So I wasn't even too keen to check out my new home but had enough time and patience to decorate since a new room is like a blank canvas, you can let out your creativity by arranging old and new stuff.
I always used different bottles as vases liking the whole look of not trying too hard, but my mother brought back the idea of using the iconic Campari bottles as candles: Quickly made and a nice present for a (late summer) party...
Important side note: I am in no way sponsored by Campari, I do not even like drinking it, this tutorial is made due to one reason: I like the bottle design in combination with the red liquid. End of story.
What we need:
a bottle Campari
red lamp oil
wick and wick holder for candles (the latter can be found in decoration stores or crafting supply shops)
2. Fill the red lamp oil into your empty and clean bottle.
3. Put your wick into the liquid by supporting it with the wick holder, allow the oil to infuse for a few hours. Light your Campari candle.
And that's it. I know, not the most challenging tutorial, but it looks quite nice, especially when you light it in the dark. Plus I will hopefully be able to finally post my late September favorites this Sunday, so stay tuned for that.