A three-tiered dessert tray decorated with glittered tea lights and burlap tea lights (above).
My favorite items from Jo-Ann’s on this table are the FEATHERS! They have the greatest assortment of plumage in the silk flowers isle. I also got the wreath you see below in the same section (60% off!). There are some cool feather floral stems listed here, but the best thing to do is go into the store and browse those isles. I find the best stuff by just poking my head into each little section.
I like to pair the feather floral stems with branches from our garden and display them in milk glasses vases. Perfection.
Below is a close up of my little burlap tea lights. They are very simple: Cut a strip of burlap that will fit around the tea light and slightly overlap. Cover the outside of the tea light with modpodge, then place the burlap around the candle and cover with more modpodge. Let the candle dry for two hours and you’re done! A note of fair warning, however: these things are not easy to light without the burlap catching fire. They are more beautiful than useful, methinks.