Candle Holders With Painted Lace

2 Materials
30 Minutes

I was inspired to make these candles holders after seeing something similar in a high end decor store. So after a little brain Storming, I came up with a dupe that I’m pretty happy with.

I really love the glow of these.

I started out with a few clear jars and vases of different sizes. When doing groupings of any kind, it’s best to do odd numbers of your items.

I had an old dress that I used for my lace pattern.

I cut two different sections so that I could have two different patterns.

Next I gave the jars a light spray of copper spray paint.

Once the paint dried, I wrapped the lace around the jar and sprayed with a gold spray paint.

I pulled the lace off and hello lovely!!!

I then repeated this technique on the other two jars.

I placed tea light candles in them and they are so pretty at night!!

I love the two different metallic colors. I think it gives them a nice depth.

I just can’t stop staring at them!! I hope you love them too!❤️

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  • Theresa Caneup Theresa Caneup on Oct 15, 2021



  • Mkb12478421 Mkb12478421 on Oct 19, 2021

    Cut the top of the jar off anywhere just before it slopes towards the narrowing ring attaching area. Glue the top under the bottom for a more open votive candle and a fancy bottom. The screw on twisty area can be covered with anything from rope to ribbon, etc. Sand the edges of cut glass.