Driftwood Candle Holder


This super easy (and cheap) DIY will be the perfect centerpiece for your mantle or dining room table! Especially great for a romantic Valentine's Day table centerpiece.
driftwood candle holder
Watch the video above to see how to make this cute driftwood candle holder. PS: Please subscribe to my Youtube channel! for more sweet DIY projects. (It totally makes me day) :D
driftwood candle holder
Find some chunky driftwood!
driftwood candle holder
Use a 1 1/2" drill bit, which is the perfect size for tea lights!
driftwood candle holder
Apply stead and even pressure.
driftwood candle holder
I love the different types of wood and the organic shapes.
driftwood candle holder
For safety make sure to only use candles with a metal casing for safety.
driftwood candle holder
Then just light and enjoy :)
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Have a question about this project?

3 questions
  • Teri Campbell
    on Jan 26, 2017

    How do you make sure that there aren't any little bugs living in the wood ?

  • Susan Susan
    on Jan 26, 2017

    What happens when the wick burns down to the wax saturated drift wood?

    • Bklyn Cowgirl
      on Feb 19, 2017

      As stated in the article, use candles that are in a metal casing. Every tea light that I've ever seen comes this way. Craft stores such as Michael's or Jo Anne's carry them. Dollar stores may have them as well.

  • Ray Loftus
    on Nov 21, 2017

    you could also line the hole with recycled aluminium drinks cans and use what ever candle you wanted?

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