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Beautiful Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

These easy coastal inspired candleholders are perfect for your next beach party or dinner on the deck. With a few simple supplies, you can make your own set in no time!

Bring the beach to your home with these easy and coastal inspired candleholders you can make yourself.

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Candleholders are a popular way to add a touch of personality and style to any room.

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to make coastal inspired candleholders using supplies you can find at your local craft store.

So grab some glass jars, rope and seashells, and let’s get started!

Today, I am sharing Beautiful Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself.

Come on, I’ll show you.

Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself, starfish, fisherman's netting, embossed candle holder, white pillar candles, green wreath
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

Coastal inspired decor is all the rage right now and for good reason!

It’s natural, laid-back vibe is the perfect antidote to the sometimes hectic modern lifestyle.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to add some coastal flair to your home, why not try making some candleholders yourself?

These simple candleholders are perfect for beginners and can be made with materials you probably already have lying around the house.

So grab your supplies and get creative!

You may just end up with a few new favorite pieces of decor.

Ready to get started?

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What do I need to make Coastal Inspired Candleholders ?

white candles, coiled rope, white glue gun, scissors, mini glue sticks, glass cylinder vases
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

If you’re looking for a quick and easy project that will give your home a coastal vibe, look no further than these DIY candleholders.

They’re simple to make and require only a few basic supplies, so you can have them finished in no time.

Plus, the neutral colors will go with any decor scheme.

You will need glass cylinders, rope, candles, a hot glue gun (this one is my favorite) hot glue, scissors and a seashell.

So grab some supplies and get started!

How do I make a Coastal Inspired Candleholders?

glass container, tan rope
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

Step 1: Start glueing the rope to the bottom of the cylinder, working your way around the cylinder.

heavy duty glue gun, white star fish, fiskar scissors, pink glue gun, glue sticks
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

Step 2: Glue rope to about 5 inches. Cut rope and secure the end.

PRO TIP: Make sure that you end the rope at the same side of the cylinder, so that you have a “good” side.

Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself, white pillar candles, clear candle holders, glue gun, scissors, ball of rope
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

Step 3: Glue on the star fish.

These are so easy to make.

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Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself, rattan placemat, antique book, rust paisley napkin, ivory candles
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

Step 4:

Add the candle.

And that’s it!

Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself, ivory and rust paisley napkins, bumblebee water goblets, green plant, brown urn
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

Step 5: Enjoy!

white plates, vintage bottle, feathers, rope wrapped hurricane jars, silverware
Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself

I used these Coastal Inspired Candleholders in this fun tablescape.

I love how they look with this coastal themed tablescape.

I made these super cute silverware pouches for the same tablescape.

You can see that project here.

Thanks for following along with our simple tutorial on how to make your own Coastal Inspired Candleholders.

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4 thoughts on “Beautiful Coastal Inspired Candleholders You Can Make Yourself”

  1. Such a beautiful diy! I have seen these candle holders at upscale boutiques and there always so expensive. Thank you for sharing!

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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