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DIY Illustrated Candle Holder Covers

Candles are welcome on every table as a centerpiece or just as a decoration on your mantel or coffee table. Let’s make some candle holder covers in the spirit of this season. You’ll need an A4 sheet, scissors, single-side tape and candle holders of glass. Download the image of the winter scenery and print it on a regular A4 sheet. Cut inside the yellow lines, and secure with transparent tape where the edges meet.  If you have some time, take an X-acto knife and cut out the white triangles for the light to shine through. Put the tealights inside and burn them; enjoy the wintry atmosphere created!

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