DIY Brass Pottery Barn Candle Holder
Learn how to make these Pottery Barn dupe Brass Candle Holders.
If you’re looking to decorate your home on a budget, DIY is the way to go.
Using items from Amazon or Dollar Tree you can create these stunning faux brass candle holders for a fraction of the Pottery Barn price.
Place these candle holders on your mantle or on the dining room for a warm and inviting home vibe.
- One Floral Foam Cone (should be about 6 inches)
- One Small Foam Cone–
- Gold Metallic Spray Paint
- Hot Glue Gun
- Small Glass Dessert Bowls
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Using hot glue, add a good amount to the top of the cone (the large one was flat on the top the small one I had to cut the top point off to make it flat) and then place the small glass bowl on top.
Press firmly so that it adheres. I held it in place for about a minute to make sure it was secure.
In a well ventilated area, spray paint it lightly.
If you spray paint too heavy it will melt the Styrofoam.
I did two light coats and allowed time to dry. I did it outside on a day that had light wind and keep the spray paint can at least a foot away when spraying so it wouldn’t melt the cone.
Style and enjoy!
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