This project is so simple it doesn’t even come with a tutorial. Simply use hot glue to write the word “love” on to the glass jar, spray paint it. Then embellish with ribbon, tulle and rhinestones. So simple but effectively …
This one is so easy you are probably kicking yourself for not thinking of it first. It’s rustic, its’ adorable, it’s romantic, it has Valentine’s days all over it. Check out more great photos and the tutorial from LemonTreeDwelling.…
Use Printed napkins to create these embellished transfer candles. Perfect for gift giving or romantic nights in. For the full tutorial visit this Candle Transfer Project.
This project is borrowed from Christmas time, but it is perfect for Valentines Day too. Everyone loves Candles! (Don’t they?). You can collect some simple ceramic pots and make your own candles or even be super lazy and pick up …
Mason Jar’s are still fighting strong when it comes to Crafting trends. It is easy to see why when you look at beautiful, simple ,rustic creations like these. The Mason jars have been painted for a pastel effect making them …
There is something about New Years Eve that allows us to bring out the glitter and pour it onto everything! So it’s only natural that we should add some to candles too right? Use adhesive numbers to create the year …
Sit down with a glass of champagne and some thumbtacks and get busy making these adorable Candles for New Year’s Eve. (Note to self) These would make a wonderful hostess gift. Simple to make, a little tedious but well worth …
I can’t make my mind up if 13 is bad luck or good luck. What do you think ? Maybe I am playing with fate when I post this top 13 Thanksgiving Candle Ideas by AcultivatedNest.com but they are …
Mixture of candles on a cake plate make a lovely display.
Glue dried leaves onto glassware to create this natural effect.
This wood box of candles creates a lovely effect.
Display candles in concrete pillars for a dramatic modern effect. …
What a clever idea!
It’s the easiest way to create your own DIY photo stands. All you need are some candles and a craft knife.
Get more details about this clever fix at hometreeatlas: DIY Candle Photo Stands.…
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