17 Wine Glass Candles and Holders You Can DIY
Wine glass candle holders add an elegant touch to the interiors of your room. For special festivals such as Christmas, Thanksgiving or Easter you can hand paint them in the related themes to suit the occasion. If you are planning a Valentine’s Day dinner, you can decorate them with roses and red ribbons. Read on to get more such ideas along with the instructions for making them.
Plastic wine glasses make this centerpiece that looks gorgeous on the fall table. Acrylic paint is used to paint the pumpkin faces following a pattern that is given in the above-linked website.
These pretty and easy candle holders are made from inverted wine glasses filled with pine cones and small rocks or pebbles in earth tone colors.
While making these exotic wine glass candles, puff paint was used to create doodles after an initial coat of color. Quite an innovative idea, what say? Lay a festive table for a candle light dinner without any fuss.
This craft is quite easy and can be made in a matter of minutes if you have all the supplies handy. Anchor tea lights or votives within thick walled wine glasses with the help of a layer tiny pebbles or sand. You can add extra embellishments by tying ribbon bows at the stem of the glasses just below the bowl parts.
This unique idea involves filling a wine glass 2/3rd with water and dropping cranberries in it that stay afloat. Top it off with a floating candle or tea light.
Jazz up chilly winters with these cool DIY candles. Here clear votive candle holders are first put in wine glasses and later gel wax is poured on the exteriors to create a bubbly effect. Lastly, the candles are placed in their holders so that the gel wax is never really burned.
For Thanksgiving, use candles of various heights on top of mini wine glasses turned upside down on a napkin and placed at the center of the dinner table. To avoid toppling, avoid using slim glasses. A great way to recycle old wine glasses, isn’t it?
This is a fun group activity that you will enjoy doing. Paint the bowls of large wine glasses in orange with some yellow and brown highlighting to resemble pumpkins. After coloring the stems green, you can adorn their base with a berry garland. Voila! You have a great Halloween decoration!
You can check our article, Hand Painted Wine Glasses: 51 DIY Ideas to gain more knowledge of the painting process. Cute penguins on the glasses can be given a try during the Christmas holidays.
Wine glasses placed upside down over fresh roses and surrounded by a few more make this wedding centerpiece appealing. The tutorial linked above also gives an elaborate explanation of making your own scented and colored candles.
Cut the costs involved in your wedding by creating these charming centerpieces for the dining table that double up as wedding favors. Red ribbons secure the printed paper tags to the candles. Long stemmed glasses are the best for this.
Another great holiday craft idea is to paint the red costume of Santa on the glasses along with the black belt and buttons. A white furry adornment or boa at the neck makes it more attractive.
A layer of glitter over the Grinch wine glass candle holder hand-painted in green could make this Christmas centerpiece even more eye-catching. Click on the above link to know how.
A reindeer candle holder can also be made by choosing a wine glass having a long stem, painting it in brown, making black and green paper antlers and a red nose. You may paint or pen the curvy smile and wrap string lights round the antlers for a dramatic effect. A pair of googly eyes makes it all the more lively.
If you want, you can bring in interesting variations in the craft by choosing wine glasses in square or other unconventional shapes. Your guests for celebratory parties are going to simply swoon over these delicate beauties laid neatly on the table.
Published on October 5th 2016 by Peyton Derrida