Baby Jar Candle Holder
Baby Jar Crafts
This baby jar candle holder is a cute craft and a fun way to
add ambiance to an outdoor barbeque. You can hang these jars on
branches of a tree or along your deck. Use a real tealight or try a
flameless battery operated votive. These look great clustered together
in a group!
- 20 gauge wire in copper and silver
- Approximately 12 one inch eye pins (sold in a small package
by the jewelry findings)
- Beads of choice. I used three beads per eye pin, that were
3/4 cm in diameter.
- Jewelry pliers and wire cutters
- small candle
1. Begin by removing the labels
from the baby jars and cleaning them very well.
2. Next, cut a length of copper wire 8 inches long, and a length of
silver wire 8 inches long. Lay them side by side.
3. Thread on 12 eyepins through both pieces of wire, and space them out
equally along the two pieces of wire.
4. Grasp the wire over one eye pin with the jewelry pliers. With your
other hand, twist the jewelry wire a few times, between each eyepin.
Then, grasp the wire over the next eyepin, and twist the wire again.
This adds a nice twisted look to the wire.
5. Wrap the twisted wire with the eyepins dangling around the mouth of
the baby jar. Secure the ends by twisted them around each other. Curl
and twist the hanging wire ends to make them look more decorative.
6. Thread on three beads to each eye pin. While holding them in place,
using the jewerly pliers to bend up the end of the eye pin wire to hold
the beads in place.
7. Add a length of wire as a loop for hanging. This can be
attached by wrapping the ends of the hanging wire to the wire wrapped
around the mouth of the baby jar. Enjoy your baby jar candle holder!
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