Quick and easy 5 minute DIY Driftwood Candle Lights that can be used all the way through the upcoming seasons combined with any decor.
Hello there friends, I am happy to share these cute driftwood candle lights today with you. I made them yesterday, when it finally cooled down over here and my motivation to create something came back instantly!
Plus, I didn’t have to walk the beach to find these awesome driftwood sticks, I found them in a new dollar-store-like store here. And the best is, that it’s a German store, with lot’s of fun goodies, like these sticks. Seriously, my heart skipped a beat when I walked in and read ALL the labels in German, it’s been so long y’all! And there is soooo much good stuff, seasonal and just some things I don’t get here usually. I miss my home country sometimes! And am so happy I found this place!!!
These driftwood sticks came in a bag and cost me €1.75. Not shabby at all!
5 Minute DIY Driftwood Candle Lights
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What I used:
glass jar [smaller than the length of the sticks]
hot glue gun
It can seriously not get easier than this: Just glue the driftwood all around your jars using hot glue. Place a little tea light inside and voila!
I love how these can go with any style and are great for Fall, just imagine them in between some pumpkins – ahh!
And they can stay through winter as well, who says, driftwood is summer decor only?? I personally, love decor that can be used for more than one season!
Right now they look cute on the tray I made the other day…
I decided to leave them just like this, plain and simple. Less is more is my motto after all.
What do you think?? I am sure happy that the cooler weather is back and I feel way more motivated to use the last weeks of summer vacation I have to be creative… I was really getting worried there for a bit when nothing could get me off the couch, haha.
Thank you for stopping by today, I hope you have a great day!!