Fall Harvest Candles Craft

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Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

Fall Harvest Candles Craft!

 

Can believe that November is already here? It seems like it was just Christmas a few days ago. Time sure flies (especially as you get older!) Today we are sharing one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, the Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work to do. 

Do you know why we celebrate Thanksgiving? Head down and read more. 

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

What’s Needed

  • 2 Glass Candle Holders—at least 6 inches tall
  • 1 cup Popcorn, unpopped
  • 1 cup Dry Red Beans
  • 1 cup Dry Split Peas
  • 2 Votive Candles
  • Twine or Raffia

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

Directions

1. Pour a quarter to a half cup of the peas into a glass holder. Follow with the popcorn and then the red beans on top. Fill the other glass holder the same way but change the order how you would like.

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

2. Press a candle down into each one about halfway.

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

3. Wrap a piece of twine or raffia around the top rim of each holder about 3 or 4 times, and then tie in a knot or little bow.

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

4. Light the candles and enjoy a beautiful fall ambiance!

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

Why We Celebrate Thanksgiving:

There are lots of Thanksgiving Day icons; turkeys, corn, pumpkins, Pilgrims, and Indians. You can hardly walk down a street in America in November without seeing these Thanksgiving Day icons everywhere.

Many countries have a day set aside during the fall season of the year to celebrate the harvest. Thanksgiving celebrations ó celebrations of a good harvest ó happen at various times of the year around the world.

America’s Thanksgiving celebration, however, is more than just a good harvest celebration ó although it is that as well. Actually, in America we are giving thanks for our very existence.

Back in 1620 a boatload of about 100 souls crossed the Atlantic on rickety sailing ships to find religious freedom. They were being persecuted in England and they longed to practice religion as their conscious dictated. They suffered untold hardships. When they landed here in this new world, it was past the growing season. They had no provisions. Before spring dawned, half of them were dead.

A local tribe of Native American Indians helped the Pilgrims. In the spring, the Indians taught the Pilgrims how to grow food in this new land. They taught the Pilgrims how to hunt and fish ó how to survive. By the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims had a full harvest of corn, pumpkins, squash, and other vegetables.

To thank the Indians for helping them survive, the Pilgrims put together a huge feast and invited the Indians to join them. About 90 Indians came to the celebration, and they came bearing gifts of deer to roast with the turkeys and other wild game.

The Pilgrims were celebrating the successful harvest, but more importantly, they were celebrating the help of the Indians, and they were celebrating their own survival.

That’s what Thanksgiving Day celebrations are in America!

 

Today we share one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work.

 

Fall Harvest Candles Craft

Fall Harvest Candles Craft

Ingredients

  • 2 Glass Candle Holders—at least 6 inches tall
  • 1 cup Popcorn, unpopped
  • 1 cup Dry Red Beans
  • 1 cup Dry Split Peas
  • 2 Votive Candles
  • Twine or Raffia

Instructions

  1. Pour a quarter to a half cup of the peas into a glass holder. Follow with the popcorn and then the red beans on top. Fill the other glass holder the same way but change the order how you would like.
  2. Press a candle down into each one about halfway.
  3. Wrap a piece of twine or raffia around the top rim of each holder about 3 or 4 times, and then tie in a knot or little bow.
  4. Light the candles and enjoy a beautiful fall ambiance!
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Today we are sharing one of our easiest and beautiful crafts for this season, the Fall Harvest Candles craft, because with the holidays upon us, who needs more work to do. 

 

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