Dress Up Tea Lights to Get the Party Started

Dress Up Tea Lights to Get the Party Started

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Sarah Rae Smith
Aug 16, 2011

Recently over at Ohdeedoh, they've taken a close look at Camilla from Family Chic. She makes smart crafts and creations that reuse what many already have. We're loving this balloon + tea light combo for a little bit of flickering fun at your next dinner party.

Although big elaborate candle displays have their place, some apartments don't allow flames, or your children might make you think twice. Many homes have these small battery operated tea lights hiding in a junk drawer somewhere and for good reason — they're not highly attractive. They work and have purpose, but wouldn't it be great if we had more options for them?

Enter Camilla. She's cut the tops off balloons and made little covers for them. It's a simple idea that brings a little something special. Just picture an outdoor table with these little glowing orbs just waiting for late summer conversation.

Read More: Blob Lights at Family Chic

Image: Family Chic

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