She presses a wood piece to a thrift store frame and wait until you see what she does in her dining room!

 

We put together these quick wall sconces to hold our battery powered candles.

 

 

diy wall sconce

 

diy wall sconce

 
Materials
 

diy wall sconce

 
Mark where to trim the wood piece, cut with saw (we used a miter saw).
Glue this wood piece in place with RapidFuse glue.
 

diy wall sconce

 
Cut the circle to fit the frame when it’s against the wall.
 

diy wall sconce

 
Glue and clamp into place. You could also add a few nails thought the top for extra support.
 

diy wall sconce

 
Spray paint and let dry. Add a picture hanger if your frame did not have one.
 

diy wall sconce

 
Because we had all the supplies on hand that we needed, this was a quick project to complete. These are a modern take on traditional wall scones but utilizing battery operated/remote controlled candles!
 

 

Materials I used for this project:

2 matching frames   (Thrift)

2 wood craft rounds   (Hobby Lobby)

Thin scrap wood

RapidFuse glue   (Amazon)

2 Luminara candles   (JoAnn)

Spray Paint

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