Candle Light….a must for any season!

I love candles these are a few options I made.

  1. Mason jar wrapped in Birch bark with a small pillar candle.
  2. Mason jar filled with water and lined Hosta leaves with a tea light floating in it!
  3. A 3×3 pillar candle wrapped with birch bark, I finished this by painting it in hot wax

Moss votive jars

Mossy votives: twine, mason jar, moss and a votive

  1. Wrap the rim of the jar with twine and tie into a loose bow
  2. Add votive
  3. Surround the base of the votive with moss

I love these romantic hanging votive holders

  • You can put all sorts of candles in these wonderful hanging wire baskets, they are from www.zentiques.com 

 

I love these they are so crisp looking. I think this is a neat blog too…click the link below to see more.

 www.thesweetestoccasion.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/diy-mason-jar-lanterns.jpg 

Epsom Salt Votive Holder

These are great for weddings! Check out the how to below…

http://craftsbyamanda.com/2010/12/epsom-salt-luminaries-some-winter.html 

This is a fun project if you like wine…great reason to drink! Click below to find out how to make it.

http://www.twotwenty-one.com/2011/08/wine-cork-candle-holder.html

Have fun adding light and sparkle to your home, deck, porch or garden! If you like this post please let us know. We love hearing from you.

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Have a great weekend.

Celia

5 comments

  1. Hmm it seems like your site ate my first comment (it was super long) so
    I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any recommendations for beginner blog writers? I’d certainly appreciate it.

    • I think the most important thing is to blog at least once a week! I took a New York Times online class it was a big help.
      Best of luck can’t wait to see what you do.
      Celia

  2. framedfrosting

    I’ve never thought about putting hosta leaves in water like that and making them into tealights — so smart & pretty!

    I’m hosting a crafting link party today and the featured supply this week is mason jars. This project would fit in perfectly! I’d love for you to link it up here.

    Danielle at Framed Frosting

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