Goodwill Candlesticks to Easter Topiaries

Apparently there is a theme with Goodwill candlesticks on my blog! Maybe it should be called Look at All The Cool Stuff You Can Make with Candlesticks Blog…..I have been wanting to try to make some topiaries and when I saw these cute boy and girl bunny candlesticks for $1.99 each I knew I had my chance!

I bought some plain pots at the craft store and sprayed them pink.

Then I bought two 6 inch Styrofoam balls and cut almost a whole yard of felt circles. This is about 4 (kiddie) naps worth of work! I used the same technique to make the felt ruffle heart wreath last month. You just fold the circles in quarters and pin away! The Idea Room is where I originally saw this method.

I put two green kid cups upside down in the pots because I didn’t have any floral foam. I placed the candlesticks on top and then put moss around the edges. That was it! So simple.

I think these look super cute with the rest of my Easter decorations! And fingers crossed my kids haven’t tried to destroy them 🙂

xoxo

Lina

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46 thoughts on “Goodwill Candlesticks to Easter Topiaries

  1. hiya , these are sooooooo cute worth all that cutting and folding during nap time …hope the house work did not suffer for them ???…..lol
    tfs
    xmaggiex

  2. THAT IS SO PRECIOUS AND CREATIVE! lOVE THAT YOU TURNED CANDLESTICKS INTO darling Topiary's WELL DONE. winks-jen

  3. I LOVE Goodwill!!! I am a self professed ADDICT and seeing CUTE projects like this will send me running to check out our local goodies, tomorrow! YIKES 😉
    Visiting from Metamorphasis Monday, stop by my blog for a visit … cookscleansplayswithpaper.blogspot.com

  4. Your topiaries are absolutely adorable! I have seen cute candlesticks like those before but, never thought about using them like you did.
    Great job!

  5. Cute idea for the topiary globe! There are endless possibilities for fabrics and colors. Thanks for the inspiration. Visiting from Linda's party. ~ Sue

  6. Stopped by from Tip Tuesday. These are absolutely adorable!!! What a fabulous idea, I love it, thanks for sharing!

  7. So cute!!! I love your blog too. I hope we could develop s connection by following each others blog. Wishing you more happiness!

  8. I would've passed these by as candleholders–but as topiaries, they're adorable! Thanks for stopping by Red Hen Home!

  9. So cute. Just like Korrie, I would have passed these by, but they are so cute as topiaries. Your whole display looks great.

  10. Happy to see your creative idea linked up last week at my K.I.S.S. blog bash. Looking forward to seeing what great project you share this week, remember the link is open until tonight @ midnight {CST}.

    Drop by The Tattered Tag

  11. Adorable. Creative. Genius.

    I am having a spring craft linky party and giveaway on my blog this Friday. I would love for you to showcase this wonderful project.

    Details are on my blog today.

  12. HPS to you and Happy Easter. I still can't figure out how you put those pink petals on the topiary ball. Love what you got to share today.
    Have a great weekend.
    Nancy

  13. Happy Pink Saturday, Lina. I am so glad you joined us.

    These are darling. I think I need to start going to Goodwill with you.

  14. Sending my tablescaping friends HERE for ideas!!! You sure come up with some GREAT ideas!!! KUDOS!!!
    :*~:*~Wendy:*~:*~

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