Published at Wednesday, 11 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Pearlie Webster.
Using the items around the house, you can make some great candle holders. Many folks place taper candles into the openings of wine bottles so they can cover it in multicolored wax. There are others who take shot glasses and use them as votive candle holders because the thick glass keeps holders from burning themselves. Still others will etch their own designs on the sides of fine glassware and place candles inside to make quick and efficient container candles. While it is strongly suggested that there are no flammable materials used in the creation of the holder, you are only limited by your imagination.
Hurricane holders are basically glass enclosures designed to prevent the candles from blowing off due to wind. Traditionally, they were used for seamless burning of candles. As oil-wick replaced candles, they lost its importance then. However, today it is largely used as an ornamental item to enhance the beauty of your home or surroundings. In these types of candle holders, the candle is meant to burn while leaving the outer glass shield completely untouched. There is a small opening at the top to allow passage of air and smoke.
They simple call upon an attractive light to any space, providing simply a contemporary edge. Etched glass holders reveal a dramatic iridescent shimmer that brings glamour to any location and there are a diversity of attractive designs to select from out there. For a fresh look, you can present clear glass candle holders simply as a table center piece to adjoin an air of complexity to any table. This classic seems never goes out of fashion and can give a natural feel to a space, whilst saving your surfaces at the same moment.
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