|Nancy M. used the tree branch place holders to dress up a snack and dessert table. On second thought, those big tasty croissants look like they could make a meal. What a wonderful arrangement!|
Kim F. shows this photo of a place card with a scalloped edge. Sometimes you can find these in places like Hobby Lobby or Michael's. If you can't find them then you can make them up real quick with some card stock and some decorative edge scissors.
Sabrina C.-H. used some of our tree branch candle holders to make this awesomely rustic table setting. Notice one is used as a stump and turned upside down to break it up a little.
Aimee W. took this 2 inch tall tree branch candle holder and used it with a full size tall votive candle. The holder is wrapped in a burlap band and accented with a stamped 2 inch diameter wood slice.
Tracy B. arranged these candle holders on top of a 6 to 7 inch diameter wood slice and added a little touch of moss to give it that extra outdoorsy touch.
Maggie S added a little paint to dress up these tree branch candle holders around the bottom. This is really a neat way to bring the rustic outdoors together with your interior colors or just to give them a pop of pizzazz.
Andrea S. used these cedar tree branch candle holders for this table arrangement. The bark has been stripped off the wood to give it a lighter smooth characteristic.
Melissa E. made this awesome guest book sign in table. Such a wonderful arrangement! It is accented with some of our irregular tree branch vases holding some Baby's Breath flowers.
Many of these items are available in our Etsy store HERE!