Here’s a super sly trick to keep the wax from adhering to the dish, thus ruining it: put about a centimeter of water in the bottom. It won’t disturb the candle and it will keep the wax from sealing tight.
4. Upside-down wine glass: A wine or champagne glass, flipped on its head, makes an elegant and unexpected candle display. The base is naturally inverted making it perfect to hold a tea light, which looks lovely suspended on the tall delicate stem. For extra pizzazz, add a pretty object underneath the glass. It’s like a miniature bell jar! Something like a big bright flower (no stem, just the bloom flush on the table), or a pine cone, or a sea shell.
5. Fruits and vegetables: Yes! This is such a sweet way to present tea lights as part of a table spread. Just cut out a hole in the top of an apple or orange or any other similar fruit. Use the unlit tea light to get the width and depth correct. The best part is that these will smell sweet, too! Or, make an artichoke tea light holder. Another way to use fruit: Austin handyman Walt and his design blogger wife Morgan of Casa Cullen featured a huge glass bowl full of apples with a chunky pillar candle lodged right in the middle. It's a statement piece that only requires a big glass bowl, apples, and a candle.
6. Also, check out these cool ideas posted on Hometalk.com:
Have you repurposed any strange items into candle holders? Please share your ideas in the comments!
Sayward Rebhal writes for Networx.com.View original post.
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