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How To Make A Cinnamon Stick Tea Light Holder (Video)

Updated: Jun 6, 2019

If you have ever wanted to know how to make a cinnamon stick tea light holder, then this tutorial and video will show you how!

If you want to use products in the video and tutorial, they are available in the affiliate links below.

Items needed:-

Glue Gun

Extra Glue Sticks

Cinnamon Sticks

Festive Ribbon

Glass jar/glass vessel

Step By Step Guide

Make sure your work surface is covered so you don't damage it from any residue glue.

Preheat your glue gun according to the manufacturers instructions.

When using the glue gun take care that you do not burn your fingers.

Use a thin strip of glue along the back of the cinnamon sticks, and carefully place onto the glass/jar. It is good to use different sized cinnamon sticks and leave gaps, so that the light can show through.

Once the cinnamon sticks have been placed on the glass, place your festive ribbon round it.

I do not glue my ribbon to the vessel, as I can then change the ribbon for the different occasions throughout the year.

Another tip, is that I use tea lights that compliment the cinnamon smell. Using a scent like our orange and fig tea lights is a nice combination.

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