Handmade Glass Jar Candleholders

Candles are essential at Christmas. They bring a sense of warmth, so dot these pretty tealight candleholders around a table or along a windowsill. Decorate the jars with simple decor, and tie on ribbons that echo the colors in the room.

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Step 4

Glue leaves or seed heads onto the sides of the jar. Tie a ribbon around the neck and slip a tealight into the jar. Then decorate other jars.

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© Dorling Kindersley Limited 2008

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