of crisp red apples,
freshly ground cinnamon, and cloves. Set aside those artificial air
fresheners - this highly-scented candle perfumes your home naturally. It will
remind you of the baking smells, coming from Mama's kitchen...even when it's unlit!
The 5½" tall pillar burns for about 120 hours; it makes your house
smell good, for the holidays.
Free Shipping. This candle ships to select international destinations.
No matter how near or far...surprise that special person with a
gift of this best-selling candle.
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(paid link) Decorative
Fruit Leaf Candle
Decorated with a simple fruit leaf on the outside, this candle smells of
cardamom, cinnamon, clove, Macintosh apples, nutmeg, tonka beans and vanilla.
Made of a soy wax blend, the candle measures 3.5" high, and burns for about 80 hours.
(paid link) Aromatherapy Jar Candle Filled with Orange Slice
Share romantic times with an aromatic candle, brimming with your favorite fruit
flavors. Delight your senses with top notes of ripe berry, blended with sweet
mango, and ending with base notes of Colorado orange.
This jelly jar candle burns for approximately 50 hours.
A thoughtful gift for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or just to show your
appreciation, at any time.
(paid link) LED Apple and Cinnamon Candle
Enjoy life's simple pleasures - a flameless fruit candle, filled with sliced
apple pieces, leaves, and cinnamon sticks, creates a natural ambiance for the
The round pillar candle measures 5 inches high.
(paid link) Coconut Shell Candle Holder
Love vacationing and the beach? Get that beachy feel right in the comfort of
This wax-filled coconut shell smells of lemon verbena, coconut, and fresh lime
with hints of mandarin and wood.
The wide ribbon wick produces an even burn, from edge to edge, all
the way down to the bottom. A tiki-style flame adds that fun island vibe!
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(paid link) Decorated Rolled Beeswax Pillar Candles
Need to get rid of bad odors in your house? These candles don't only look
fantastic, they also smell good. Made of 100%
natural ingredients, they absorb unpleasant smells, in an eco friendly way.
The pair of beeswax pillars feature slices of citrus fruits and ferns on their
Size: 2 x 5 inches tall. The candles burn with a special light and honey
scent - the bees collect their nectar from unique mountain flowers in the
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(paid link) Cinnamon Spiced Vase Candle Holder with Fruit
Spice up your surroundings with the seasonal smells of cinnamon, amber,
patchouli and woods. Fresh citrusy lime adds a lively twist. Sweet pine and
warm resins are layered with vanilla to add depth.
The 120mm x 100mm vase features eucalyptus leaves and slices of lime, arranged
around the tealight cup in the middle. Burn time - 30 hours.
(paid link) Fruit Candle Carver Tool
Use this easy tealight carver, and turn your favorite fruits and vegetables
into superb seasonal centerpieces.
The stainless steel cutter makes 1.5" diameter holes (ideal for tea
lights) in apples, pears, squash, mini pumpkins and more.
Size: 3.5" high.
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Fruit & Flower Arrangement in Preserved Banana Leaf
Take the road less travelled for the holidays. This display looks, feels and
smells like the real thing. A genuine preserved banana leaf holds a natural
arrangement of blood orange slices and proteas, finished off with sprays of
green spruce. Gold candles add a festive glow, ideal for Thanksgiving and
It measures approx 90cm in width and 25cm in height. Want this arrangement in
another colour? Get in touch today!
Spiced Apple Brick Shaped Candle
Ad: Think of an apple pie cooling on the windowsill...and you'll get an idea of
the "apple 'n spice" nature of this candle: Macintosh apples
mingle with cardamom seed, ground nutmeg,
fresh cinnamon and clove bud. The flavors of sweet tonka bean, vanilla
extract and forest balsam complete the mix.
The triple wick candle measures 9½" x 3½" x 4".
Rosy Rings Roman Lavender Botanical Candle
Ad: Add a tantalizing taste of summer to your household dècor.
