Published at Tuesday, 17 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Madeleine Dillon.
You can make gifts for wedding guests. There are companies which will be more than happy to personalize any gift that you want, creating a treasure to commemorate your joyous event. Marketing companies can also create items which are perfectly customized for trade shows and events that your company has to attend, where it is expected that gifts be given to the participants. You can give a thing of beauty to your visitors.
Candle and candle holder decorations are one of the cheapest yet very creative ways of adding a tinge of sophistication and style especially in occasions or events. Creating personalized holders is a bit tricky. If you know what to do, you will learn that it is fun and easy. You can turn a conventional, common candle and candle holder using several types of ribbons, glitters and beads to decorate them. Aside from using them in special occasions and events, you can also add your personalized candle and holders as your home accessory.
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.
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