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saw something like this at a store in cape cod, & was inspired
when i was down the cape, i saw some cool sea glass candle holders in a store window. when i saw that they were $40 each, i nearly had a heart attack! i thought "i could make that." it was so easy!

i had sea glass and sand already from living at the beach. i made a pair of holders, using 2 large and 2 smaller votive holders that were $0.59 each.

the smaller votive holder fits in the slightly larger one. then i put some sand in the empty space between the 2 votive holders. then the rest of the space was filled with different colors of sea glass.

if you don't already have sand & sea glass (& you don't live near the beach) you can buy it at a craft or dollar store for very cheap.

Posted by scout from South Hadley, Massachusetts, United States • Published See scout's 10 projects »
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  • Step 1

    put smaller votive holder into larger one

  • Step 2

    put a small amount of sand in the space between the 2 holders

  • Step 3

    fill the rest of the space between holders with your sea glass.

  • Step 4

    add a candle and light!

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Beastly-blime
Beastly-blime · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 4 projects
Oh my! I have been collecting sea glass for a few years and I never thought of doing something like this. Great idea!
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Jill T.
Jill T. · Sacramento, California, US · 7 projects
I love these! Pretty, easy, and cheap, just like I like my decorations. Happy
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