• Post last modified:October 5, 2020
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Today marks the official start of fall. If you love to keep your home decor up to date with the seasons, you’re in for a treat! We have hunted down 3 awesome DIY candle holder ideas with one thing in mind, fall! Whether you are just getting started or need a few last touches, these candle holder ideas are sure to bring everything together!

Kernel Candle Holder

Don’t go running to the store quite yet, for this special touch you may already have everything you need right at home. These candle holders are very affordable and lots of fun if you love to DIY! You will need:

  • raffia
  • unpopped popcorn
  • candles
  • glass candle jars

Simply put your candle into the glass jar and fill the empty space with the kernels (leaving about 1 inch for the candle to be exposed). Then tie the raffia around the glass jar into a decorative bow. It really is that easy! If you’d like to get more creative you can replace the kernels with coffee beans or dried peas! As long as what you choose to fill it with is non-perishable and will fit in the jar, the options are endless.

Maple Leaf Mason Jar

This candle holder will really bring the beautiful colors of fall into your home. You will need:

  • leaves (real or fake)
  • mason jars
  • mod podge
  • raffia
  • sponge brush (optional)

For this project you will be decoupaging leaves on a mason jar. If you have decoupaged before, this should be a breeze. If not check out some tips for this project. You can finish off the top of your jars with raffia for a complete fall look!

Campfire Candle Holder

This easy to make candle holder is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Literally! Bring the cozy campfire feel into your home by simply gluing sticks to your clear glass tealight holder. In just a few moments, your once plain candle holder has transformed into what looks like a scene from the outdoors. Add character and express your love for nature with this unique idea!

Your decorating is complete and you love your new fall look! Share your DIY candle holders to our facebook page, we’d love to see how they came out! Is the beautiful home or apartment you just decorated properly protected? Give us a call and find out!