Recycled Glass Tea Light Holders

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Recently I collected a great bunch of cast-offs.

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Recycled glass jars and a pile of already stained wood boards were found at a garage sale for about 50 cents all together.

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I tuned them into a candle holder for tea lights.

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I drilled three holes in one of the boards using 
a large drill bit that drills holes in doors for door knobs.

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The little recycled jars sit right down in the holes securely.

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I dropped in a few battery operated tea lights and I'm done.

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Easy garage sale repurpose project for under a dollar.

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2 comments

  1. I love this. Candles are my favorite! This is great!!

    Blessings...
    ~Sherri

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  2. Love the chunky-ness of the jars. Great find!!! :D

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