Lantern candles are great ways to dress up any space in the home. They work whether you put them indoors or outdoors. Having the right lantern with the right amount of light can set the overall ambiance of a room. If you’re placing them outdoors, go for the brighter ones.
Of course, you’d need something to put those candles in. There are a lot of ready-made candle holders, some sold at $50 apiece. But instead of buying a lantern candle holder, why not make your own? With a DIY project, you get free rein on what you want to do with it – size, shape, and color. You can inject your own personality in the design.
This project is pretty simple and inexpensive. You would need a bit of wood working skills but it’s no rocket science. If you can’t operate an electric saw, ask for help. The bottomline is, this project is doable. So have fun making lantern candle holders!
- Gorilla glue
- Wood stain
- Measuring tape
- Round saw
- Electric drill
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You can get step-by-step instructions here…