Today, I’m sharing a quick project for the Holidays, New Years, Winter and even year round! Last year, I stumble upon a big branch that had fallen down in the woods behind our neighborhood and I somehow convinced my husband to carry the 8′ branch all the way home for me. He’s the best! And now I am finally sharing one of my first projects, Paint Dipped Log Candle Holders.
I’ve seen several log candle holders floating around but I wanted to give them a trendy twist and paint dip them. They are so simple and inexpensive to make and add a little rustic glam charm to your holiday decor.
- 3 logs
- Gold Metallic Spray Paint, Silver Metallic Spray Paint, White Spray Paint
- Blue Painter’s Paint
Start but cutting the logs into 4″, 5″ and 7″ pieces.
Before you decide which end to spray paint, stand each log up on each side to see which side is more level. Then, tape the logs using Blue Painter’s Tape and leaving 2 1/2″ bare.
Spray paint with colors of your choice.
Then, using a 1 1/2″ Flat Drill Bit, drill out a circle for the candle to fit in.
What colors would you use for your home?