Today we will return to an old and known in the world of recycling and the DIY (do it yourself), the crafts with glass jars or glass jars. Is that we all use glass containers at home, whether they are jam, mayonnaise, or whatever. Who has several of these bottles kept and has not decided what to do with them, we will share some ideas to do at home. Ideal for the weekend. Here are some easy ideas to do candle holder with glass jars.
We love crafts with glass jars and everything that has to be ideas for decorate with little money. We hope you like these proposals with recycled bottles that we offer below.
Candle holder with glass jars and tissue paper
For do homemade candle holders As we have here, we will need, in addition to glass bottles and candles, tissue paper or silk paper, also known as keg paper, white glue and a brush.
The idea is to cut out squares of paper of different colors, then pass glue on the outside to our glass jar by gluing the pieces of paper together, thus assembling a collage. We recommend passing a second coat of this vinyl glue on our collage of slips of paper. Once they are dry we can place a candle inside them. The result will be very interesting, as you see below.
For this type of home projects there are no limits. Do you like triangles? Well, look how pretty your candle holders could be with glass jars full of colored triangles.
Then we see another option, also with tissue paper, for which we need to have wire. In this case, instead of doing a collage with pieces of paper, we will put glue to our bottle and we will cover it with a single color. The idea is not to be “neat” in this case, because the effect of the fact that it looks wrinkled is great. Then, with wire and with the help of a clamp, the idea is to make a hook so that we can hang our candle holder.
If we have time and many glass boats, we could decorate a garden for some outdoor parties or family gatherings, hanging them from different places and others also placed on the ground. Surely everyone will be amazed with our little ones lanterns with glass jars.
Candle holder with recycled jars and dried leaves
Another lovely idea is to line our glass jars with dry leaves. For those who are in autumn at this time it will be very easy to find dry leaves on the sidewalks. And who can not, cut some green leaves and let them dry by wrapping them in a paper napkin and placing them inside a book, for example. In a few days they should dry. The technique is the same as the previous one, put glue on the surface and paste the leaves.