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DIY Wire Pumpkin Candle Holder

By: Sahana Ajeethan from vikalpah.com
DIY Wire Pumpkin Candle Holder
DIY Wire Pumpkin Candle Holder

"Last time when I went to the craft stores, I was just going through the aisle to see what new products have come for the fall season. I came across the metal pumpkins with a candle holder and the price for those were crazy. No, I wasn't going to buy them anyway because I don't have a proper place to put them in my apartment but I was very much inspired by the look of those metal pumpkins that I wanted to make DIY version of them. Those pumpkins are of course made by soldering heavy metal parts but for the knock off I needed something that is easily bendable at the same time it should look good too. I found colorful floral wires from the dollar store and thought they will be perfect to make wire pumpkins with a candle holder. Let's see how."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Beginner

HolidayFall

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Many years ago I had one of these and loved it. But when I moved, it was lost. I looked all over for the pattern but never found it. I was so happy to see it here. I have so many ideas on what to put inside. It makes a great dining table center piece for fall. Thank you so much for sharing it.

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