modern tealight holder tutorial

11.05.2010


In the mood for a little something different? Well, Melissa from The Polkadot Chair asked me to guest blog and this is what I came up with!


I think this would be a great addition to any decor. I made one for my dining room table for thanksgiving, one for Christmas, and single one just for fun!  Make it any length to suit your space, add your favorite tealight, and you're all set!


And if you're writing your Christmas to-make list, I think this would be such a fun present or a great hostess gift.


Stop by The Polkadot Chair and check out the full tutorial HERE!

(ps. I don't think it could look any better with my Grandma's fabric she gave me, perfect for Thanksgiving!)

16 comments :

  1. Anna, I totally love this idea, great gifts, I would love to try and make a pillar like candel holder to give the illusion of a tall candel too, if you get what im saying. Anyways this is on my to do list for presents! Thanks

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  2. I love this idea! I bookmarked the tutorial. Can't wait to try it.

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  3. Saw this over on Melissa's blog! I love that you create...not just sew. It's fun to see another side to your genius.

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  4. Wow, is there anything you can't do:) Love this. This would look great on my table for Christmas dinner. Off to check out the tutorial.

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  5. your tea light holder looks great on your runner Anna!! And I aspire to your level of photography one day. I'm thinking a new camera and a class should be in my near future!

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  6. I love this! I'm always a little nervous to work with power tools, but you've convinced me to give it a try!

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  7. those are gorgeous Anna! Just stunning. :D

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  8. These are so pretty! Perfect for fall and winter. :)

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  9. That's lovely and we get to make it!! Yay! x

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  10. You have a very nice blog and all really nice stuff you have posted ;)

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  11. You are so cool Anna. I love how modern yet classic this is. I am off to check it out!

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  12. I just love this idea. I am in love with them! They are so clean and modern looking. I'll definitely be making some this week! :D

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  13. These are modern, minimalist and rustic all at the same time---love them! Thanks for sharing! I look forward to making some of my own.

    I have also featured your tutorial on my blog post, 7 Tips for Creating a Sacred Space in Your Home. I have linked to your tutorial. :)

    http://creativeblossoming.com/2013/04/02/7-tips-for-creating-a-sacred-space-in-your-home/

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