Candlestick holders and candle holder woodworking plans you can make in your workshop. Some candlestick patterns can be turned on a lathe, while others can be make cheaply with wood from your scrap bin. Plans in this category are available for sale from a number of online woodworking retailers like WOODStore, PlansNOW and Rockler.
With these colourful silhouette cutouts, the holidays will be more colourful. Through the coloured plastic, a votive candle's dancing flicker shines. For both Christian and Jewish symbols, drawings are offered. Each project is made up of three basic components: a base that holds the candle cup, a front piece in which the silhouette is carved, and a transparent piece of coloured plastic as the third component. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
These folk art lanterns soften the lighting in any space. Each project needs a wire bail handle and an electrical wiring harness with light. You can optionally install a coloured plastic panel beneath the ornamental cutout. This woodworking project includes directions for making a heart, tree, apple, star, pear, and snowflake as well as full-size pictures and exploded view schematics. The lanterns have a 5-1/2 x 5-1/2-inch square base and an 8-3/4-inch height.
These two are magnificent Victorian Santa candlesticks. A Santa Riding Goose and a Santa Flyer. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects. The lumber used for the projects is 3/4 and 1/4 inch thick.
Four projects for making simple candle holders. Any of the four animals can be made to stand upright on a base with candle cups or to lie flat to hold a tea candle. Standard 7/8-inch-diameter wax candles or our glass oil candles fit in candle holders. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects. The crafts stand around 8-3/4 inches tall.
A long-standing tradition that has been utilised for ages to greet friends and welcome guests is placing candles in windows. Install one of these candles in each window of your home to make it visitor-friendly. Make from 3/4-inch-thick pine and 1/4-inch plywood. Full-size images, exploded view diagrams, lumber layouts, and step-by-step directions are all included in this woodworking plan. When constructed, it stands 12 inches tall.
A striking project for fireplace mantle or table centrepiece. Pictured in oak with painted overlays cut from 1/4 inch thick birch plywood. The pattern parts are drawn full size for easy building. Measures 10 inches high x 19-1/4 inches wide.
Use your scroll saw to cut this lovely craft. A photo of it shows oak candle cups. This woodworking plan includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings to help you build the project. Overall length of the reindeer and sleigh is around 18 inches.
Six unique angels. Each has a unique hairstyle, facial expression and paint job. Make several to use as table centrepieces or to adorn the mantel of your fireplace. Build them out of scrap wood that is 1/4 and 3/4 inch thick. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects. The projects are 7 inches tall when finished, measured to the top of the angels' heads.
This woodworking plan for a candlestick holder demonstrates how to build the two distinct items. Cut-out letters are mounted on a base as a single unit. The letters feature angels. This woodworking plan includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size images.
With oak candle cups and dowels, this sophisticated reindeer centrepiece looks stunning. Provide foliage and vibrant ribbons to the finished scrollsaw project to add contrast. glass votive candle holders or regular taper candles. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
The mirror reflects the light from the candle. The mirror can also be seen through the leaf cutouts. Raised clusters of grapes are made with round top screw hole plugs. An excellent companion project to our wine projects. Measures 11 inches high.
A great way to use up those scrap wood small pieces of lumber, why not scrollsaw a candle! This scroll saw silhouette pattern is a good woodworking plan for beginners to practice cutting tight spots and quick turns.
A very simple project to build and one that you can build on. Make as many panels as you want and arrange them in whatever way pleases you. You can make your own candle cups from blocks of wood or buy some. Scrap wood is all you need! Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
Why not scrollsaw a Christmas stocking to make good use of your scrap wood pile! This scroll saw silhouette pattern is a good woodworking plan for beginners to practice cutting tight spots and quick turns.
Light up your home while setting the mood for devotion, meditation or prayer. Box cover lifts off for extra votive candle storage. Five different crosses adorn front and back. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Box measures 5-1/4 inches high x 19 inches wide.
Graceful caribou and moose adorn this stately northwoods candle holder. Make two of the same animal or one of each as pictured. Looks spectacular in 3/4 inch thick oak with 1/4 inch thick oak overlays. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Measures 10-3/4 inches high x 24 inches wide.
These tulip shaped candle holders make a great gift. Armed with a degree in woodworking and furniture design from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mark Burhans headed for the lathe to put his knowl...
This made-in-a-weekend gift will brighten the day of the recipient, but you get something out of it, too: use a for some small scraps too good to throw out. In our stash of cutoffs, we found maple and wenge. The sizes for these candleholders are 7 inches, 5 inches and 3 inches tall.
With just a roughing gouge, a squarenose scraper, and a parting tool you can create these eye-catching off-kilter candleholders. The secret to the out-of-the-ordinary profile is turning several cylinders on a single blank, each on a different axis. If that sounds tricky, follow along as we show you just how easy it is.
Both decorative and functional, this antique design retains its warm glow and pleasant appearance. Back when candles were relied on for nighttime illumination, a stand like this one proved indispensab...
Combine salvaged bits of exotic wood with leftover hardwood scraps to give this votive candleholder a special glow. The legs require so little wood, you can splurge on exotics such as wenge or mahogany. It also looks great make with a single wood species.
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