Learn how to use leftover wood to make contemporary candlesticks.
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Designer Lee Snijders shows you how to create great candlesticks.
1. Cut a piece of 4" x 4" wood to the desired size. Create candlesticks in multiple sizes for a contemporary candlescape.
2. Sand wood to a smooth finish and apply an ebony stain.
3. Hammer a nail to the top, clip off the nailhead and secure a candle to the top.
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