Feather Candle Holder

We're always looking for new ways to add to our space. The more the better! What are your favorite accessories in your room? We think this may be your new favorite! It's a super simple glass cylinder wrapped in boho feathers. Set a candle in it and whoa, watch your space GLOW up! SO beautiful. Follow along and watch how to make! What you will need:
  1. Glass cylinder
  2. Feathers
  3. Hot glue gun + glue
  4. Scissors
  5. Candle + candle holder
Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset Step one: Pick a place to begin on the jar. Start by snipping the end of the feather. You want to leave just a little bit, but majority should be cut off for the best result. Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset Put a dab of hot glue at the bottom where you will secure the end of the feather stem. Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset Continue to do this all the way around. We thought it looked best to use a variety of feathers when gluing around the vase. Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset Once you have covered the glass cylinder, put the candle in the center and place anywhere in your room! We decided to pair ours with a few crystals and salt lamp. Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset Do you love it as much as we do?? Processed with VSCO with hb2 preset
April 23, 2020 at 5:51pm

i love this craft, and i agree with @serenity nichols
the feathers are probably fake, they even look fake!

Serenity Nichols
April 23, 2020 at 5:51pm

They probably didn’t use real feathers. I’m pretty sure those neon feather boas we wore when we were kids weren’t made with real feathers, either. ;)

April 23, 2020 at 5:51pm

Michael’s Craft stores sell them by the bag…

April 23, 2020 at 5:51pm

This craft is actually in violation of the International Migratory Bird Treaty act, which prevents the collection and use of feathers without permits required for scientific use. The reason for this act is that it was fashionable in the early 20th century to create hats and other accessories from bird feathers, leading to the near extinction of certain species. While I appreciate that the blogger loves feathers as found objects, I think your company should not encourage the use of feathers in crafts and fashion.

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