We’ve finally had a couple of sunny and warmer days here that seem to be melting the snow. Unfortunately, the nights are still rather cold so everything freezes up causing rather dangerous conditions but maybe all of the melting means we’re finally going to get to see some green grass?
At any rate, I ran across this wonderful rustic candle holder tutorial for tea lights that I wanted to share. These are very easy diy candle holders that would look great this time of year or any, really. I could envision them used in a rustic wedding or a gathering of just a few friends on the patio. They’re very lovely. So here’s how you do them:
Birch wood is a nice to use but, you could probably use something like oak or cedar as well. I’m thinking of trying this with a bit of a different spin using the pre-cut thick slabs of wood and making several holes in one to create a larger tea light display. I absolutely love the versatility of this, and I can’t wait to try it out!
We also make those cute little tea light candles in various scents at www.everythingdawn.com. Grab a few and give your creation as a gift for a housewarming, Mothers’ Day, or a birthday. Anyone is sure to love this candle holder.