Clay Disk Candlesticks

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Aren’t these great? I love chunky candlesticks, especially the ones I make myself for CHEAP!!

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I found this idea on Pinterest (of course), and knew I’d make them someday.

‘Someday’ came sooner than I expected. My husband showed up with a case of these:

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Little did he know (although he should by now), that his clay disks for skeet shooting would be my latest craft frenzy. Oh the possibilities!!

This was pretty simple, so I didn’t do a full tutorial. Use E-6000 glue to glue the disks in any arrangement your heart desires. When the glue has dried, spray paint.



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Embellish any way you’d like (or not).

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My favorite part of this project is that the whole set of candlesticks cost less than $1. My husband paid about $7 (with tax) for a case of 90 clay disks.

I’d love to hear about any super thrifty craft ideas you have.

Happy crafting.
Tammy

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About southernflaircrafts

I am a very busy wife and mother of two beautiful little girls. I work part-time in a flexible position as an Office Administrator for a financial advisory firm; I love the work I do and am especially grateful that it allows me to be a Mom first. I love to create!! Although I think my creativity was born with my first child, before children I would not have considered myself very creative. My mind is always wandering ahead to my next project, whether it's woodworking, sewing, paitning, or crafting with my kids. I also love blog-hopping (and blogging - I'm learning as I go); sometimes I see things I know I have got to make or I see a great creation and am insprired with ideas of my own. I especially like projects that rescue some treasure that would otherwise become another victim of the landfill.
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One Response to Clay Disk Candlesticks

  1. Wow, truly amazing, never would have guessed! Thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday! I hope to see you again when the party resume on the first Sunday in January! Have a joyous holiday season!

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