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DIY candle holders from wooden furniture legs

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Materials

  • Wooden furniture legs
  • Can of Rust-Oleum Spray paint in the color of your choice
  • Rust-Oleum Spray on sealant
  • Electric Drill and wooden 20mm drill-bit
  • A dinner candle
  • Wood filler and sanding paper (optional)

Description

These DIY candle holders will make a great gift for mother’s day or a special someone. I demonstrated this step by step tutorial at a recent Rust-Oleum spray paint workshop and it was a hit.

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Cost
2 hoursDifficultyMedium

Step 1: Drilling a hole for the candle to fit

Using the electric drill, drill a hole using the 20mm wooden drill bit at the bottom of the leg. If you have not used a drill before, ask someone who knows how to as this part is the trickiest.

Step 2: Refine and spray-paint

Using some wood filler and sandpaper, neaten up the table feet from imperfections. Spray-paint the candle holders using the Rust-Oleum spray paint. I used some of their amazing chalk paint. Afterwards I sealed the furniture legs using the Rust-Oleum Spray on sealant.

Step 3: Use your candles

Place the candles in the holes and enjoy your new and pretty candle holders.

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