DIY Christmas tea light holder #18

17 Responses

  1. DinjaDONUT says:

    It sounds easy to make and looks nice too!

  2. Florentine says:

    Oh wow I like this so much!!!

  3. Inge says:

    Maybe simple, but very fun!

  4. Morgaine says:

    Very nice, this week I kneaded and made a tea light holder from bread dough at work all by myself, hahaha I'm very curious to see what became of it after baking, whether it went well, I'll know on Thursday 😉

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  5. Northflix says:

    Nice and simple! I also love candles!

  6. Jeanine says:

    What a nice DIY. In my opinion you can never have enough candles. Real or fake.

  7. Michelle says:

    So nice that it is actually no longer necessary to buy ready-made tealight holders!

  8. They look very cheerful and festive

  9. M.Th. says:

    Created a beautiful atmosphere again with almost nothing, Els. Happy holidays, by the way, and we wish you a healthy and creative New Year.

  10. Mariska says:

    I can never think of such nice ideas myself, not difficult, not expensive and yet super nice results!

  11. daenelia says:

    Oh, washi tape over existing light holders, that's easy to remove too! Another reason to use those fake lights!

  12. Those fake candles are really an invention. Nice idea again.

  13. Petra says:

    Nice Els! And also ready in no time.

  14. Anita | Mindjoy says:

    Simple but again effective and attractive 😉

  15. Connie says:

    Nice, Els! Very atmospheric

  16. writingmonique says:

    How much fun! And three very different variants; you can go in so many directions!

  17. Marion says:

    How nice! I think the one with the Christmas trees and that bow is super cute. And it is indeed smart to use a fake candle.

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