Thursday, October 28, 2010

Twiggy Tealight Holder


With a chill settling in the air and our wood stove roaring once again, I was inspired to create some indoor woodland warmth.


To create these twiggy candle holders you will need

sticks ~ cut even lengths
moss ~ dried
glue gun
a glass tealight holder or an old glass



First take one of your cut sticks and glue it onto to your glass... continue to glue your sticks side by side until your glass is surrounded.  
Next cut your moss into a strip (as thin or wide as you desire) and glue on.



One more way to bring natures beauty into the home before a blanket of snow covers the ground (thinking of all you down under folks and wishing I could transport myself into your warmth during this coming winter ;)!


Light it up and let it glow!


Oh, the magic of candle light...


"At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person.
Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us".
 Albert Schweitzer 

In
Love and Light
~ Shanti ~

15 comments:

  1. Sweet, as always...makes me want to arrive on your doorstep with a bottle of wine. We met in late October and I always think of you at this time of year.

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  2. Beautiful! And so nice that it brought you back to your peaceful place!

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  3. Those are so superr cute! Would look so cute in my little Waldorf home!!! Thanks!!

    ~Samantha

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  4. LOVE this!! We sure have a lot of sticks... This is a great idea!

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  5. This is really sweet. I love anything with a woodsy motif...thank you for a great idea!

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  6. This is lovely. What a great project for the autumn. Our back garden is full of twigs! Thanks for sharing

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  7. What a beautiful idea, so effective. x

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  8. Very nicely done. The light that results is so golden, so palpable. What if we could have furnaces that were nothing more than very large things just like this? Then the house would be warm to both foot and eye.

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  9. Love these! What a great craft to involve everyone in. :-)

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  10. This is a wonderful project! Loving it!

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