Giant Candlestick

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While having wood cut at Home Depot for a different project,
I spied a piece of turned post on the floor by the saw...

 I asked about it and the man 
cutting my wood said it was scrap....
and he gave it to me for free!

I brought it home and got to work...

I attached a square piece of wood to the bottom for support...


And a wooden bowl from the thrift store to the top....


Inside the bowl I put a silver dish that fit perfectly...


I painted the whole thing white and distressed the edges...


added a battery operated candle...


And I created an awesome 4 foot tall candle stick
from a free scrap...

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6 comments

  1. Fabulous, Susan! I can't believe they would have just thrown that out. I guess it pays to check out the lumber section ~ it will give me something to do when my hubby says, "I just need to stop at Home Depot quick" and I know it's not going to be quick. : )

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  2. yes indeed - you had the vision - again. Great job!

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  3. FREE is the best! He must have known you were the person to make it fabulous!

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  4. That post was waiting at the Home Depot just for you, Susan! I Love the transformation. Have a wonderful Sunday!!

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  5. Cute, cute, cute......and free is one of my fav words! How very nice that turned out.

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  6. That looks so gorgeous! I can't believe they were just going to throw it away! You got to Home Depot at the right time!

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