Gettin' Crafty: Christmas candle holders
1. Sand down the wood pieces to make a flat surface. If the surface is not level, the glass candleholder will tilt, the flame from the candle will light something (or someone) ablaze, and Christmas will be ruined, all because you did not take the time to sand some uneven wood. No one wants that.
2. Using the glue, put a light coating on the glass vase and a coating on the wood surface. Press the two together. Wait. Keep waiting. Maybe a few hours, until you feel absolutely confidant that the glue has dried.
3. Done. Now wasn't that simple? Of course, you can fill it with candles or pine boughs or whatever merriment you want. I put candles in mine, and stabilized the candles with flax seeds and Red Hots to prevent the fire mentioned in step one. Because I will not ruin Christmas.
A little bit rustic, a lotta bit festive
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