Birch Wood Tea Light Holders

5 Materials
30 Minutes

Hey Hometalk! Perfect for any season, these tea light holders are sure to spiffy up your decor. They’re inexpensive and oh so adorable! Take a look at how we easily made them in just a few steps-

Let's get started! Start with finding a birch branch of your desired length. Remember you’ll be dividing it into thirds!

Using a bandsaw, make one cut at your desired length. I made one small, one medium, and one large. I started with a 16” branch.

Then you're going to make another cut at your desired length.

Find the size spade-bit that fits your tea light. Ours is 1 3/8”.

Lastly, drill your birch to the depth of the tea light.

Now all you have to do is insert your tea light and enjoy!

Here is the finished product, how pretty are they? Check out how they look with my overall decor here!

Perfect decor for any style! Feel free to go take a look at what I do on my Instagram @ theflourishingfarmhouse

I hope you liked this tutorial!

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  • Christie Decker
    on Nov 10, 2019

    I'm glad to see this, I've been looking forward to doing something similar...I want the log to be on its side, and the candles down the length, to put on my table...I just need the bit to do it with and it will be done. Thanks for reminding me it is doable! Blessings!

  • Louise
    on Nov 10, 2019

    Hubby can do that bit for me :)

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