Let’s get creative and make a summer candle holder DIY that you will love to use in your home. This candle holder diy is so simple! They are like the ones that we all love from Pottery Barn that will give our homes an organic, summery feel! Don’t you love candle glow? I sure do!!! So, if you are like me and love how lighting a candle can give a whole room instant ambiance, then I have an insanely easy and inexpensive and very beach chic diy for you!!!!
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I love when the idea in my mind comes out even better than I expected! This candle holder diy has lots of texture and can be left plain or embellished for a nod to the season. These pretty ones were decorated with a summery feel!
HOW TO MAKE ROPE WRAPPED CANDLE HOLDER DIY
This candle holder diy could not be easier! Even if you are not crafty, you can make a rope wrapped candle holders!
Once I gathered up everything to make these candle holders, they took about 20 minutes to make. And the finished product was so attractive.
Materials And Instructions
- Here’s what you will need for this candle holder DIY
- glass cylinder- see them HERE or get them at the Dollar Store
- jute cord- see the ROPE HERE
- hot glue gun and hot glue
- any embellishment- see my STARFISH HERE
2. Using hot glue, adhere the rope to the bottom front of the glass cylinder.
4. Wrap the rope around the cylinder about one third the way up from the bottom. Cut and glue the rope to the cylinder to finish.
5. Hot glue a beach element to the front of the cylinder.
6. Make a couple more candles.
This candle holder DIY is definitely an easy way to add a lot of summery interest and texture to your decor. These candle holders would also make an nice gift.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of hot glue gun should I use for this project?
Use a hot temperature hot glue gun to ensure the rope will stick to the glass cylinder.
How many candle holders should I make?
Make at least two candle holders. You can put them on either side of a centerpiece, or a mantel or put them side by side for an attractive look.
What else could I put in a rope wrapped candle holder?
Good question. Adding sand to a candle holder and topping that off with a votive candle would look nice. Also, the candle holder could be used as a vase for flowers, or put succulents in the candle holder and make a terrarium. It can also be used to store pencils, pens, and paint brushes and for a lovely look add fairy light to the candleholder.