Happy Tuesday! I’m excited to welcome Love by Lynzie and Richelle Hunter who’ve teamed up to grace us with some fabulous DIY projects. Here’s the first..you’ll love it!

The budget friendly luminaries can be used as votives, table numbers or signs and add a little sparkle to your table scapes and walkways. You’ll need tin cans of varying sizes, spray paint in your choice of colour, a large, sturdy nail, a hammer, tealight candles and a lighter. For colours, we used Krylon’s quick dry spray paint in Pistachio and Ivory.

This DIY is captured by Richelle Hunter 

DIY Project: Tin Can Luminaries

DIY Project: Tin Can Luminaries - supplies

DIY tin can luminaries supplies

DIY Project: Tin Can Luminaries - step one

After cleaning your cans of any excess labelling or glue, spray evenly with the spray paint. Let stand for about 15 minutes or until dry.

spray paint tin can DIY luminaries

DIY Project: Tin Can Luminaries - step two

Draw out a pattern on your can using a pencil. Holding the nail firmly in place above the pattern, begin to punch holes into the can using the hammer and nail.

DIY luminaries tin can candles steps

DIY tin can luminaries

DIY Project: Tin Can Luminaries - step three

Light a tealight candle and gently place in the centre of your luminary.

tea lights in painted tin cans DIY project

DIY Project: Tin Can Luminaries - step four

Line walkways, aisles, and tables as you see fit!

DIY tin can candle holders

All photography by Richelle Hunter. Concept and styling by Love by Lynzie. I hope you liked this DIY Project on Tin Can Luminaries.