8 Easy DIY Incense Holders For Aroma Addicts

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Incense is aromatic biotic material that releases fragrant smoke when burnt. Incense is used for aesthetic reasons, and in therapy, meditation, and ceremony. If you love incense, if you often use such sticks, you’ll need a holder to keep them in place. I’ve prepared some quick and easy DIYs for those of you who love cool aromas, let’s start!

Winter is about snuggling by the heater under warm blankets with candles or incense burning in the background. The heavenly scents help me to unwind after a long day at work, and incense holders are so easy to make that there’s no excuse not to have a stick or two burning away while you cozy up and get stuck into that good book. Make your own DIY incense holder and enjoy amazing scents feeling cozy.

DIY spotted air dry clay incense holder (via www.curbly.com)

DIY spotted air dry clay incense holder (via www.curbly.com)

The smell of incense will fill your home making it a more welcoming space to be. This project will tell you how to make cool incense holder or paperweight, which looks very edgy – it’s faceted and geometric, which is a hot trend right now. Read how to make if of air dry clay and go!

DIY air dry clay faceted incense holder (via www.burkatron.com)

DIY air dry clay faceted incense holder (via www.burkatron.com)

Lighting candles and burning incense is a great idea to cozy up the space, it’s essential for winter. This oven-bake clay incense holder is an easy way to keep even your smallest home accessories looking good as they sit out on your desktop! The terrazzo element is a gorgeous idea – it’s a hot trend in home decor. These have a lovely minimalist shape that make them easy to stack and store when not in use or to give to a friend as a housewarming present with your favorite type of incense.

DIY pink terrazzo style clay incense holder (via abeautifulmess.com)

DIY pink terrazzo style clay incense holder (via abeautifulmess.com)

Burning incense is an awesome way to create a calming atmosphere inside your home. Incense produces scents that have aromatherapy qualities and it is extremely relaxing just to watch it burn as the thin stream of smoke spirals into the air and then disperses. This tutorial will tell you how to make a cool incense holder of a wood slice, it’s a cute rustic option, get inspired!

DIY rustic wooden slice incense holder (via blog.freepeople.com)

DIY rustic wooden slice incense holder (via blog.freepeople.com)

These little incense holders are great for fall or spring – these are leaves! The holders are made of air dry clay and leaves that have linings – the tutorial is super easy and fast. Paint the leaves in the colors you like – gold and burgundy for fall or fresh green and gold for spring. Get inspired and make some!

DIY cute leaf incense holder (via enthrallinggumption.com)

DIY cute leaf incense holder (via enthrallinggumption.com)

If you need a stylish and simple modern incense holder, make it of air dry clay giving it a geometric look. This simple and little holder made of air dry clay is a very easy piece decorated with a usual craft knife. Such a piece will be a nice idea not only for you own home, it will be a cute housewarming gift, too. Enjoy!

DIY geometric air dry clay incense holder (via fallfordiy.com)

DIY geometric air dry clay incense holder (via fallfordiy.com)

A wooden bead can easily hold an incense stick but it’s not that stable and not catchy at all. This tutorial will tell you how to update such a holder, how to attach a wooden bead to a terrazzo plate made of air dry clay. Craft the dish first and then attach a bead to it or even make a bead of airy dry clay, too! Read the project and enjoy!

DIY terrazzo clay plate and wooden bead incense holder (via blissmakes.com)

DIY terrazzo clay plate and wooden bead incense holder (via blissmakes.com)

An air dry clay incense holder is a nice idea for any home, and you may decorate it in various ways. This tutorial will tell you how to make a holder for a single stick and how to decorate it with vintage buttons and patterns created with a craft knife. Paint it as you like or leave it just like that and enjoy!

DIY patterned air dry clay incense holder (via journeycreativity.blogspot.com)

DIY patterned air dry clay incense holder (via journeycreativity.blogspot.com)