My solution: Votive candle jars!
Here\’s another cool thing about it….They are easy to clean!!
Now, if I could get my hands on one of these:
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Oh, by the way – for any one concerned –
Prince charming was able to escape from his hungry captives.
He only sustained minor paint scraping and a disappointed Naomi who tossed him down when she realized the doll wasn\’t actually hers. It was her sister\’s – Abby! What a disappointment! Well, at least Charming got out with all his limbs intact!
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What a beautiful idea! I'm going to start going through my shelves and drawers. I know I have various votive candle holders laying about. As you said, it's a nice idea for teachers to use. This teacher is going to add this to her classroom this year. I have the perfect statue of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel to use with it! Thank you for the idea!
Thanks for linking up, Melanie! You have a wonderful family!
Hi Birgit! Thanks for adding your wonderful post! It's nice to have you here!
Angela, That's great! I hope the kids enjoy it! Blessings to you and the kids. May you all have a wonderful school year!
Aha! Votive candle holders…now why didn't I think of that!? Even without receiving tiny flowers, what a great idea to make a lovely flower spread…and with pearls! (I love that idea, too!)
Hand-Maid With Love, I felt silly after the idea came to me! I had been struggling for years with my tiny bouquets, and the answer to my problem was just sitting there! Oh well, better late than never! Blessings to you!