Driftwood Centerpiece Candle Holder

I always love having long centerpieces on my 
farmhouse table. 

Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net

This one is perfect for the summer and nautical decor. 

It's a piece of driftwood I found at the beach. 

I just love the rusty nails that have been in this board for years. 


Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net


To create this beautiful centerpiece all you have to do is to drill 5 holes large enough for a candle down the center of the board.

Then using my Pre-K plastic stencil I wrote some nautical words on both sides. 

Lastly, cotton cording is wrapped on each end of the board in a sailor's knot. 


Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net

Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net


One of the best parts of this project is that the candles can be removed and replaced with test tubes for single flower vases. 


Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net

Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net



This easy projects took almost no time and has a gorgeous authentic nautical feel. 



Using found driftwood to create a centerpiece candle holder for a farmhouse table www.homeroad.net



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