How to make a Sea Glass Candle

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It was so much fun collecting sea glass at the various beaches while in British Columbia.  I now have quite a collection of different colours and sizes.  I wanted to make something fairly quickly to have out as a reminder of our fantastic trip.  The first project I opted to make was a sea glass candle.

You can make this with an empty candle jar with a tight lid, a small glass votive jar, a candle and some sea glass.

How to make a sea glass candle at craftygardener.ca

Place the votive glass holder inside the larger jar. I didn’t worry too much that the glass votive came just a bit above the rim of the jar as the lid still fit perfectly.

How to make a sea glass candle at craftygardener.ca

The glass jar has to be wider than the votive glass jar and the space between the two is where you put the sea glass.  For this candle I used white and amber/brown sea glass.

How to make a sea glass candle at craftygardener.ca

This is the kind of project that you can take apart and remake with different colours.

How to make a sea glass candle at craftygardener.ca

Light the candle and the sea glass glows and sparkles.  I used a nightlight candle but you could use any candle that fits in your votive jar, even one of the led candles.

How to make a sea glass candle at craftygardener.ca

This was a quick and easy craft to make.

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12 Responses

  1. Kim

    So pretty! What a wonderful and easy thing to make. I’m not “crafty” by any means, but I figure I could manage something like this. How lovely this would look in a group of say, 3, on a little square or round tray, for a ‘centrepiece’ of sorts. Or lined up on an oblong tray. Great use for the LED ‘votives’ I don’t know what to do with!

  2. Sandy B

    How pretty! I also put mine in a pretty glass or crystal vase and sit it in my window to catch the sunlight. It reminds me of happy summer days and my life in Nova Scotia.

  3. Margie

    What a neat candle. I liked how you can change the stones around.

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  4. Linda

    Fantastic idea Linda!
    I have tons of it at the cottage….all colours….I am going to do this next Summer!
    Thanks for the idea!
    More snow here….ugh!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

  5. Mother of 3

    What a wonderful craft idea. I have lots of sea glass and am never quite sure what to do with it. This looks so pretty with the light shining through, Pinned.

    • Linda aka Crafty Gardener

      Sea glass is bits of glass that have been in the ocean for years being broken and tumbled in the waves and ending up on the beach. I plan on doing a post about sea glass in several days.

  6. Teresa

    That’s so pretty! I love the effect when the candle is on. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned!

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