You will need: 15mm Copper Pipe, cut into 1 x 18cm, 1 x 13cm, 2 x 11cm, 4 x 4cm, 4 x 2cm. 2 x 15mm equal tee, 8 x 15mm elbow (I only have 4 in the picture, oops), 2 x 22mm x 3/4" female straight top connector, Glue (I used Gorilla Glue), Pipe cutter, pen, ruler, candles.
Step 1: Glue 2 of your 4cm pieces into either side of the equal tee - do this for both equal tee's.
Step 2: Glue your elbow pieces into one end of the 11cm pieces and then the equal tee sections, making a square shape. You will need to make sure your equal tee open section is upwards and straight so that what you connect into it points upwards. You can of course make your measurements for this square base larger or smaller depending on your desired size.
Step 3: Glue one of your candle lengths to a elbow and then one of the 2cm pieces on the other end, before adding another elbow and 2cm piece to make a bend in the pipe. You can now glue on what will be the candle holder, the straight top connector. You can always get these without the nuts or take them off, but I decided to leave mine on.
Step 4: The last thing to do is glue in both of your tall lengths into the equal tee that is pointing upwards and you are done.
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Please note: The materials were bought with a B&Q gift voucher but they did not recommend products or have any influence on what I made with it. Thank you B&Q!
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