Fall Votive Holder

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Fall Votive Holder Craft

The flicker of a candle adds the perfect ambiance on a fall evening. With just a few simple supplies, you can create your own fall findings votive holder to hold that warm flicker and display it in a way that is festive and frugal. Take a look below at how to make your own fall findings votive holder using materials that the autumnal season provides you.

Fall Findings Votive Holder Supplies

  • Burlap
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue
  • Glue Gun
  • Acorns
  • Fresh leaves
  • Black spray paint
  • Jar

We were able to find all of the above supplies at our local craft store and in our own backyard. You can add any other fall findings that appeal to you such as twigs, raffia, bittersweet, etc. Find items that reflect you and your likes.

Fall Findings Votive Holder Directions

  1. Cut a strip of burlap to fit around the jar. Apply a dab of glue to the ends of the strip and wrap it around the jar. Press the glued ends to the glass firmly.
  2. While your burlap is drying, apply a coat of black spray paint to one side of your leaves. Set aside to dry.
  3. Once the leaves are dry, add a drop of glue to the back and press them firmly (black side showing) to the burlap. You will notice how nice the contrasting colors are.
  4. Add the final embellishments of acorn tops as we did. Just use your hot glue to adhere one at a time until your desired look is achieved.

Fall Votive Holder Easy DIY

As mentioned, you can tuck any other pieces of nature into this mix you wish. Or, you can always spray paint the leaves another color if you want. The choice is yours and you are only limited by your creativity.

Once everything on the jar is dry, simply put a battery operated or real votive inside and watch it glow! The whole arrangement will light up nicely and create some festive fall ambiance. If you love this look, gather your supplies and give this simple and inexpensive DIY project a try!

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by Savings Lifestyle: Andrea on October 29, 2013

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