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DIY~Beautiful and Easy Candle Holder Using 3 Clay Saucers!


This craft is so inexpensive and EASY to put together! This would make a lovely hostess gift or as a decoration for your patio. Click on the following link to see my full YouTube tutorial on how to make this: 




Materials Needed:
*3 Clay Saucers that measure approximately 3 inches from outer edge to outer edge. I purchased mine at Michael's.
*White Acrylic Paint (I used American Satin paint in "Cottonball")
*Small Votive Candle (I used Blackberry scent)
*Pretty rocks in various colors. I purchased a bag of Ashland rocks at Michael's. Regular price is $2.99 a bag and you can make at least 3 or 4 candles from the bag.
*Twine
*Acrylic Button with Shank on the back
*Amazing Goop Glue OR E6000

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