Published at Sunday, 15 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Deidre Rowland.
It is one of the oldest types of candle holders used from the time of ancient Romans and even before. The term 'votive' in the votive holders means devotion. As the name suggests, these candles are commonly used as a part of spiritual offering. It can be often seen in churches as a part of prayer offering. Votive candles are small candles made from beeswax. The votive candles need a holder as these candles burn fast and melt during the process of burning. They are available in several varieties from plain glass, mosaic tiles glass to colored glass.
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.
Here are a few creative ways to use simple enhancements to create totally unique and personalize candle holders. You can start by making wire wraps. String small beds on thin gauge wire and wrap it around the stems of stemmed candle holders for an elegant touch. If you have votive candle holders, you can tape the wire around the holder from the base to the top and making sure that the ends are properly secured and taped with translucent double-sided tape or strong glue. Consider using different shapes of beads in contrasting colors for more variety. You can also wrap them by twisting the wire into knots for added texture.
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