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Low Cost, High Style: DIY Taper Candle Holders

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Low Cost, High Style: DIY Taper Candle Holders

August 31, 2012

Spotted on Annaleena's HEM: an instant solution for naked taper candles. If you're like me and are still saving for your future iron Kubus Candleholder, this hardware-store fix might work for the interim.

Source zinc Bolts and Washers and even Plumbing Fittings from Home Depot or your local hardware store and see more of of the DIY idea via Annaleena's HEM.

Above: The simple DIY project, as Annaleena says, adds "the rough garage feeling and metal expression in the interior."

Above: Annaleena's white candles sit on a table next to an unwrapped Ikea frame.

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