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Advent {Pin}Inspiration

I thought for today I’d do a fun decorating post for those of you who are looking for ways to display your Advent candles. Here are a few ideas I found recently on Pinterest.

{image by Little Scandinavian}

{image by EAB Designs}

{image by RAUMDINGE}

{image by Liljor Och Tulpaner}

{image by Pure Joy}

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Using the image below for inspiration, I decided to create my own Advent candle display….I was surprised it really didn’t take to long!

{image by Garden Party}

 

 

All you need are:

  • 4 candles
  • 4 clay pots
  • ribbon
  • fake moss
  • glue

 

Step 1: Place the candle in the clay pot. {make sure to push it down to secure it inside the pot}

Step 2: Glue ribbon around the outer edge.

Step 3: Glue inside the pot around the candle and tuck in small patches of the fake moss.

Step 4: Repeat for the other 3 candles.

 

That’s it!!!!

 

For more Advent and Christmas decorating ideas check out our GMG Pinterest page!

 

Love God Greatly!

-Angela

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  1. Oh how sweet, thanks for all the ideas!! Such sweet adverts. I’m in love with the first one.

    By His grace,
    Adrienne R

  2. I bought little glass jars from the Dollar Store for my Advent display. I printed a coloring sheet with the word “Hope” on it for my 3 year old daughter to color. I then had my 7 and 6 year old boys draw pictures of examples of Hope God has given us. I then Modge Podged them on the jar, and I leave a flameless candle on all day. In the morning, I light a real candle, but then once we are done discussing the day’s verses, I blow it out and turn on the other candle. The kids love it, and I think it would be a great tradition to begin with my kids each year.

    Thanks for the beautiful ideas you shared, and for all you do to help me keep my focus on Him.

    Be blessed today!

  3. This is awesome Ang! I’m off to pin this :)
    Courtney

  4. Jana, what a cute idea! LOVE it!! Thank you for sharing.

    Thank you for sharing these ideas. I enjoyed each one and can’t wait to begin making my family’s own.

    Thank you for all you do for His kingdom. May God bless you all for your faithfulness.

  5. Thank you for the wisdom you share and especially for the warmth and sincerity you are bringing in the midst of the hubbub of Christmas. I started this study with two girlfriends, long distance, and already I have drawn closer to Christ – His vastness and intimacy amaze me!
    thank you
    http://predatory-lies.com/2012/11/27/what-have-you-done/

  6. Thanks for the lovely Advent candle ideas and for hosting, & God bless!

  7. This is my first time joining you and linking up. I am a recently new subscriber but I love your message. Read my entry on Enjoying the Journey:
    http://www.thelostapron.com/2012/11/enjoy-the-journey.html

  8. While I don’t have any children at home (mine are all grown up), I do have a husband! Sometimes that qualifies as an extra child (LOL) I have enjoyed sharing my advent study with him. Thank you GMG for listening to God’s leading in your life. What a blessing you are!

  9. I really like the candles in clay pot holders…it’s so unique.

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