Did you know that you can make your own candle wicks with things you already have at home? In this short tutorial I’ll show you how to make your own DIY candle wicks with 100% cotton string!
Use your DIY cotton candle wicks for
DIY oil lamps or homemade candles. Cotton string candle wicks burn for a long time with a steady flame that doesn’t soot. Continue reading How To Make DIY Candle Wicks With Cotton String
Aren’t these icicle winter luminaries beautiful? They look great as christmas table decoration, on the window sill or as modern Advent wreath. The snow frosted candle holders are easy and quick to make with things you already have at home. And they’re a great holiday craft for kids because they’re made with natural “ingredients”. 😉
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Make beautiful snow covered candle jars with things you already have in your kitchen!
These jars look like they are covered with freshly fallen snow. You can use them as wintry luminaries or snow frosted vases. Snow covered mason jar oil lamps are an quick and easy holiday craft and great as last-minute Christmas gift!
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In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make romantic lace candle holders. This DIY tealight candle holder is great to use up small pieces of lace. And it’s very easy to make, even for a sewing beginner.
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In this tutorial I’ll show you how you can make an easy oil lamp with an empty tin can, some wire, cotton string and cooking oil.
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It was so much fun to make DIY ice candle holders for Christmas Eve that I made ice luminaries again for Three Kings Day. 😀
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In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make ice luminaries. They look lovely and are fun to make! 😀 Use them to light up your porch or the pathway to your house.
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Make a beautiful rustic wooden box centerpiece for your Christmas table. It’s fun to make and easier than it sounds! 😉
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Today is day 19 of my
Advent Calendar and I’ll show you how to make natural, Christmassy tin can candle holders with moss. You’ll just need three things: an empty tin can, moss and a candle – no glue or floral foam needed. Continue reading Moss Tin Can Candle Holder – Tutorial
This Christmas craft tutorial of my
Advent Calendar is a bit more complicated than the others but the outcome is totally worth it! 😀 In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make snowflake candle holders with paper snowflakes, mason jars and fake snow (salt). The snow mason jar looks beautiful on its own, but you can also group them together as centerpiece for your Christmas table, or make four fake snow candle holders as modern Advent wreath. Continue reading DIY Snowflake Mason Jar Candle Holder – Tutorial