DIY Oyster Shell Mini Candle Holders-
It is my pleasure to introduce you to my newest sponsor and one of my sweetest bloggy friends. Maria is the creative blogger and designer at Simple Nature Decor . If you haven’t been to Maria’s lovely blog you really should scoot right over there. She has some wonderful and creative ways to bring the outside in. She has a beautiful way of designing with elements from nature. It has been a little while since I had a bit of craftiness to share. Maria generously offered to share her diy oyster shell mini candle holders. Put on your crafty hats and grab your glue gun!
Hello! My name is Maria Brittis. I am a decorator, wife, mother and blogger at Simple Nature Decor… I am so honored to be a guest blogger at Katherine’s Corner. Katherine has been a huge source of inspiration to me for the past few years. I have been blogging for three years and I am so grateful to have such a creative and loving friend. She is always is there to help in my blogging adventures.
I love to make things out of nature… so today I thought it will be nice to make you all a mini oyster shell candle. Except for a few broken nails, working with oysters can be tricky, but I found an easy way to create a lovely candle holder. So enjoy the tutorial below.
Take 4 flat oysters, place on burlap and outline them with a magic marker.
Cut the oyster shell shapes and glue the oysters back on the cut-outs.
Start adding one layer of oyster shells with the glue gun,until you have 4 layers that form a circular candle holder.
IT’S THAT EASY!
For more beachy projects check out my Oyster Shell Mirror.
Thank you so much Maria for sharing this pretty and creative way to add a bit of beach decor to our homes. Now I really need to go to the beach and get some shells.
I know you will want to add this DIY Oyster Shell Mini Candle Holders to your must make list!
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Happy Friday Wishes.