Tealight candle glass


Hello guys…

First, I’m so sorry for my second post late. Yep that’s all know, it quite a bit busy for assignment in this period, anyway, please continue to follow my post.

This post, I tried to look for something that it’s not useful for my house and I found a lot of small glasses that I never use and now I want to change it for decorate my house.

First of all, I wanna say, I love an aroma and candle light, I always turn on an aroma candle when take a bath or sleeping time, so I got idea to DIY, change these small glasses become to ‘Tealight candle glass’.

 Tealight candle glass’s materials

  • Small clear glasses that you didn’t want them anymore
  • Candle
  • Color stone (Can buy at Daiso or Stationary shop)
  • Handicraft Glue
  • Color that you want
  • Sponge


Let’s start…  

First begin to clean and make your glasses clear, then prepare your materials as a list above, I would like said some material you can find so easily at Daiso, stationary shop or at home.


Second step, I start to stick handicraft glue around the glass, then I take a slightly damp sponge. This step please be careful, don’t need to use a lot of water, just a little bit is enough.

After that, I take a damp sponge dipped in color and lightly tinted round a glass about 2-3 times or do it again until you can see color clearly and left it dry.


After color dry, you can put another color into it again, like a mix color together, however it depend on your idea that how to decorate it more beautiful?


Finally, I put the color stone into the glasses nearly full, after that follow with candle into glass, this step you can select the color of stone that you like, for me, I have the green and blue color at home but I think if I use a white color, it may be look better.

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Yeah, finish…

What do you think about this project, Is it not you hard, right? I think you can do at home by yourself. Just find something that you don’t need and change it with your ideas, you may make another one like this or thinking the new idea and make it.

However, if you get some idea that interesting for DIY, please sharing your ideas with me.

Next, I’ll come with another idea that amazing, don’t forget to follow it. Thanks ^^


17 thoughts on “Tealight candle glass

  1. Hi Sasi,
    I really like the way you present steps with the picture. This is a great post, keep the good work and I’m looking forward to your next post.



  2. Hi Sasi,
    I really like the way you present the steps with the picture. This is a great post, keep the good work and I’m looking forward to your next post.



  3. Hi Sasi,
    What a great idea! They look so beautiful! I can imagine these would look so beautiful on a table at a dinner party or just around the house on a cold Melbourne night. Thank you for sharing! I love that you had step by step instructions and that you had photos to show each step. It helped me understand how to do each step and helped me realise that its easy and fun to do.
    I look forward to reading more of your posts and getting more ideas

    – Kim 🙂

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  4. Hi, Sasi.

    Wow – these tealight candle glasses look so beautiful! I’ve seen articles about making them before. In those articles, they suggested the readers to glue some ‘glitter powder’ onto the glasses. Maybe you can use this tip for your next craft project. 🙂

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    • Oh great ‘glitter power’, it’s a good idea. I’ve also ever seen before but never think about it. Thanks for share your idea.


  5. Not too much Madelyn, Most of all I used the material that I’ve already had at home, but if you have anythink, maybe not over 5 per each. Thanks


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