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11 DIY Bug Repellent Candles To Keep Insects Away

Planning an outdoor party? Or just like to stay outdoors and enjoy fresh air? Then you need to keep mosquitoes away not to get bitten! An easy and cool way to do that is to make bug repellent candles, which are not only great to keep the bugs away but also great for décor. The main component for such candles is citronella oil,... More

Cozy DIY Camp Mug Candle

Candles are always to the point but during cold seasons especially. They bring warmth and coziness to the space, and the design of the candle is also important. To make a cozy camp mug candle you’ll need a camp mug, candle wax, string, a button, a pencil, campfire fragrance oil. Thread your string through the two holes of the... More

DIY Hanging Lanterns With Candles

Hanging candles are very popular for indoors and outdoors – these are perfect lanterns, romantic and simple to make. You can easily make ones, you’ll need knitting yarn/sturdy thin rope, jam glasses, candles. Cut your rope into pieces, tie all the pieces into a knot. Pull tight and separate the rope pieces into pairs. Take... More

DIY Beach-Inspired Candle Lantern

Beaches and sea – that’s what inspire us these hot days! Let’s make a beach-inspired candle lantern, the supplies are a mason jar, Americana Decoupage, broken seashells or faux rock vase filler, a brush, twine, painters tape. To make the jars apply a generous amount of decoupage glue on the mason jar, working in sections.... More

DIY Easter Egg Votive Holders

Let’s make a piece that would highlight cozy atmosphere of the cute family holiday like Easter. These pretty egg votive holders will look amazing on your Easter mantel and table. The supplies are 20 gauge aluminum wire, glass beads, chenille stems, candle and the end caps. Place your glass bead onto the wire and curl the... More

DIY Hanging Candle Lanterns For Outdoors

It’s not too cold still for spending cool time outdoors. To create a cozy and comfortable atmosphere let’s make some simple lanterns for outdoors. You’ll need glass jars, twine, candles and scissors. First, tie a small piece of string around the rim of your jar. Then cut three pieces of string about 24 inches in length.... More

The Simplest DIY Fall Lantern Ever

This tutorial is about the easiest fall lantern that you could make. For this piece you’ll need some autumn leaves of various colors, a glass jar and a glue stick. Put glue on the outside of the jar and then on each leaf before you attach it to the jar; let dry. At the end light a tea light and put it inside the jar. Such a... More

DIY Candles Of Oranges With Oil

Candles are always great for any space as they make it warm and romantic. Is it real to make a DIY candle easily and fast? Sure! If you forgot to buy candles and a romantic dinner is to begin in a few minutes, here’s an idea. Take an orange, olive or vegetable oil, a serrated knife, a spoon and matches. Carefully cut the... More

Charming DIY Luminaries Covered With Tissues

Here are cool tissue covered luminaries that just caught my attention. They are definitely charming and could become a great addition to any interior. To make these charming luminaries you’ll need a ton of tissue medallions, simple glass vases, glue, a brush and candles. The idea is to glue tissues to the vase and put... More

DIY Wood Sticks Candle Holders

If you want to make a set of cute candle holders then here is a cool idea for you. Take several glasses of different size and cover them with wood sticks cut from dry tree branches. To do that use multi-purpose craft adhesive for wood and glass surfaces. To cut the sticks use simple garden pruners. Yes, it’s as simple as... More