Baby Shower Glass Block Centerpiece

by | Aug 5, 2018

 

Baby Shower Glass Block Centerpiece

Decorating for a baby shower should be anything but stressful. With these DIY you can make a big statement with a small amount of effort.

Materials

Instructions

Short version: Place the pink mini lights inside the glass block. Place your centerpiece on top, and plug in the lights.

SHAZAAM! 

The Photos

Keeping a glass block in your hostessing closet is great for a variety of uses. Purchase them at a hobby and craft store instead of a construction store to save the trouble of drilling a hole. Crafter glass blocks also make nice vases when they aren’t full of lights!

Baby Shower Glass Block Centerpiece

 

Pink string lights can be used for birthdays, baby showers, and Valentine’s day.

Baby Shower Glass Block Centerpiece

 

Looking for other Baby Shower table decor?  Like the Baby Shower votive? See this blog post.

Baby Shower Glass Block Centerpiece

Baby Shower Glass Block Centerpiece
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