We moved into a new house last year, and I have been eager to make it feel like home.  There is only so much painting and stenciling one can do at first, so in the meantime I am crafting little projects to give our space my touch.  I fell in love with these wood candlesticks and decided they would be a nice way to add some interest to my master bathroom.

These candlesticks are so nicely made that I didn’t have to sand or prime them.   Two coats of spray paint covered them nicely!

On the left, I simply tied a key charm on with some crinkled seam binding.
In the center, I made a flower topiary, this time by gluing fabric flowers on (see my other tutorial for more details).

To the right, I made a tulle flower and glued a resin cabochon to the center.

I spraypainted a mini birdcage to match and then glued it on with E6000.
On the left I adhered some lace to the bottom.

In the center and left I made two tulle “poofs” and tied them on.

On the right, I made a tulle bow and glued a paper flower to the center.
This is a quick project that helps make a big impact.  They would also make lovely centerpieces.
What else could you do with them?
I hope I’ve inspired you to try your hand at a little home decorating!


  1. Super Cute Morena! Thanks for linking it to my SHOW US YOUR FIND party!! I’ve already pinned you!! Hope to see you back again in the coming weeks! Be sure to send people over with a link or button!! I am dying to see more great ideas!! xoxo


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