Warm your home with DIY chai candles in canning jars, using natural soy wax and a delicate ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg scents.

Warm your home with DIY chai candles in canning jars, using natural soy wax and a delicate ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg scents.

DIY Chai Candles | HelloNatural.co ~ These DIY chai candles in canning jars are a pretty, natural way to bring some autumn cheer inside. They are delicately scented with baking spices – ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg – that will warm your home More

DIY coffee-scented candles pour beans (the cheaper, the better) into a small glass jar; just leave a quarter-inch of space on the top, then nestle a vanilla tealight in snugly. smells like a fresh pot of vanilla coffee — even after the candles are out.

Life with Fingerprints: Use glue dots and add glitter to Ikea candles, spray paint Ikea candle holders

Life with Fingerprints: Use glue dots and add glitter to Ikea candles, spray paint Ikea candle holders

candle landscape : DIY candle jar silhouette that will look amazing when illuminated at night. ~ RB: I would place etched glass snowflakes above the silhouette (with glass etching cream) and then stick the silhouette down with rubber cement or mod podge.

A nice inspiration with this candle holder made from a piece of Birch wood. We do not have the instructions, but it does not seems so difficult to make! On our to-do list :) [symple_toggle title="More information" state="closed"] Website: Kirstie…

Start by cutting around 50 lengths of wire, and begin wrapping the edges of a few pieces of wire around the base of a candle to form a spiral that will hold the candle in place. Make as many spirals as you like depending on how many candles you would like your tree to hold. Twist the remaining pieces of wire together to form tree branches, and then wrap all the wires together to form your tree trunk leaving around three or four inches at the end to make the tree roots.

Start by cutting around 50 lengths of wire, and begin wrapping the edges of a few pieces of wire around the base of a candle to form a spiral that will hold the candle in place. Make as many spirals as you like depending on how many candles you would like your tree to hold. Twist the remaining pieces of wire together to form tree branches, and then wrap all the wires together to form your tree trunk leaving around three or four inches at the end to make the tree roots.

Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Search