DIY Candle Holder. That’s what we are talking today in the blog. A simple DIY candle holder at that which requires almost little to nothing if you live in a coastal town. Best part is, you can change the content around to suit your mood and season too. Ready?

A couple of months ago, I got two transparent glass vases, not more than 20 cm in height for 1.25$ from a nearby dollar shop, and they quickly turned out to be no favorite of mine. They are so bland that I didn’t know why I bough them to begin with. So when the electricity ditched us, I thought I’ll use them as candle holders. And that’s when I thought maybe I could turn them into a DIY candle holder. They are not completely useless!

Here’s what you’ll need to make your DIY Candle Holder

A small glass vase (You can use mason jars, colored glasses or anything of your choice)

Few Sea-Shells (You can also use some sand, colored pebbles, plain pebbles)

A tea light candle holder (Tin, small round ones, or anything that’s low in height and can be covered easily. If you are using sand, you can also try some larger ones and cover it with sand.)

One candle

All you need to do

Fix your candle on a tea light candle holder and place it inside the glass jar. Cover it with sea shells and pebbles.

Clap! Lights on!

Category : DIY

12 thoughts on “DIY:Make your own candle holder!”

  1. A very nice post indeed… add in a little bit water to that vase and see how the water reflections form on your walls… the candle effect just gets better…

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