Decorative Glass Candle Holders: Centerpiece – E2 part1

Decorative Glass Candle Holders: Centerpiece – E2 part1

I am getting ready to have a little
outdoor lunch with a few of my friends. Sort of an end of summer tea. The weather is just perfect outside it’s
the in the summer, and before it gets too cold I really want to
take advantage of my deck. I want to set up my table really beautiful, have lots of great food and drink and good conversation. So I’m getting
everything ready so it’s just perfect. First i want to show you how I
created my centerpiece. Here it’s beautiful decorative, glass candle holders. These were made with pieces I found at
the dollar store and i’ll show you how easy it is to create these yourself. Ok so let me show you how I made my
centerpiece, and all of these items I bought from the dollar tree. I use about seven of these glass
candlestick holders, a large candle Bowl, three of these, and I found these great
glass beads that I use as a mosaic around the bowl. I got this from the hardware store this
is an epoxy for glass and its really great it binds minds really strong. You’re also going to need a little
container to mix the epoxy in, something that you could throw away and you’ll
need a hot glue gun. Ok so already let’s get started. Ok to start off just to let you know the
way I made the different sized pieces, the first level, the first size I used
two candlesticks like this up a one on top of the other and a bowl on top like
that. For the next level I used the two pieces but in the center, I put the smaller sized candlestick and
brought it a level up with the bowl on top and for the largest sized one, I used three
candlestick holders like that! So let’s start by binding the
glass pieces together, we’ll do the first level a little bit there is two solutions
that come together and you’re going to mix it together for 20 seconds. Smear the glue on top of the first
candlestick, and put the other candle stick right on
top you’re going to make sure it’s lined up. You’re going to sit the bowl on top. Right in the center make sure it’s centered and you’re going to let that sit for
about an hour. Ok so the piece set for about an hour
and now it’s nice and dry, and strong, and bind it together so it’s ready to put
the glass beads on. So I want to make sure that the bowl is
really nice and clean and dry so that the piece of the stick. I’m going to start from the top and I
used a hot glue gun and put like just a little bead. Press it down to spread the the wax out.
Now when you get close to the end of the line, you might find that two pieces will fit there. So what you want to do is find a nice
large piece and you’re going to Center it in between the two pieces. Ok here is the less piece! There you have it, a
beautiful glass mosaic candle holder. That will make a great centerpiece on my
table. Put some little tea candles in the center of each of them light on and
really great shimmering on the table especially at night and for something this beautiful
you may find in little boutique it will only cost you about fourteen
dollars to make

100 thoughts on “Decorative Glass Candle Holders: Centerpiece – E2 part1

  1. Fantastic idea,I'm definitely going to make these,very beautiful and different.I really enjoyed the video thank you for sharing this idea.

  2. your videos are the best of all I have seen and have come back here. Great style with beautiful ideas, not over the top just classy. Many thanks for sharing with all of us out here and inspiring us.

  3. I actually made 2 of the without the candle stick holders n i had the issue with the stones not fitting. I was kind of bumbed out. So thank u, i will finish them off n now i know how 2 fix the problem with the gems

  4. Originally, I came to this video to look for some tips on a few mosaic candle holders I had been working on but then as I watched I couldn't help but notice just how beautiful you are and that was so nice to see. Thank you for the instructions too. I was wondering how well a glue gun would hold the glass gems in place. I tried super glue but I found it difficult to work with. Thank you again.

  5. I made these im going to do again dont like how mines came out i didnt have the epoxy that you had and my e6000 was white instead of clear thanks for the idea

  6. Thank you sooooo much for sharing this awesome project. I made some but mine have gold and clear beats and they are gorgeous. I wish I could upload a pic. Thank you

  7. Agree whith Pamela Laurich, you're a very beautiful lady. Thank you for all your videos full of awesome ideas, I'm a crafter myself but always learn something new every time on your channel. Thank you for explaining so well, step by step on how is done 👏👏 BTW love your house, it's beautiful!!

  8. That's why I subscribe to your channel…You ARE Awesome, Lady…!..Thanks for the inspiration…Im makin a FEW of these!..

  9. Happy Easter To you. Thanks for sharing. I saw a Starburst wall decor and wanted to make it but not too sure how to go about it. How can I send you the picture so that you can give me and other interested persons and idea aa to how to go about making something similar. Thank you

  10. I would like to become a customer, I heard you say on another video that you have your own business doing this for clients. I have a project that I need your expertise in. May I email you to reserve a time of availability?…thank you in advance for your response.

  11. Hola guapisima, me gusta mucho tu estilo, elegante, fino, y a la vez mezcla de clásico y cosmopolitan. Gracias por tan maravillosas técnicas. Desde España te mando mis felicitaciones por este canal. Muchas gracias.

  12. We know you're not in Texas because it be hot until Oct. 31…guaranteed every year! The only one because our weather is crazy.

  13. I'm so happy that I found your channel because everything that you do is beautiful, and you never disappoint. Thank you for sharing with us. 👑

  14. The $🌲 in my area looks like it hasn’t been watered for months now. It’s dehydrated. I get very upset when I walk in and hardly anything such nice glass pieces on the shelves these. There’s always boxes blocking the isle that l can hardly get in. Stweep

  15. Bonjour c est vraiment sublime j adore c'est très glamour tout comme mon intérieur un grand merci à vous. 😍💖👏.

  16. انا عربيه لم ارى اجمل من ذوقك انتي فنانه بكل معنى الكلمه اتمنى ان تترجمي اعمالك بلعربيه

  17. Love your video however, I am having trouble with the beads staying on. What could I be doing wrong?

  18. How do you get the gems to stick to the glass. I have bought several different kinds of glue guns, but they never stick well?

  19. Hi Mrs. Toni
    I had the great pleasure of making these and had fun doing it. I used hot glue for my glass beads around the bowl as indicated but found that after a very short period of time the beads began to fall off. You have E6000 listed as items used. Did you also use the E6000 on the glass beads to permanently secure them??

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