DIY Laced Candle Holder

One of the simplest ways to make a space timely yet at the same time, give it a vintage feel is through this dainty laced candle holder! :) Back in the days, there was no means of electricity and only candles give light at night. I think that's very lovely though a bit dangerous because it can cause fire. But since we're now living in a modern world, candle holders are commonly used as displays for one's home. This laced candle holder can be used as a center piece in a coffee table when grouped into three or more! It can also be used in one's bathroom if scented candles are used!

Follow the instructions below or just look at the photos because I promise you that this is very easy to make!

What you'll need:
-An old jar (clean it first before using for this project!)
- Lace fabric
- Lace ribbon
- Glue gun
- Scissors


1. Lay the lace fabric flat on the table. Then measure how much lace you'll be using and cut it.
2. Vertically stick it using a glue gun first. This way, it'll be easier and much cleaner.

3. Then stick the bottom part.

4. For the top part of the jar, fold the excess lace then cut. Be sure to do that before sticking it!

5. Lastly, place a lace ribbon at the top part of the jar and you're done!

This is how it will look like under an artificial light at home without candle light. You can add beads and ribbons if you like.

And this is how it will look like when the candle is lighted and the lights are off!

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  1. Very cute idea! Loving this DIY :)

  2. it's so beautiful and great idea! ;)

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  3. Beautiful idea!! Lovely candles! xo!

  4. Very nice! Excellent idea!!!
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  5. Oh how lovely!!! They're super girly but also have this vintage look. I'm in love! :)

    x Vanessa |

  6. Wow it is very easy to make it. Gonna try to make one myself. Gorgeous DIY! :)

  7. This is beautiful! And looks so easy to make!
    I'm definitely going to have to give it a try soon. :)

    The Girly Gamer