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DIY: Wired Tea Light Holder

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DIY: Wired Tea Light Holder

Izabella Simmons June 21, 2011

Spotted on the Swedish blog Calinas: A DIY suspended tea light holder made from wire and simple tea lights; all that’s required is some tweaking and turning with a pair of pliers.

Above: Plastic-Coated Black Wire is $4.68 for a 9-foot roll; the Stanley Long Nose Plier is $9.18, and a bag of 100 Tea Lights is $7.75; all from Amazon.

Above: Use pliers to shape wire.

Above: Instant illumination, with a sculptural twist.

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