Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath

Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath

Bring your Thanksgiving table to life with this gorgeous Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath.  With paper sunflowers, faux acorns and faux raspberries, you can create a stunning Thanksgiving table decoration that is perfect for celebrating the season's bounties.  Place this mini wreath around a large pillar candle for an easy and colorful table decoration that's perfect to have out all season long. This Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath will keep your Thanksgiving cozy and inviting.

Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath


  • 18 yellow and orange paper sunflowers on wired stems
  • 20 faux acorns
  • 8 red, black and green faux raspberries
  • Selection of other small dried seeds
  • 3 miniature dried orange slices
  • Stiff cardboard
  • 2 plates, one with a diameter of 7.6” and the other with a diameter of 5.4”
  • Pencil
  • Standard scissors
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks


  1. Place the plate with the diameter of 7.6” onto the cardboard and trace around it, so that you will have traced a big circle onto the cardboard.
  2. Center the second plate with the diameter of 5.4” and trace around the plate.
  3. Cut out both circles that you have traced, so that you will have a cardboard ring.

    Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath
  4. Cut off the each sunflower’s wire stem and use the hot glue gun to add the sunflowers to the cardboard ring.

    Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath
  5. Next, fill in some of the openings by hot gluing the acorns in place.

    Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath
  6. Lastly, add the faux raspberries, dried seeds and dried orange slices.

    Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath
  7. Add the pillar candle and your Thanksgiving decoration is ready.

    Thanksgiving Pillar Candle Wreath




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This is such a pretty little wreath! It would even look cool expanded to a door size! Another option would be to,use real acorns! I have seen acorns painted with metalic based paints and even embellished with white glue that dries clear or decopage and frosted glitter added and it really looked spectacular! Add a small string of tiny LED rice lights for so,D added sparkle! Super idea!


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