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Step 1 | Gathering Your Supplies | How-To: Make a Woodland Candle Holder

Here is the first step in our guide on how to make a woodland candle holder. You'll learn what supplies you need in order to begin building the holder.

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homemade woodland candle holder How To:
Make a Woodland Candle Holder

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
by: Leah Kerkman | Log Home Design
   

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
Candle holder suppliesWhat You'll Need:

An assortment of botanicals. Small leaves, ferns and pressed flowers all work great. (free)

Scissors.

Assorted tissue paper. Light colors work best. ($1.99 for a package)

Decoupaging glue. We used Mod Podge. ($2.89 for 8 ounces)

Plastic container for glue. (50 cents)

Foam brush. (40 cents)

Glass container. (99 cents)

— Tea light. (99 cents will get you a bunch.)


What You'll Need Determining Design Gluing the Botanicals Finishing Touches
wreath supplies prep the wreath design the wreath hanging a wreath


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