Longer days, warmer weather, everything is perfect for the lovely, summer outdoors. After working on a candle catalogue production these last couple of days, I came up with an easy DIY project to share in Casa Haus. Being such a lighting fan (especially candle lighting), I’ve been pretty busy coming up with this easy tutorial.
I hope you enjoy it!
I love this DIY because it is really easy, and it’s just as good for both home and party decor. Plus, it’s eco-friendly. Win-win situation here!
So let’s start, shall we?
Here’s what you’ll need:
Clean and empty jars.
Tea or votive candles.
Metal wire (mine was 24 gage)
Cut 1 yard of wire and wrap it under the lip, forming a tight ring.
Twist the wire together to close the ring.
Twist all your way up.
Bend the twisted wire over the top forming a handle.
Carefully introduce the wire’s tip into the opposite side of the ring. This is a little tricky, since the ring must be tight, but be patient!
Bend the wire up and twist some more to finish.
This is an extra step, but it’s totally worth it. Hotglue flowers or foliage (artificial works just as good).
That’s it! Now just place the tea candle inside, and hang them around. I love the way they look in my parents’ garden.
Enjoy your week!
For those of you coming from Kate’s Spring/Summer link party, welcome! I hope you enjoy it around Casa Haus!!!