Tealight in Glass and Driftwood Mediterranean, Sold at Anthropologie.

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$4
4 Hours
Easy
Tealight made from a transparent glass and small driftwood branches, embellished with hemp twine, for a zen and soothing decoration. Candlestick, pencil pot for the office or toothbrush pot for the bathroom, the driftwood is very beautiful and very suitable for decoration, both modern and ecological, it will add a warm touch and rustic to your interior.
We can afford this candlestick that evokes nature, the sea, which makes Zen but that will cost a bit expensive or take a walk in the forest and bring wood. That's why I offer you a tutorial to make one at the price of glass and wood glue.
This is my third challenge of the week: Tealight in glass and driftwood Mediterranean, sold at Anthropologie.

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First clean, brush the wood, let it soak in bleached water, brush each branch bleached.
Well let them dry.
Using the pliers, cut stems a little longer than the height of the glass and sand the ends.
Bring a tube of super glue and glue the glass little by little by placing a branch each time, do this vertically, the glass placed on a flat surface that no branch exceeds the base of the glass.
Make the round and knot the hemp around the glass surrounded by branches, correct some that the whole is not twisted but harmonious while remaining natural.
We varnish the butterfly and glue it to the top of a branch
Tealight in glass and driftwood? pencil jar
The feathered bird is likewise
That's it, upcycled wood and glass that will look great on your desk in pencil jar, or in your bathroom or tealight in your living room.

DIMENSIONS:
- height: 12 cm
- base: 9 cm (diameter)

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