Summery flowers contrast with fruit, and a bouquet of cookery herbs, in this
round pillar candle. A meadow of purple, blue and white lavender, coral
bells, nigella and larkspur blends with wholesome citrus slices.
The aromatic candle burns for 120 hours. Plenty of time to enjoy the
essential flavours of cooking and the kitchen. The 5" tall candle
brims with rosemary, sage, basil, olive and bay leaves.
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Lime & Eucalyptus Fishbowl Gel Candle
Ad: Slices of lime, and sprigs of eucalyptus, make a refreshing "underwater"
display within a fishbowl-shaped vase.
The gel candle - contained within a separate glass - never touches the
decorations. You can replace the candle once burnt down, and get many more
hours of burning time.
Rosy Rings Blossom Scented Fruit Pillar Candle
Ad: Sublime to look at, divine to smell...invigorate your surroundings with the
natural flavors of fruit and florals.
This 6½" candle burns down the middle. It creates quite a show as
it illuminates the
green citrus pieces, and lemon and lychee blossoms, from within.
Expect exceptional value-for-your-money. You get at least 200 hours of burning time from this long-lasting candle.
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5-Inch Tall Rosy Rings Round Bay Garland Pillar Candle
Ad: Rich with the flavor of culinary herbs...this candle smells like your favorite
dishes, prepared in your own kitchen.
The round pillar candle burns down the center, illuminating the
natural bay leaves, and citrus slices, pressed into the sides. You can insert a votive glass or glass tealight cup afterwards, and enjoy your
candle for many more hours.
Burning time: 120 hours.
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Fish Bowl Plum and Blackberry Gel Candle
Crushed blackberries and juicy plums color a gel candlescape with tints of rich purple.
Cassis and amber provide zesty and sensuous notes on a base of precious woods.
The candle burns independently from the summer fruits. Burn Time: approximately 15 hours.
Simply stick a glass refill into the center,
and give new life to your burnt-out candle.
Size: the fish bowl shaped candle measures 10cm (4 inches) high.
Scrollwork Candle Stand with Bell Shaped Fruit Bowl
Gather people around your kitchen table with the warmth of candlelight, and the homely smells of real fruit.
Display this scrolled, wrought iron candle and fruit stand in the center of your kitchen table. Fill the bell jar with colorful fruits.
Light the 4 candles.
You can remove the glass cloche for easy cleaning.
Avoid wax spills. Use tealights, or votive candle holders. High-quality ball candles also make a good choice, as they tend to burn down the middle, and don't drip down the sides much.
Size: 19.5" in diameter x 10.5" high.
Orange Votive Candle Holders Centerpiece
Decorate that summer party in fruity style! Use a bit of creativity, and
transform fresh oranges into luscious and fragrant candle holders. Prepare three
orange candle holders per the instructions, and arrange in a long dish.
Or, make one for each guest, and place one at each place setting.
This centerpiece can be displayed indoors or out, as the votive glasses
shield the candlelight from breezes.
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Badash Galaxy T-lite/Desert - 4 piece set
Sophisticated, with fruity flair. Display t-lites in two of the glasses. Fill the other two with summer berries, grapes or cherries. Alternate them down the center of a long table, and enjoy the unique ambiance these centerpieces bring to a dinner party.
Each glass features an air bubble in the sturdy base, an artistic signature created during the mouth blowing process.
Size: 4 x 4 x 3.2 inches, (10 x 10 x 8cm).
Also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Reminiscent of long, lazy days, warm friendships, and summer fruits, you can enjoy these desserts, (visually, at least), whatever the weather.
Arrange 3 of these
fruit dessert candles on a tray, decorate with colourful
napkins, and other dessert accessories, and your centerpiece is complete.
Create a "strawberries-and-cream" effect, using a red-pink-and-white marbled candle, fresh strawberries, and snow-white flowers. (We used carnations, but many other white flowers will do equally well).
