Valentine Candle Holder

by Carol
(Port Townsend, WA)

Valentine Candle Holder

Valentine Candle Holder

~ by Carol - Port Townsend, WA

I've been crafting candle holders since I moved to Port Townsend, Washington last summer. 

There are 3 or 4 GOOD collecting beaches for sea glass nearby and I get out to them at least once a week - even in mid-winter. 

I also make the rounds of the thrift shops for glass vases and jars every week. 

I made this valentine gift with the help of my sister-in-law to give to her granddaughter. Looks like it was well-received. 

The brown glass doesn't really look like much until you put a red tealight (battery powered) behind it - then it just glows!

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Jan 03, 2015
by: Carol Kummerow

Thank you for your interest. If you'd like to see other items, please visit my website at -- or view at most of the local arts and craft vendor shows put on by Port Townsend Arts Guild.

Jan 02, 2015
We Share the Same Passion and the Same Town
by: L.Swanson

I'm impressed!

I made a jewelry holder from driftwood but looking for a way to light up and display my glass.

I'm looking forward to seeing your next project.

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