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.
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...
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...
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.
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.
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.
This scroll saw pattern makes a beautiful fretwork cross which holds a votive candle. You can either use plexiglas behind the cross, or use Envirotex Lite resin to make your own colored background. This project is suitable for a beginner to intermediate scroll sawyer and full instructions are included in this pattern.
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.
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.
Norm had visited a Shaker village in Massachusetts and came back with the idea to build a Shaker-style candle stand table. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
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.