Friday, April 20, 2012

Hanging Chandeliers

Collect at least a dozen small jars of jam or honey, around their heads a few times 0.5 mm thick, wrap the wire and the wire of the same make up the handle as in Fig. 
To get an even better effect, get a glass or plastic crystals and hang them with wire below the candlesticks. Candlesticks hang on chains that you can buy in stores for furnishing your home or garden or hardware stores, and hang them to the desired location.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Candles into the Shells

If you picked yourself shells, boil them in water with bleach and leave them to dry. To create a candle from the shells you can use old candle wax or paraffin wax. Melt the wax in the container, which preferably has a "notch" for easier pouring. If the shell is not stable on a flat surface, place the cup on to the establish before pouring the wax.

Cut the wick of a candle in length between five and seven inches(depending on the depth of shells) and attach it to a metal wick holder. When you have poured the wax into a shell, right at the bottom of the longest part of the shell put the wick holder, making sure not to burn yourself. If a metal wick holder can not sink, help you with a wooden toothpick. When the wax is completely cooled, you can use spark plug.