Autumn Decor with Natural Elements & Flameless Candles

I think I could do a fall and autumn decor post every single day!  I just {love} decorating for the season — and, of course, sharing those ideas with all of you.  This year, I decided to try and incorporate more flameless candles into my decor.  At BlogHer, Energizer  previewed their new Flameless Candles.  Actually, one night I came back to my room to find one of their new candles nicely packaged with the batteries included.  How lovely was that gesture?

Here are a couple cool features about these new candles:  They have auto shut-off at 4, 6 or 8 hours -and- the three true flame LEDs create a realistic flicker pattern that does not repeat for up to 72 hours!  They’re powered with 4 AA Engergizer batteries (that are not included with purchase) that provide 800 hours of that added ambiance!  Pretty fantastic…. and, of course, we can’t leave out the safety factor.  With children or furry friends, these candles give a mommy (and daddy) peace of mind.

Below are a few pics of how I put mine to use, not having to worry about dripping wax or potential fires while using natural elements as accent pieces.

FABULOUS NEWS!!
I contacted Energizer and they’re willing to give TWO of my readers a
complimentary 3×4 Flameless Candles with a pack of 4 AA Energizer Batteries!
>>>>>>>  A VALUE OF $25.00  <<<<<<<

TO ENTER:
Mandatory Entry:
Visit Energizer and leave a comment telling me what your favorite flameless candle is.
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Optional entries:
Tweet the following (and leave a comment letting me know you did) ——->  I just entered to win an @energizer #flameless candle @livelaughrowe!  Have you entered this fabulous #giveaway? http://wp.me/p2p9Jv-22x.
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Please note this is only open to residents of the U.S.
Ends on Friday, October 5, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. (CST)
These flameless candles are now available at Amazon.com.
They’d great gifts too!  Christmas is right around the corner, ya know?

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Comments

  1. Claire says

    My favourite candle would be the beeswax, so versatile you could put it anywhere !

    Thanks for organising this giveaway :)

    Claire x

  2. Kristine says

    I love the ivory pillar candle. It is a basic candle that I can leave out all year long. Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Kristine! Congrats, you’re one of the winners! Please e-mail me at Kelly at livelaughrowe dot com within the next 48 hours to claim your prize. Congrats again!

  3. says

    WAY cool- I love those. I think I might need to pick some up. Being married to a fire chief – fire safety is always a top concern.

  4. Carol in E TN says

    My favorite candle is the 3×4″ celery green! Love it! Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Gena in Texas says

    Great giveaway as I love candles and these would be safe around decorations. I like the 3X4 Beeswax candle.

  6. Renee Richardson says

    I really like the Pillar Flameless Wax Candles with Realistic Flicker in red. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  7. says

    I love the safety factor of flameless candles too, I really enjoy the scented candles though.
    Love the vignette you created with them!!
    Debbie :)

  8. says

    Fall and autumn are definitely the best times to gather all the decorations on the attic and start rearranging the whole design of the house. There seems to be something in this season that makes people quite a bit more sentimental yet hopeful deep inside. You do have a talent for decorating. Those pictures look amazingly beautiful. I love what you did with the glass vase and dried pine cone. But of course, any decoration for fall and autumn just would not be complete without a flameless wax candle, right?

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