Happy Thursday Friends!
One of my favorite projects from this summer are the candlesticks I made for a few of my vintage sales.
Vintage thrifted wood candlesticks
I used Rust- Oleum chalk paint in Linen White & Serenity Blue.
Using E6000 I glued each pair of candlesticks together.
I also used the E6000 glue to attach a glass votive and vintage aluminum pans to the top of each candlestick to hold each candle.
I had to keep a set for myself and now they are one of my favorite things in my living room.
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15 thoughts on “DIY Candlesticks”
These candlesticks are awesome! Thanks for sharing this at The Creative Circle.
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These candlesticks are beautiful. A grouping of these types of tall candlesticks would cost a couple hundred dollars. What a great DIY project. They turned out very nice.
These are lovely, thanks for sharing them at Waste Not Wednesday Link Party!
…putting two candle sticks together to make one big one?!…mind blown! This is an awesome idea. I always see these style of candle sticks at my local thrift store and now I know what I’m doing next!
Thanks for the inspiration!
Kate | TheOrganizedDream.com
Love everything about these candle sticks! They would look great by my fireplace! Thanks for the idea 🙂
What a great idea! I love the colours that you chose!