DIY Himalayan Salt Candle Holder Project

DIY Himalayan Salt Candle Holder Project

DIY Himalayan Salt Candle Holder ProjectThis DIY Himalayan Salt Candle Holder Project allows you to quickly and easily create beautiful Himalayan Salt Votive Candle Holders for your home. The peach-pink color of the salt emits a smooth, earthy glow when the candle is lit, creating tranquil lighting for any location of the home, while the project it’s self allows for great conversation and fun while making them around the kitchen table! You may even want to try some of the culinary delights that Himalayan Salt has to offer while your at it!

This project also creates a wonderfully unique handmade gift which is perfect for Christmas, Birthdays or Wedding gifts!

Materials needed to make 1 candle holder:

  • 1 glass flower vase, bowl or candle holder, about 6″ in dia. or across, with low sides(I used a square Wal-Mart flower vase, you can use any shape you prefer.)
  • 2lbs Course Grain Himalayan Salt
  • 1 small votive candle holder (small enough to fit inside the larger glass vase with enough room left between the votive holder and vase to fill in with about 1″ of salt all the way around the votive holder)

DIY Himalayan Salt Candle HolderPlace the glass votive holder directly inside the glass vase, right out in the center (as depicted in the image to the right) and carefully fill the large vase or bowl with Himalayan Salt up to the rim of the votive holder. Place a candle in the votive holder and light!

The finished project is a beautiful candle holder that you can be proud of! This takes very little time to complete and is also a festive, warm glowing center piece for Holiday dinner tables, wedding diner tables or any party food table!

DIY Himalayan Salt Candleholder Project

DIY Himalayan Salt Candle Holder  



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