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    Join Date
    Jun 2011

    Lightbulb Homemade Candle Stand or Candle Holder

    I know this is going to be a very good recycling process specially for the people in Pakistan as because of load shedding want to lit up candles with styles. People want to decorate their houses with in less budget and tight economy as well. Now here its is that you can make two candle holders from apiece from a used bottle!

    Materials Required:

    1. Soda Bottle
    2. Knife / Cutter
    3. Scissors
    4. Paint
    5. Ribbon / Colorful Thread
    6. Some Silk flowers
    7. Some Dried flowers

    Take the paper tag off from the bottle.
    You can see a connection of the lowermost of the bottle with swishes equal icicles lynching down. Carefully cut it with the knife or any cutter along the apex of this line, and then use scissors to puddle a fine straight edge on all sides. Well about the lower section, leave to be used as a candle cup. Makeup or paint it in prosperous impact like in golden color and when dry, coating the icicles hanging down. Insert a candle finalize this candle holder making process and then put it in a glass candle votive.
    Attachment 28

    On the apex part, search the line or series with swishes moving up. Cut around that line with the knife or cutter and then use scissors to represent an alright continuous bounds or fine edges on all sides. Paint with the golden color or any variety coating then let it dry. Tie a gorgeous ribbon or colourful thread at the neck in a bow conformation and insert some dry flowers and silk flowers as well to make it look nice, beautiful and eye-catching. Now your two candle holders recycled from waste material and reborn into riches more to say like treasure!

    Caution: Never ever leave your children alone with candles and don’t overlook a burning candle it will be a dangerous. Don’t play with fire and please use candles carefully!

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    Attachment 47
    Glass jars:
    The mouth of the jar just needs to be big enough so a tea light candle can fit through it. Think jelly, baby food or salsa jars.
    Big bag of beads:
    Look for a bonus bag of multicolored ones.
    Tea light candles:
    Scented if you're trying to create a mood, plain if you'll be using your jars on the dinner table. Nobody wants their green beans tasting like a floral meadow!

    Hard candy:
    Pick up big bags of striped peppermints at the dollar store. Buy an extra bag for yourself!

    Raid the craft box for ribbon in festive holiday colors or pick up a couple of spools while you're at the dollar store. While you're there, be on the look out for foam holiday stickers or other fancy embellishments for your candles.
    Hot glue gun and glue sticks:
    Remember, kids and hot glue don't mix, so make sure you do all the gluing!

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