Bring new atmosphere to your home décor to greet the autumn with these inspiring DIY candle project ideas. Prepare some think blankets, pajamas and warm light of chandeliers to you and your family members to against the windy and chilly weather. Here are the inspiring collections of DIY candle project to enliven and warm your home décor.
Easy DIY candle project ideas from Lidy represent the Easter festival celebration. The use of wooden accents make this design fit for any decoration and anytime all the year. The egg-shaped feature of the candle holder combines the use of subtle tone metallic blue with medium light woodsy hue. The combination can be switched with sparkling gold or rusty orange to have a new and refreshing look. It can be a timeless autumn-inspired holder of DIY candle project.
If you want to bring a hit for your holiday party, this inspiring poinsettia candle holders will be one of best ideas for you. This is Stephanie’s creation from Garden Therapy that will exude the leaf array with a colorful look. This DIY candle project is the transformation of the lovely traditional winter flowers with some mixed color of yellow, orange, and red petals to reflect the transforming leaves look. Let’s see another DIY candle project idea that comes from a crochet doile of Jaime’s project. It will amaze you with a dosage enchantment to irradiate your room with romantic dim lit. You can arrange and line a set of these delicate candle holders on your windowsills to create a unique and cozy lighting display, especially at night.
The DIY candle project ideas can be displayed in a sweet wedding party with the charm of sweet and dainty nature. Set and arrange them neatly on the table tops during the brunch or next lunch party. Mix their final look with some lovely floral décor that certainly will mesmerize your guests with a hit. To create a uniform and unified display, you can match these DIY teacup candles with your saucers or another DIY candle project. Those are some inspiring ideas to make your own DIY candle. It’s your turn!
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