Easy Candle Projects To Warm Up Your Home
Nothing is better for cozying up the home than candles. You'll be inspired to try these 12 easy projects to add warmth to your decor.
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Oyster shell candleholder
Photo credit: Completely Coastal
Finding enough oyster shells on the beach to make this stunning candle holder may seem daunting. Blogger Maya Nagel at the Completely Coastal website suggests collecting them from restaurants or an oyster factory, if there's one near you.
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Here is great example of how simple elements can make something so chic: These clothespin candleholders look sophisticated and are easy to make in multiples. Simply fasten the clothespins around the edge of a tuna can, add a glass votive to hold the candle and you're finished.
Tuna can candleholders
Photo credit: One Day of Peace
Another tuna-can-turned-art-project, these tuna can candleholders warm up wall space and add stunning sculptural elements to a room.
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Temporary, yes, but these apple candleholders are lovely for an autumn party and are simple to make.
Aromatic coffee bean candles
Photo credit: The Happy Housewife
A great gift for any coffee lover, these coffee bean candles will make the whole house smell like your favorite coffee house. They are easy to make and long-lasting.
Epsom salt votives
Photo credit: Crafts by Amanda
These beautiful Epsom salt votives are perfect for the winter months, but you can make them for any special occasion. Be aware, however, they tend to discolor over time and should be made within a week of intended use.
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