I also made one with a burlap bow
and then added peonies
The next project I want to share combines a piece of reclaimed barn wood,
three bed springs and three thrifted glass pieces.
All of these components came together to create a rustic votive candle holder.
You can use it to display a variety of things, like the dried hydrangeas in the photo
or even little nests made from moss with robins eggs in them.
The last project I'm going to share is a set of bed spring wall candle sconces.
They also combine reclaimed wood, bed springs and thrifted glass pieces.
The wood for this project was reclaimed from fence boards.
The boards have the original chippy red paint.
These work great as sconces holding candles,
and I think they would also look cute holding succulents too.
These were the last couple pieces of the fence boards.
I made fruit stand inspired signs from the rest of the fence boards.
You can see the signs here.
Maybe you have another idea on what these candle holders can be used for?
I'd love to hear your thoughts.
'til next time,