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Hanging Macrame Candle Holders
I love hanging lights! From lanterns to lights strung through trees I think lights make an outdoor space so warm and inviting!
How to make a Hanging Macrame Candle Holder
These hanging macrame candle holders are so simple to make. Lowe’s has everything needed. Lowe’s has an amazing array of colorful nylon cord. Can you imagine?….these candle holders could be made to match any decor or party. I am thinking red, white and blue for the Fourth of July!
Not in to color? Twine would make beautiful natural looking holders!
So grab some nylon cord and some glass light bulb covers (found in the lighting section) and you are ready to go. You will also need a metal ring for each holder.
Cut the cord into 5 pieces each 75 inches long.
Gather the cords together and feed through the metal ring. Place ring at the center of the cords and tie a knot below the ring.
Take two cords next to each other and tie a knot 8 to 10 inches down. Do this to all the cords (5 knots).
Take a section and measure about 2 inches below the knot. Tie one of the cords from that section to one of the cords from the next section. Do this for all sections, until each piece is tied.
Gather all the cords together and measure about 4 inches down and tie a knot.
Place glass light bulb cover in the holder, add a candle and hang from a sturdy branch!
If you are looking for ideas to beautify your outdoor space Lowe’s has all the tools you need to be creative. Check out their Lowe’s Creative Ideas blog and be inspired! You can find Lowe’s Creative Ideas on Facebook and don’t forget to pick up a FREE Subscription to Lowe’s Creative Ideas Magazine. Their magazine is fabulous!
Or, now available for the iPad, the FREE Lowe’s Creative Ideas App gives you full access to the most recent magazine issues. Get all the exciting project ideas, helpful videos and loads of bonus content wherever you go!
Thank you Lowe’s for being my go to place and for supplying me with a gift card for this project!