Give dollar store or garage/estate sale candles a coastal-inspired makeover by covering them in twine or upholstery webbing. See the step-by-step guide at hgtv.com/blog #diy #makeover
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  • hgtvGive dollar store or garage/estate sale candles a coastal-inspired makeover by covering them in twine or upholstery webbing. See the step-by-step guide at hgtv.com/blog #diy #makeover

  • badgals@surfjewel saw this and thought about you! ;)
  • photos_and_fitness@zoegrant_ let's do this craft!
  • hgtvOur blogger Camille mentioned the fire hazard aspect in her blog post: I know people will ask about fire safety for obvious reasons — twine and upholstery webbing are flammable. First, as with any candle, you shouldn’t leave it burning without supervision — but — I’ve done variations of this project many times and never had a problem. The key is to choose a pillar candle wide enough that the wick burns down the center leaving a wax shell. Don’t try this technique on a narrow pillar or taper candle.
  • lucky7designThis is one of my fav accents to candles. Twine..jute..burlap
  • combatcarl12@angelicareza
  • sillover@gmarhon this made me think of you
  • rheajansenWhen are you guys going to announce the dream home winner!? @hgtv
  • julietaa👍
  • ddhodgesThis is definitely a fire hazard! Please don't put twine & upholstery webbing on candles. Maybe glue it to some glass vases or lamp shades? I'm sorry but this is so dangerous. :(
  • katvil486@krisskris
  • flyin_rachelsPlease give me a shoutout!?!?!?!
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