Summertime DIY! Make a Film Candle Holder in 3 Steps
Poor, neglected photo negatives. Ever since digital photography has come into play, these photographic beings have lost their heyday and are quite the endangered species in the photography world. Well, neglect them no further—time to use those negatives for something positively enlightening! Brighten up their lives—and yours—by using them to make a lightbox-esque candle holders! It’s a super simple and fun way to dress up your candle lights for these lovely summer nights! How to Make a Film Negative Candle Holder! p.s. Why So Negative? Since they’re transparent, photo negatives are best viewed with some sort of light behind ‘em, and candlelight works perfectly to illuminate the different photos found on a negative roll. So why leave your photo negatives to the dust bunnies when they could be showcased using just a few additional materials? It’s a quick and easy way to personalize the rather plain glass candle holders—and makes a neat conversation piece, too! And hey—no negatives?
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