Trash to Treasure: Candleholders
Sasha Andreev shows Joan Steffend new ideas for candleholders made from old croquet pieces and light fixtures.
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The base of this candle chandelier is made from the frame of a circular window. Wooden croquet balls are screwed on for decoration. Then tin shades from a set of string lights are fastened to the frame and filled with votive candles.
The heads from four croquet mallets are adhered together, then taper candles are stuck in the holes where the handle use to be.
The base of some old oil lamps are filled with beach glass and then candlesticks are stood up in the middle. Seashells or river rocks could also be used.
Sasha Andreev shows Joan Steffend new uses for old house parts and molding.
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