Copper pipe is a gorgeous material for adding glamour and grit to your wedding styling. It’s easily available and, while not cheap, it will add an industrial feel to your table landscape that is entirely original.
What You Will Need:
- Head to your local hardware store to see what they have in stock. We’ve used four ‘basin tees’ and four matching fittings
- We didn’t use any fixant, however, if you’re going to be using your copper pipe candelabra for years to come, consider a strong hold glue
Step 1. Are you ready for the fastest tutorial ever?! After you’ve wandered the aisles for copper pieces, you may have come up with a different design, shape, or pieces, so be creative! The longest part of this process will likely be removing the barcode stickers from the pipe. Once that is done, lay out how you’d like the copper piping to fit together. If you’re using glue, make extra sure the piping is clean and dry, before following the packet instructions.
Step 2. Fit the copper piping together, and, hey presto! You’ve DIY’d a snazzy candelabra that will last forever! Pat yourself on the back, and find some lovely taper candles to finish off the quickest DIY ever!
About Ms Honeycomb: My heart and home in Scotland and Australia, I am a florist, flower lover, writer, baker, stylist and sew-er of lovely things, with my darling toddler forever keeping me on my toes!
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