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Fill your hurricane lamps or planters with beach sand and put some festive themed candles in them - great way to 'dress up' your surrounding while entertaining.  Intrigue Design sells these candles -

Fill your hurricane lamps or planters with beach sand and put some festive themed candles in them - great way to 'dress up' your surrounding while entertaining. Intrigue Design sells these candles -

fall hurricanes - diy from dollar tree - $3 each!

Easy, inexpensive way to make your own version of Williams Sonoma hurricane holiday candle holders. Use glass bought at the dollar store. Change out the leaves at Christmas and add snow and holiday jewels or handmade snowflakes.

DIY decor for our beach home. Hurricane lamp bought at Walmart, shells bought at The Dollar Tree and sand from the beach - viola!

22 Budget Christmas Decor Ideas for the Home

DIY decor for a beach home. Hurricane lamp bought at Walmart, shells bought at The Dollar Tree and sand from the beach - viola!

string lights in hurricane lamps   I wonder if I would be able to recreate these. Maybe change out the lights for various seasons?

Fall Porch Decorating, "Tweaking" & More

Hurricane lighting fairy lights garden and home design and interiors. string lights in hurricane lamps I wonder if I would be able to recreate these. Maybe change out the lights for various seasons?

Red metal lanterns and bandanas as napkins are perfect for a down-home feast

Rustic Colorado Rehearsal Dinner from Alexan Events

Red metal lanterns and bandanas as napkins are perfect for a down-home feast (also idea with lanterns for Christmas)

Arbor - lanterns. Absolutely love this. Great idea for the planned moon garden area of the yard.

another inexpensive way to decorate for an outdoor summer wedding- hurricane lamps in potted plants with hanging lanterns

Metalwork Hurricane - anthropologie.com

Metalwork Hurricane

When we left our beloved old home in Brookline ten years ago and headed to Los Angeles, I began to wonder how I would create a cozy holiday environment when mid-December temps reached into the 80s. I had traded a substantial home with five fireplaces and a formal dining room for a small beach bungalow absent even one hearth and void of any formalities.

"A Natural Christmas Tablescape. Just L❤VE the idea of artifical snow in the candle holders which, can also be achieved by using Epsom Salt in them.

Make your own hurricane vases by re-purposing candle stick holders and regular vases instead of spending big bucks on them in the store

DIY hurricane vases using Dollar Store candlesticks, vases and Gorilla Glue.love the cinnamon sticks in there!

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