Easy DIY Rosemary Clay Pot Candle Holder

Easy DIY Rosemary Clay Pot Candle Holder

I love bringing the outdoors in, and these little Rosemary pots are a creative way to spice up your winter decor.

Supplies

3″Grapevine Wreaths 

Small Grapevine Wreath

You can also purchase at a craft store like Hobby Lobby.

Grapevine Wreaths

3.5″ Clay Pots- Make sure the pots are 3.5″ inches tall because the candle votives are 3″ in height.

The ones I have pictured are sold out, but the same pot is available in a purple color which I also love.

Wakefiled 6 Piece Pot Set

Here are some other clay pot options.

Terra Cotta Clay Pot

Valencia Round Pot 

Samll Pots

3″ Candle Votives – My favorites are the battery operated Luminara votives.

The candlelight on these look so real!

Luminara Votive Candle – Set of 2

Votive Candles

Fresh Rosemary from the garden – Make sure you cut at least a 10″ long clipping.

If you don’t have a Rosemary shrub in your garden, I recommend you get one. We take cuttings from ours all the time for cooking and craft projects. Rosemary is also an excellent shrub to have in the garden to repel mosquitos!!

Rosemary

Steps

  1. Once you have gathered all of your supplies, put the batteries in the candles and set the timer to the desired setting.
  2. Place the candle votive in the pot.
  3. Take your Rosemary clipping and wrap it around the wreath. Use the end of the rosemary and push it between the wreath to secure in place. (You can also use a glue gun to secure in place by placing a small dab of glue on the bottom of the wreath).
  4. Place the wreath on top of the pot and you have a DIY candle holder that will make the house smell great!   
DIY Candle Holder

I also love to use these to create a fun tablescape when I have company coming over.

Easy DIY Rosemary Clay Pot Candle Holder
DIY Candle Holder

I hope I have inspired you to find fun ways to add candlelight to your home. With a few fresh clippings from the garden and some clay pots, you can spice up your winter decor by bringing the outdoors in. 

Jamie

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Comments (15)

  • this is genius idea, my mum and mother in law would love this diy dfntly recommending your site. sad to say i can’t do this in my house, too small and no spaces

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  • Omg what a cute craft!!!! And it looks easy enough for anyone to do which is an awesome thing!!! Must make!

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  • These rosemary clay pot candle holders look so beautiful and elegant! These would be perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas tablescapes too!

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  • I think it’s really pretty and easy to make. This is very creative as well. I like that you picked rosemary! I’m sure this one smells amazing as well!

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  • That is a great way to make something that seems ordinary – so much more extraordinary. I love it – it would make a great centerpiece on any table.

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  • This is so pretty! Great directions, will be easy to do myself.

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  • I love this type of home decoration, I like to create my own pieces!

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  • I really like this! Now I’m thinking about making this, it’s really nice 🙂 Great tip!

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  • I love things like this but never know where to start with making them so thankyou! Cant wait to give it a try

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  • These are really creative! I love those DIY’s candle holder I adore it so much!

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  • I absolutely adore this! I bet my girls will want to recreate this, thank you, bookmarked!

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  • Lovely idea but probably not this year due to very full schedule. Love how you’re using rosemary from your garden & hope it inspires others to do the same …

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  • This looks like such an easy project and so beautiful. Thank you for posting the step by step. I will definitely be trying this out for my own home decor.

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  • How pretty is this?! A perfect winter decoration. Bet the rosemary smells amazing too!

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  • What an easy but creative way to spice up your living room! This would really suit my decor as well.

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