ideas for non--workable flameless candle holders
Hi Coleen: Do you have any pictures? Do you think you could incorporate some of those little battery operated tea candles into your candle holders?
You could try putting a battery-operated tea light in it and still use it as a candle.
Hello. Agree with Ann —my response would be to put a smaller battery operated tea light inside the larger candle pillar. Hope you find the perfect solution. Sometimes it’s easier just to replace them. I know I got mine at Costco and I think they’re on sale right now 5 for $20. If they still come with batteries it’s quite a value.
What size and shape are your candle holders, and what are they made out of?
Please post a picture so that we can see what you have to work with.
Sorry, I'm a little confused by your question. Are you looking to find uses for a candle holder that also has a broken flameless candle in it. (like a lantern)? What type of candle holder...pillar, tea light holder? If so, Can you take the broken flameless candle part out?
I agree with K Rupp, confused as well. Are you talking about the candle holder such as a glass container, pillar made of plastic or another material such as paper wrapped around a tea light...? Or are you asking about the actual plastic light that does not work?
Here's some re-purposes for candle holders:
Or maybe turn them upside down and use them as stair steps in a plant arrangement:
Hi, here are some little Jack-O-Lanterns I made from flameless candles... https://www.recreateddesigns.com/2019/10/easy-halloween-decor-upcycle-ikea-lantern/
How many are you talking about?
I don't know what kind of candle but I did find this video that could help repair it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2brB06NwzM
I rarely use my flameless candles but I have them in decor. To me, they are a pain to go around turning on and only 1 set has a remote. So I would say decorate as if they are working.
REcycle dead ones if they can't be fixed.
Colour the pretend flames with Sharpie Coloured pens to look as if they were on, then use as normal. Have fun!
Hi Colleen, maybe some flameless tealights inside them? Or just use them as decor, as some people do.
You could just use them without the lights or add twinkle lights to it