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    • Rebecca Londono

      How easy is this? Glue sticks to candle holders! Awesome DIY project

    • Kathy Adkins Avon Beauty At Any Age!

      22 Fall Wood Crafts: Twigs and Branches Materials: candle holder with flat sides (any size); craft adhesive– multi-purpose for wood and glass surfaces; garden pruners; dry tree or shrub branches. Step 1. Wash the candle holder with dish soap and dry well. Cut branches close to height of candle holder. Step 2. Dab the glue on a stick making sure to hit the areas that will be flush to the glass. Place on the glass. Do a few at a time & hold until they won’t slide off before B4 doing more.

    • Jacqueline Charrier

      tree branch candle holder

    • Ginger Winchester

      23 Creative Craft Ideas How To Use Tree Branch

    • Amanda Quinlan

      DIY fall candle holders - take glass tea light holders from Dollarama and glue some sticks on it...voila!

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