To create a soft glow -- especially desirable around the dining table -- we put LED votives inside these "snow globes," which are white pendant-light fixtures, in three sizes, that we covered with clear shard glitter.
No special skills or tools are required to make this stunning bread in the shape of a sheaf of wheat. Use it as a centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table and let your guests enjoy it warm from the oven: It may seem too pretty to eat -- but is too delectable not to.
Our idea of a traditional centerpiece is rooted in floral arrangements, bowls of fruit, and cake stands carrying sweets. Let's change it up, shall we? These tree centerpieces -- adorned in ornaments, wrapped in ribbons, or draped in lights -- makes a dramatic display for any celebration.
The flickering light of a lantern centerpiece adds something special to any table. And when it's enclosed in sparkling glass or peeking through tissue paper, intricate lace, or a bed of flowers, the effect is something your guests won't soon forget.
A brightly hued citrus centerpiece, piled high with velvet leaves and silver balls, brings sophisticated cheer to an evening of Champagne toasts. The faux lemons covered with glitter are for display only, but lemon-drop candies, arranged in personalized baskets atop each plate, encourage a sweet start to the coming year.