Forget Jack-O-Lanterns, now we have these very easy to make Jar-O-Lanterns. These are made (obviously) from old jars and some paint. Very quick to make and great for all ages. These would look fantastic lining a front porch or pathway.…
This easy tutorial explains how to use washi tape and basic candle making materials to create a mini soy candle that is perfect for your desk or as part of a gift.
Simple, quick and beautiful!
Get the details here …
This is a tutorial for a lovely homemade teacup candle.
It is made using a vintage style teacup & saucer from a charity/thrift shop and some old beeswax candles.
Sian used lavender oil & flowers for the scent and she …
Even though the image is not very good – the idea itself is great.
Craftbits.com has the instructions on how you can make a candle, using a plastic bag!
Go get the instructions at craftbits.com: plastic bag candles.…
In this guide from CraftFoxes, you’ll learn the best formula for making candles that burn evenly for hours.
This tutorial is pretty simple, with pictures for each step.
Get the details at craftfoxes: how to make pillar candles.…
Via Man-Made-DIY, comes this idea for guy-friendly candles for the man who doesn’t like floral smells. It is also a reusable candle.
Get the directions for these rustic candles here.…
The simplicity of these candle holders makes them quite attractive.
Made out of wood – these are simply sawed out of wooden clogs.
Get the instructions here (original site in German).…
SheKnows has a great tutorial on how to make your own soy candles. This tute was published last year, but only came across my desk now.
It is a great find – detailed and contains a video as well.
Love this idea from sugarandcloth.com. This adorable matchstick holder has a strike-able etched letter on the side. So much prettier than a box of matches sitting on the bench top.
These are laced cement votives that are perfect for summer nights. Cement is probably not the first thing you think of when making a votive – but this works great due to the lace.
Go check out these DIY laced …
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