What to do with tea lights?
Christmas Eve is approaching and you still lack ideas for decorating the table? Do not panic, with the tea light candles lying around in your closet and the means of the board, you’ll work wonders in less than 2 minutes. If, yes, the proof with these 5 ultra easy ideas: 5, 4, 3, 3, 2, 1 … Top chrono!
A spilled glass = a designer candle holder
Take out your wine glasses, flip them over and put your tealight candle on the foot: here are magnificent glass candle holders that will bring height and magic to your table. your table runner. Depending on your theme, place a small element decor in each glass: a branch of holly, fir or eucalyptus, some cinnamon sticks, a Christmas ball, mini cactus, mini gift, figurine wooden …
A simple candlestick that adapts to all your decorating desires
Kitchen salt = a snow-covered decor
For a magical decor that evokes the snowy Christmas landscape, fill a glass or a jar of salt, and put the tealight candle out of its case on the surface. aluminum. Add some non-flammable decorative accessories, and listen to the shouts of admiration of your guests!
A little salt, a candle, and voilà!
A glass of champagne = a Scandinavian candlestick
The other advantage of tealights is that they float! Fill a few cups of champagne with water and put on the surface your candles, without their aluminum case. For a more “wow” effect, dive into the water a small branch of fir, thyme or heather, or a small Christmas decoration that does not float!
If you have a glass salad bowl, fill it with water, add a few branches of holly and make several candles float: this is a perfect centerpiece for a natural Christmas!
Simple as two apples
Masking tape = custom candles
You have a masking tape roll in the bottom of a drawer and you do not know how to use it? It’s time to go get it! Simply wrap your tealight candles and place them all over the house on a small cup so they do not burn. Bravo, your decor is perfect!
The masking tape, best friend of DIY fans!