Naturally, sea glass itself can't be used as a candle, since it doesn't burn.
However, to dress up a candle and show off your sea or beach glass, you have several options.
Here, we show one of the fastest and best ways to make your candle stand out.
Sea glass or beach glass candles are a nice and fairly simple way to make a beach craft project using your sea glass collection.
A glass vase, goblet, or other container about the size pictured here.
A candle. The candle could be one about this size but probably would be better if the width of the candle was about 1/2 the diameter of the glass container. Use a dripless candle to prevent buildup of wax on your sea glass.
Sea Glass or Beach Glass. You might try beach glass of all one color or mix a combination of colors.
Center the candle in the middle of the goblet.
Fill about 1/3 with sand, making sure the candle is centered.
Then, fill the rest with your jewelry or craft grade sea glass.
To find more information on sea glass craft ideas as well as information on various aspects of sea glass collecting, see the links below.
Go from Sea Glass Table Lamp to Sea Glass Crafts for more projects using your sea glass and other beachcombing finds.
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