Apples are in season, and they just so happen to make adorable––not to mention budget-friendly––candle-holders. We saw this simple craft listed for Halloween, but we think it can be used for so much more. Place them on windowsills and mantels for a unique way to cast a glow and usher in fall. Use them in a bowl or on a plate for a unique centerpiece for Thanksgiving. Or place some loose greenery around it for a red and green Christmas display.
Skill level: Beginner
Steel tub filled with water (optional)
Black permanent marker
Craft or paring knife
1. Place an apple in tub to see how it floats; mark dot at center top. Repeat for all apples.
2. Center tea light over dot; trace outline with knife, cutting as deep as tea light depth.
3. Scoop out marked area; slice apple within marked area to make it easier to scoop.
4. Squeeze lemon juice over cut surface of each apple.
5. Place tea lights in holes; place in tub, if using, and light votives.
craft from: womansday.com