Bring a little rustic charm indoors with this easy-to-make horseshoe candleholder. Many of us have some old horseshoes lying around in the garage or shed. Maybe they were acquired from family members over the years, or maybe you just picked up some from a yard sale. Either way, there's something about these useful pieces of iron that bring a little
Adina from Simply Country Life was inspired to use some horseshoes she acquired from her neighbor to create a fun and stylish decorative piece.
All you need to make this cool project is two horseshoes, a plank of wood and some votive candleholders.
To create the holder, simply measure out the bottom of the candleholder, then use a drill to carve out the holes.
Make sure you sand down and coat your plank of wood with protective sealant after you drill the holes. Once that's done, all you need to do is align your horseshoes to the side of the wood with a few screws. Then, just place your candles inside their designated holes, light and enjoy!
For full instructions on how to make this cool candleholder, visit Simply Country Life.