Our realistic Douglas Fir green forest candle ring is the perfect arrangement for your dining table. Pair it with our Honeycomb pillar candle with timer (as shown) for a warm, charming country look! It would add a seasonal touch to a kitchen counter or shelf too!
This festive candle ring is both attractive and practical. Unlike using live greens, there won’t be any dropping needles that get all over your table. If you opt for a candle with an actual flame, you won’t need to worry about having any flammable dry needles around either.
Be sure to grab one so you can start your holiday decorating early!
** Candle not included.
This Douglas fir green forest candle ring makes a stunning holiday arrangement. The realistic look of the fir and assortment of berries, coupled with the authentic pinecones throughout, makes this candle ring a must for your holiday decor!
For a stunning look, pair it with our honeycomb pillar candle with timer for a low maintenance, yet charming, centerpiece or arrangement! I have found the battery operated candles that have timers are worth the extra money you might pay for them. I always end up forgetting to either turn the candle on or more often, forget to shut it off. Before you know it, the batteries are dead because it was left on and you end up needing new ones! With the timer, you don’t have to think about it and the batteries seem to last forever!
This delightful candle ring would look especially nice on a table with a tablecloth with a country or vintage print. Sitting on a table in a foyer or entry way would also be a lovely place to display the arrangement. It would also create a warm welcoming feeling to the area.
This Douglas Fir Green forest candle ring fits 3″ pillar candle.
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