I hope you all had a good May 2-4 weekend, sadly the weather here wasn't too great. However, it did give me a chance to work on this next project. Here is another fun little how to for a decoration that I have used in my home, a rustic mason jar hanging candle holder. This project is similar to the Rustic Wall Hung Milk Bottle Flower Vase that I did a while back. The longest amount of time it takes for this project is truly just the drying time, which has several stages. So this can even be a project that you do in between working on other projects
Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once.
If you have any questions just ask away!
Piece of Scrap wood, aprox 12” wide x 24” High
Mason Jar Hanger
Picture Hanger Bracket
Dark Stain (Dark Walnut or Ebony)
Spray Paint – Black
The Step By Step
Cut the board down to the size that you want
Stain the entire board and let It dry. While you are waiting, use the spray paint to paint the hook & the Mason Jar Hanger.
Once Dry, paint the entire board and let it dry.
Lightly give the board a sand to bring through the stain colour. Concentrate on the edges and certain spots to give it a rustic look.
Attach the picture hanger to the back of the board.
Layout where you want the hook to be and screw it in by hand.
Screw the Mason Jar Lid Hanger onto the mason jar. Place Candle inside and hang.
Tip: To keep the candle in place, use a lighter to melt a bit of the bottom of the candle. Place it in the jar and hold it in place for a minute.
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