Today I am going to show you how to create an easy and stylish DIY driftwood candle holder. With only a handful of materials this DIY is super simple and would add a nice coastal touch to a tablescape or could be a sweet gift. Please keep in mind that driftwood is flammable so never leave your candles unattended! Read on below to learn how to make this driftwood candle holder.
What You Need To Create Driftwood Candle Holders:
Try to find driftwood that is flat so that your candles do not roll around. I purchased driftwood from online but if you live near a beach, it would add a nice personal touch to find the driftwood yourself. I painted my driftwood pieces with simple geometric designs to add a bit of color and contrast.
Use an awl to carefully create a small hole for your candle. Make sure to choose a thicker section of the driftwood so your candle will have support. If you do not plan on using your driftwood candle more than once you can add a bit of hot glue to the bottom of your candle for extra support.
And there you have it! In just a few short steps you have a unique and coastal DIY driftwood candle holder!
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Photography + Styling: Gillian Ellis Photography // Driftwood c/o: Cereus Art // Paint // Taper Candles // Awl