You'll need: A rectangular, strawberry-red, pink, and white candle
; a rectangular, white plate, longer and wider than the candle; fresh strawberries; white flowers.
Place the candle on the white plate. Arrange strawberries around the candle, and stick a flower head into each corner.
A cylinder candle with an apple decoupage design
A wicker basket
Paper napkins, with an apple design, (optional)
Place a few paper napkins into the wicker basket with
the edges hanging slightly over the sides. (Or just use
the wicker basket as it is). Place the candle into the center
of the basket. Surround the candle with the apples. Here are the instructions for the decoupage technique
used on the candle.
You can use a scented or unscented candle for this centerpiece, that's entirely
We used a 4x6" (10x15cm) cylinder candle with orange and yellow chunks.
A large orange chunk cylinder candle.
2 dried orange slices.
2 fresh oranges.
String (or raffia, ribbons, leather thong, etc.)
Thread the string through the orange slices. Tie it around the candle, so that one orange slice is on the front of the candle and the other on the opposite side. (So that your guest's on either side of the table have the same view of the candle). Slice the orange through four ways, without cutting through the bottom. This leaves 8 attached wedges. Open the wedges up gently to form petal shapes. Place on either side of the candle on 2 plates.
Let your friends admire your handiwork, while you tempt them with tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits.
A decorative tin container candle with a fruit design. Scented or unscented, you choose. (I filled an old Danish lemon biscuit tin with wax).
Pieces of fresh fruit matching the tin design.
Place your tin candle in a central spot on the table. Arrange a few pieces of the fresh fruit next to it. Echo this centerpiece theme in the paper napkins, the cakes you serve or other decorative elements on your table. (Selectively, not every single thing has to match). This is also great for outdoors, as the tin makes a perfect hurricane shield.
these tin container candles become ferociously hot when they've been burning for some hours. Don't place it on a cake stand or anything else which might shatter easily. Tiles, dinner plates, metal trays and wooden surfaces are suitable.
A variation of the old candle & wine holder centrepieces. Traditionally, a very soft candle is used, leaving artistic drips on the bottle and sometimes (oops!) on the table.
A wine bottle (I used a decorative bottle of Spanish recycled glass, with a raised grape design).
A taper candle.
A plate or tile to display the bottle on.
Fresh grapes, green and black.
Stick the taper into the bottle. Put the bottle onto the tile/plate. Casually arrange some grapes around the bottle.
Fresh apples make luscious candle holders. Enjoy the fleeting beauty of these centerpieces at your summertime party, or fall event. Insert tea light candles instead of tapers, if you like. A fruit tealight cutter gives you a neat and precise hole.
2 large apples (get the biggest ones you can find)
An ivory taper candle
Leaves (from apples or flowers)
A plate, to display the centerpiece on
A fruit candle carver (an apple-corer makes a good candle carver tool, especially for taper candles)
Place the leaves in water and hydrate them well. This delays the inevitable droop which happens after a few hours. Make a straight hole about 2,5 cms (1") deep in the apple, using the fruit candle corer. Place the apple onto the plate. Wedge the candle firmly into the apple. Stick some leaves in around the base of the candle.
Slice the second apple into thin pieces. Sprinkle with lemon juice. This
slows down the discolouration process, and the apple pieces will take longer to turn brown.
Put them around the base of the central apple.
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Enjoy the colours and scents of summer fruits, whatever the season.
Arrange a group of chunky, citrus-coloured pillar candles on a wax candle plate embedded with dried citrus slices
The lemon, orange and grapefruit slices are partially embedded, with the exposed bits subtly giving off their gorgeous fragrance.
We used various flat-topped and pointed cylinder candles with the following sizes: 10x10cm (4x4"), 8.5x19cm (3.4x7.6"), 8.5x16cm (3.4x6.4"), and 6x20cm (2.4x8").
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