These glass pieces were created with found objects and they remind me of lighthouses and obelisks. They may be used as decorative table top pieces indoors or out. They may even be used out in the garden for a bit of whimsy and sparkle. The base of this piece is a candle holder I flipped upside down and then placed an interesting glass upside down. The center strip is frosted. Atop the glass sits a flat slab of paperweight glass.Lastly, a small ginger jar lid from a candle make the top.
This piece reminds me of both an obelisk and a lighthouse. The base is an old candle holder with another upside down glass. This glass originally held a Mexican sauce and was purchased at the grocery store. The third piece is a votive candle holder with an empty wallflower container from Bath and Body Works.
This last item is most definitely an obelisk. The base is a vintage dessert cup turned upside down with an upside down lemon curd jar placed on top. First I filled the jar with some glass gems I bought several years ago on clearance. Then I placed a small tea light candle holder and a pump soap dispenser in the stack. Here again I placed glass gems in the soap dispenser. The top is a frosted glass wallflower from a Bath and Body Works store.
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