Easy DIY Tall Candlestick Collection

6:34:00 AM

 I collect tall candlesticks and I guess so does everyone else
because they are getting harder to find at the thrift store.

DIY white candle sticks
Until I saw this idea by Anderson & Grant where Jamie made her own tall candlesticks.


candlesticks from two candle holders

I won't show you exactly how I did it, I want you to visit Anderson & Grant for the full tutorial but mine were made much like these so go take a look. 

So I gave her directions a try and now thanks to Jamie I have one more beautiful white wooden candlestick to add to my collection. 

collecting tall white candlesticks

Such a great idea!

Farmhouse hutch with white candlestick collectionl

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4 comments

  1. Oh, my gosh, Susan....I LOVE your candlesticks! The carving on the one is so pretty and not something that you typically see on a basic candlestick. It was really nice to see that you were inspired by the ones I created. And I really appreciate it that you shared WHAT you did, but are having your readers come to my post to see HOW you did it. That's so thoughtful!

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    1. Thanks so much Jamie and thank you again for your inspiration on this one, it was just what I needed to know :) I hope I was able to send some traffic your way too :) Have a great day!

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  2. I will go over and checkout how Anderson & Grant makes tall candlesticks. Thanks and I am looking forward to taking the 2018 journey with you and the rest of your followers. I am excited, because you did not disappoint in 2017.

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    1. Thanks Ivory Jean! Thanks for following along friend :)

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