6 Easy (and affordable) DIY candle holder projects for your wedding (or home!)



While I couldn’t find the instructions for this gorgeous diy, I think they go a little something like this…. Save your old tins, use a dymo label machine to add lettering, buy or forage for some sphagnum moss and stick a candle in it! Booyah! This image was discovered over at the divine Vintage House (if you love rustic interiors you will LOVE this site!)



This is such a simple idea and a quick trip to Bunnings will have you sorted in no time! While I’m not sure about having these on your table (especially if you have table cloths and rowdy guests who might knock them over) they are great for the low traffic areas and when it comes to displaying them I say the more the merrier (one alone might look a bit odd) Just saying. This fab (and EASY!) idea was found over at IDA Interior Lifestyle.



Apologies for the image quality, and sadly no link to apparently a spammy website but I think we (even me) could master this one without any further instruction.  Glue, a glass, garden snips and some twigs or driftwood and bob’s your uncle! I am going to give this idea a go using bigger pieces to cover a plastic outdoor pot!



It is possible that I have featured this diy before!? Found over at Trendenser this easy idea would make very cool table numbers and you can mix up the candle colours, twine and how you add the numbers (decals or labels would be cool too) to personlise it for your big day. LOVE.



Any diy that involves concrete, I am up for the challenge. You will need to get google to translate this tutorial for you over at Evenyaru but it is well worth it to create some very unique tea light holders for your big day and beyond!

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These very cool branch tea light holders would be super easy to make with the right tools (finally a decent excuse for hubby to invest in the ‘renovator’ tool!) Discovered over at beautiful blog Oleander & Palm these would look perfect inside or out and you can pick up big bags of tealights at the Warehouse. Tip: If you want to make sure your tealights last all night invest some more money for the longer burning variety, will save you running about replacing them!

What are your plans for the weekend beautiful people? Any diy projects on the cards? I would love to hear about it in the comments below! xox

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