For real, guys.
Like 'I shouldn't have tutorial for it, it's that easy' but I do.
So you get to see the loveliness :)
Plus sometimes it's just nice to see an uncomplicated project that pretty much anyone can whip out, right?
And this involves paper, a candle and sewing pins.
Here's what we are talking about:
And about a minute of work.
Even better :)
Here's what you need:
*Plain white candle
*Paper/cardstock/fabric of your choice
1. Decide how far up your paper will go and cut it to that width with your straight-edge.
2. Wrap around your candle
3. Secure paper with sewing pins. (see below)
I used sewing pins so that I could easily remove if I wanted to change it out.
Which will more than likely happen :)
For a fun candle stand,
I used a piece of scrap wood I had around.
It was gorgeous cedar and I knew it couldn't just be thrown away.
I sanded away all the dirt and made it nice & smooth and it was gorgeous enough to stand on it's own.
I made a sweet vignette on top of my little stenciled table that I did forever ago.
Doesn't the gold candle look gorgeous with the cedar block??
The yellow bowl was a quick paint job on a Goodwill bowl I did forever ago.
And I wrapped some random books with twine to help lift the glass pitcher up.
The flowers were from my wedding :)
To check out the rest of the room, head over here to see the whole Dining Room transformation!!
How's that for an easy DIY?
May be my easiest one yet :)
Go wrap some candles!!!