Well done and thank you to all the WT360 members who submitted work for the April 2021 challenge of ‘Candle’. Here’s the slideshow of their work.
Maple and Wenge
Spalted Maple and Walnut
One 12” and two 6” candle sticks. Natural edge on the bas, all made from yew.
A simple TeaLight holder, from laminated beech and mahogany.
Hi, I made two of these, one is Walnut, and this was beech but I used Jo Sonja paints on it.
T- lights holders. In oke burnt and used embellishing wax.
From left to right. 1 Just figuring out the process. 2 An idea for a goblet tealight holder. 3 trying to be precise and with duplication in mind. 4 just…
Dish from oak, reclaimed from a kitchen worktop, candle from a scrap of laburnum, coloured with HS Intrinsic Flame, dripping wax is 30 minute epoxy, also coloured with HS Flame.
Multi-axis candlestick from laburnum, with cherry base, candle from spalted birch, with HS Intrinsic Flame, Ruby & Honey.
Oak Candlesticks finished in HS High Gloss
Two ‘similar’ candlesticks for the daughters 50th birthday. First attempt at making a pair of anything. Only started turning during COVID but definitely addicted now, such a lot to learn.…
Had a google on candles fpr this months challenge and liked the look of the Victorian bedchamber candle holders. So here my take on that candle theme, A couple of…
A lovely grained piece of Yew turned in to a Tea Light Candle Holder. Finished with several coats of melamine lacquer.
The candle light holder is coloured with Hampshire Sheen’s Intrinsic colour sky blue. The finish is Hampshire Sheen’s Gloss wax
Inspired by Martins use of his H&S ruby & black intrinsic colouring . So had a go at using the colours on a candlestick design. Finished with a gloss lacquer.…
a little interpretation of Candles…….