DIY: Candle Holders

There are so many cool candle holders out there. And sure you could buy some really expensive ones, but the options for making them are extensive. You can be really proud of what you make and lend an air of craftiness to your room! The image heading this post are concrete candle holders via monster service and I’m so eager to try it out!

via A Beautiful Mess
via A Beautiful Mess

Another simple way to turn simple votives into something a little more beautiful is the tutorial found here. Using simple balsa wood and the color block trend, you can make awesome candle holders with very little skills and very little money.

via Oleadander and Palm
via Oleadander and Palm

If you want to get a bit more naturalist, you can make birchwood votive holders from the tutorial found here. Recycling nature  is a chic and green way to illuminate your room.

via Etsy Blog
via Etsy Blog

If you’re a little bit tree hugger but a little bit preppy, these gold dipped wood candle holders might be for you. The Etsy Blog teaches you how to simply carve out a space for a tea light and turn these natural pieces chic.

via Homey Oh My
via Homey Oh My

If you have a more manufactured look going on, you can try out the dotted candle holders found here. You can coordinate colors and sizes to make these visually interesting and while matching your room.

via Sweet Paul Magazine
via Sweet Paul Magazine

The last tutorial, found here, is such a cool idea! Just by printing out images of your favorite sky-scrapers and wrapping them around a votive, you can have a very modern and clean look. Grouping these together could have a great look, a mini city in your space.

Let me know if you try any of these tutorials and what comes out the best!

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