Shine a light... Add a fresh scent to your craft stall and shoppers' Christmas tables with these rustic centrepieces made with rosemary and moss.
ustomers looking for a last-minute table decoration will love these ontrend candle pots, with their earthy scents of herbs and moss. They're quick to make and will last a few weeks, so are ideal for selling throughout December. We packed our pots with rosemary and berries, but you could also use holly, pinecones and fruit slices for a more traditional festive look.
C CHow to make the pots
Soak an oasis brick by dropping into a basin of water – don’t push down as this will create air pockets in the oasis. Soak for 10 minutes or so, then remove from the water and cut a piece slightly smaller than your terracotta pot.
Wrap a piece of moss around the top half of the oasis brick and secure in place with moss pins. Push into the plant pot so the moss rises above the top of the pot.
Make a hole in the moss and oasis and push a candle holder into it. Put a candle in the holder, then arrange the moss so that it hides the candle holder. Cut three short lengths of rosemary and push into the oasis, through the moss. Repeat with the berries, to finish.