Evergreen Hurricane Candles

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Bring a touch of elegance to the dinner table or to your holiday display with these simple holiday hurricane candles.If you don’t have hurricane candle holders, you can make your own inexpensively by using E6000 craft glue, a dollar store Hurricane candle holder and a dollar store glass taper candle holder.

You’ll Need:

Glass hurricane candle holder
Evergreen pieces
Spray adhesive
Pillar candles

Before you start make sure you scrub the hurricane glasses completely with window cleaner. Pick nice flat greenery pieces & spray the liberally with the spray adhesive.

Let the greenery set a few minutes until the spray adhesive has become tacky, then carefully seat them on the hurricane glass.

Give it a few minutes time to dry, then trim the bottoms with decent scissors or shears.

Add a candle!

Make Your Own Glass Hurricane Candle Holder:

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Image Credit: Better Homes & Gardens

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9 Comments

    • Is the Evergreen from a real plant or is it plastic? If it is real, will it not dry out within a few weeks?

      I wondered about that too. Wouldn’t real one dry out and turn brown?

      • I wondered about that too. Wouldn’t real one dry out and turn brown?

        These are just meant to be a centerpiece for a table scape at the holidays or special dinner. They are not meant to last forever.

  1. How simple but cool! Plan on making a few of these!!…wouldn’t they be cool with snow and a little scene in them? Think I’ll mix them up…thanks for the idea!

  2. Does anyone know where I can get some hurricane candle holders like these? I can’t find any with the squared bottoms and tall enough for the pillar candles, my gr. daughter wants them for her wedding.

    HELP!

    • Does anyone know where I can get some hurricane candle holders like these? I can’t find any with the squared bottoms and tall enough for the pillar candles, my gr. daughter wants them for her wedding.

      help!

      check out wayfair.com. they have a lot of different styles there for you to choose from. some are pretty expensive, and others are more reasonably priced.

      it just depends on what she is looking for.

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