Vintage Ladle Candle Holder

6:00:00 PM

I love when I find something at a junk yard,
thrift store, or garage sale

garage sale finds

and it's so easy to repurpose...

A candle holder made from a vintage ladle

All I had to do was to drill a hole in the handle, bend the ladle to a 90 degree angle, and attach it to a stained board.

candle holder DIY from a vintage ladle

then drop in a candle.

Vintage candle holder from an old ladle

That's it... great look, no trouble!

vintage candle holder DIY

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  1. you're so good with junk! :)

    it doesn't get any easier than this Susan, great job.


  2. The simplicity in this is simply beautiful! And it would work for so many different types of personal style, too.

  3. This is wonderful. I have several inherited ladles that mean so much to me and I can't part with them. This will be a great way to display them.


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