Inspired by the oil lamps from the restaurant, I decided to make something similar for home. I love to light up candles in winter; the light coming from flickering flames instantly makes a room feel cozier and warmer.
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I had two glass jars. You can buy some at a household store or simply use empty sauce jars (like I did). In summer I used these jars as flower vases, and in winter they became candle holders 🙂
To add some pastoral look, I wound a jute rope around their necks and tied the rope into a small pretty bow.
I did not have oil lamps, so I took candles instead. Then I played a bit with beans and realized that the beans were not a good choice here. They could easily catch fire when a candle is burning down, and it is a big NO for any project like this.
So, I decided to replace the beans with something that looks very similar and is absolutely not inflammable. Gravel! A perfect choice here.
I also gave up candles in favor of tea lights, since they do not leak wax. My jars got an even stronger pastoral look! Love it!
I also bought three old mason jars at a second hand store.
Two jars lost the seals but kept the handles. Thanks to some rust on the handles, the jars got a nice vintage look.
The little jar is too small to play with fire!
Keep calm and light up!
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