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Candlestick DIY Planter

By: Victoria Hannley from dazzlewhilefrazzled.com
Candlestick DIY Planter
Candlestick DIY Planter
This image courtesy of dazzlewhilefrazzled.com

In the Designer's Words: "After no longer wanting to use it as a candle holder, I took it outside to our courtyard and placed it in the garden. Giving it a 21st century update from its original brass, it had a new purpose as a plant stand. If using real plants/flower, be sure to drill holes in the decorative bowl for drainage."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Easy

SeasonSummer

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Candlestick
  • Decorative Bowl
  • Self Etching Primer
  • Paint, of any color

Instructions

  1. Depending on the style and finish of your candlestick (mine was brass), you may need to use self-etching primer to get the paint to adhere

  2. Paint the candlestick in your color of choice

  3. Get a decorative bowl to fit on top of the candlestick. Repeat steps #1 and 2

  4. Fill the bowl with real or artificial flowers/plants

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Oh wow what a great repurposing idea for those no more wanted candle sticks to give it some new life no matter where you use it. It will look great in the garden with any plant in it or just for a decoration, by the front door or corner in the house with a ivy or any kind of vine trailing down. Super cute and such a great way to add some character to any room or outdoor. Do not want a live plant in it then go silk. Super idea.

This really just proves that succulents will look good in anything. What a creative planter! I love it when things get repurposed for things they weren't initially intended for.

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