Isn’t it gorgeous? I loved it.
So, of course it was on my mind. I wish I could empty my brain sometimes, but alas, it was smashed in there along with other useful tidbits of information that I want to remember later, like did you know you’re only supposed to run cold water in your garbage disposal to make it last longer?
Anyway! Stay on track, Melissa…
ETA: if you can’t find these supplies in your dollar store for a DIY glass hurricane, try the Target dollar spot, or any craft store. You can almost always use coupons to places like Joanne’s or Michael’s and get 40% off your supplies. I was picking up some Christmas goodies at the Dollar Tree, and look what I found in the candle/glassware aisle:
DIY Glass Hurricane
First, remove the tags.
Then, take the candlestick, put some hot glue around the top rim, and place the hurricane on top of it, looking down into the hurricane vase to be sure it’s centered.
Then, take your white skinny candle (next to the saints candles in the aisle), put some hot glue on that and stick it in the hurricane. You could also skip gluing the candle, and instead nestle it into sand, beads, or some other non-flammable filler at the bottom of your DIY glass hurricane vase. Of course, if you’re using a flame-less candle you have some more options!
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Our picks for DIY Glass Hurricane supplies:
Eastland Glass Cylinder Vase Set of 3Novelty Place Longest Lasting Battery Operated Flickering Flameless LED Votive Candles (Pack of 12)Homemory Realistic and Bright Flickering Bulb Battery Operated Flameless LED Tea Light for Seasonal & Festival Celebration, Pack of 12, Electric Fake Candle in Warm White and Wave OpenVinkor Flameless Candles Battery Operated Candles 4