A tiered wood candle holder set DIY project just in time for autumn and the holiday season!
Rustic candle holders are popular. If you love the outdoors, these natural and rustic log candle holders are the perfect way to bring some of mother nature into your home.
Learn how to make this fabulous rustic decoration. By simply upcycling wood logs and adding tealight candles you can make this easy DIY wood candle holders project in about an hour. Best of all, the set of log candle holders cost practically nothing.
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To achieve a cozy, warm atmosphere in your home, learn how to make tiered candle holders by watching YouTuber Tim Rosanelli's video tutorial.
With autumn almost here, dress up your home with a set of three log candle holders.
And, nothing says holiday cheer quite like a candle. The warm glow of these wood candle holders will add something special to your holiday as a centerpiece on your Thanksgiving and Christmas table. Make an additional set of DIY wood candle holders to place on a coffee table or mantle with some greens or other decorations.
Need a quick gift idea? They make wonderful gifts.
GATHER MATERIAL & TOOLS NEEDED:
Logs or Large Tree Branches
1 1/2" Spade Drill Bit
Tea Lights (Battery Operated)
Then, watch Tim's video for instructions on how to complete the candle holders.
IMPORTANT: To avoid a fire hazzard please use battery-operated tealights, not candle tealights.
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