It’s very easy to make an elegant teacup candelabra. I made this one last year and just found the pics as I was going through some files… and I realized that I never posted it.
Better late than never… right?
The hardest part about this teacup candelabra project was finding the pieces to put it together.
I shared this thrifted vintage candelabra in a thrifted finds post a couple of years ago.
I gave it two coats of white spray paint love using Krylon white dual paint and primer combo.
Then, using Marine GOOP adhesive, I simply glued on some glass chandelier bowls from my stash, added some glass chandelier crystals, and glued on the teacups.
Now don’t freak out on me, but these are Royal Albert Old Country Roses teacups.
Aren’t they beautiful!
You could of course use mismatched teacups too, whatever you like really.
And there you have it… an easy to put together teacup candelabra. And it cost me about $10.
You could use tealights or if you have glass candle holders that are small enough to fit inside the teacups regular candles could also be used, but not in my house of 4 cats.
I love the look of teacups, but I never use them… I’m a mug girl myself. So for me it’s OK to love them as a candelabra rather than letting them sit in my china cabinet while they collect dust. Oh how I hate dusting. lol. The important thing is that they are being enjoyed for their beauty.
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on.