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DIY tables from chargers and candleholders

So what do you do when you can’t get outside and it’s too cold to work in the garage? You work on your pictures. At least that’s what I did. (Now remember, one of my resolutions for 2014 is to learn to take better pictures.The following are not an example of my newly acquired skill!

Anyway, last summer I found two large brass candle holders and two gold plastic chargers. I wish I had pictures of them in the room but the room is a small second story porch off our bedroom. It’s knee deep in snow!

Also, I keep forgetting to take pictures of every little step and every product I used. Seems to me most people can figure it out for themselves but I promise to do better in the future.

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I glued the chargers on the candle holders. Boom! They were done. I should mention that I paid $1:00 for each item. Should also tell you they stand about twenty-four inches tall and are the perfect little accent tables for our porch.

This was one of my most fun projects because I found them all in one day and I didn’t even have to try and figure out how to put them all together. It just seemed to all fir from the beginning. Love times like this.

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  1. I didn’t say what I first thought R & respected ur wish—-shoot me pics and I will comment on them–I take about a thousand a month and getting better at it–paul

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