DIY Dollar Tree Candleholders
Hey there friends!
I have another quick Dollar Tree DIY for you all today. I happened to stop by Dollar Tree the the other day and came across both sets of candleholders below.
One is a stemless candleholder, part of their Harvest collection. And the other are tall clear glass tea light holders.
Individually they are not much, but I had an idea of combining them, changing their color and even adding a little bit of farmhouse “bling” to them to make them a little more interesting.
If you are looking for a simple and inexpensive centerpiece or something for a shelf or side table this DIY is for you.
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Here is what I used:
- 3 Dollar Tree Stemless Harvest Candle Holders
- 3 Tall Clear Glass Tea Light Holders
- Spray Paint (I used this one that I had on hand)
- Wooden Beads ( I get mine at Michaels)
- Bakers Twine
- Floral wire
- HomeRight Spray Shelter (optional)
- E6000 Glue
*As always the video tutorial can be found at then end of this blog post or you can see it on my Youtube channel.*
First thing I did was spray paint the tall tea light holders. This is completely up to you. You can leave as is or paint whatever color you desire. I just happened to have a Satin black spray paint so I used that.
Next I strung 11 beads onto twine and did this 5 times. I made sure to leave some extra string on either end.
Next I strung 22 beads on some twine and tied the ends to make a circle.
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Next I took some floral wire and did the same. I used 28 beads this time, tied the ends and cut off the excess.
This is what you should have now.
Next I took the large wire circle and I began to attach the small strings of beads evenly spaced throughout.
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Once that was done, I took the large candle holder and placed it upside down in the wire circle, added the smaller circle on the bottom of the candleholder and began attaching the other ends of the strings (evenly spacing them out as well).
Once that is complete, all that is left is to glue the black tea light candleholder to the bottom of the large candle holder by using E6000 and then flipping it over. You also have the option of not gluing it so you don’t make it a permanent hold.
And that’s pretty much it!
You can leave them without the beads or make beads for all of them. I love them both ways actually.
I love how easy they were to make and how elegant they look.
Let me know what you think about these!
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I will see you all again soon!
Thank you! So happy you liked it!