DIY Log Tea Light Candle Holder

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  1. Robin says:

    Love it. So prefect for fall and winter!

  2. Those fresh cute ends are pretty dreamy! Inspired to have something like this for Christmas with pine boughs & berries. So pretty! ~Michelle

  3. Jeri says:

    I would love this on my table! So natural and unique. Can’t wait to started on mine.

  4. Janet says:

    I would love this on my table! So rustic and beautiful. Love it πŸ™‚

  5. chris aka monkey says:

    shayna i have been looking for a straight thick enough branch for so long to make this..i will take any kind of branch ha ha but aspen or birch would send me to the moon xx

  6. ashley o. says:

    I just “hired” my husband to do the same with our birch logs! I love the way they turn out and I love how perfect these are for Winter too! They look so lovely……~Ashley

  7. I love it! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

  8. Gwen says:

    Love it. In the 60’s this was the rage. I remember being a kid and it seems like Mom decorated it with plastic real looking holly and tall red tapers. I’m not sure tea lights were used except to keep food warm!!

  9. Perfect! Great job, Shayna and Anthony! πŸ™‚

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  13. Daniel Moeggenberg says:

    Hey, I’m curious about this project. Did you cut this when the wood was still “green” or did you buy it after it had already dried out? Did you add any protective coating to reduce rot, mold, or fungus? I’m trying to do something similar and am scared of these things in particular. Thanks for the help!

    • Shayna says:

      The wood was definitely dry when we cut it. As far as a protective coating, no we didn’t use anything. After having this in the house for a few years, I can honestly say it looks just as good today as it did the day we made it. Hope that helps!

  14. Laura says:

    Hello what table saw do you recommend please?

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