This one is great, you can use it for really whatever you'd like, but I figured they make the perfect fit for candles or a small plant- like a succulent! Here's what I did.
Farmhouse Succulent or Candle Holders
First, grad the wood piece you'd like to use.
I cut mine in to 3 different sizes for some variety. ( 5", 8", and 10") Then I stained them each a nice dark walnut color.
Next I use my 2" bit to drill a recessed hole to the tops of each. This little space will hold my succulents. I went about an inch and a 1/2 deep.
I added Spanish moss and hot glued the artificial succulents in the little space I made for them. I then distressed the edges with sand paper and added twine for a little visual interest.
Here are a few others I did you can also use with votive and make candle holders. I also used some real succulents in a few of them, really this can be used in many ways!
If you make a set of them, they look great stacked up as home decor, for that farmhouse rustic charm!
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Kim on Nov 08, 2020
@Shelly thank you so much for your beautiful idea! To ea of their own. If some one would have done whatever, because, then so be it. I love your idea! I have tons of scrap wood and stacks of this and that every where. So great idea for using up a couple more of my pieces. I love farm house style, so I believe I’ll keep the twine idea instead of the rope nautical idea. These are so cute!