Kelli Hunt created a little tutorial for us based on the beautiful porcelain candleholders from the board yesterday.
-Wine cork or something of similar size
-DAS Air drying modeling clay
Step 1: Roll clay out to about an 1/8″ thick with the rolling pin.
Step 2: Cut clay with pizza cutter into 3/4″ strips, and cut ends to a diagonal.
Step 3: Wrap strips around wine cork, then take the clay off the cork.
Step 4: Place candles in holder to test the correct width. Take out the candles and let the clay air dry overnight (about 10-12 hours).
Step 5: Paint clay to desired color (white for this inspiration board).
Step 6: Place candles in holders and you’re finished!
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