Every year in late summer or early autumn we cut off dead and superfluous branches from our deciduous trees in the garden. Especially at this time you can still see exactly which branches still have leaves and which don’t. Thin branches and twigs up to 30 mm thick are usually sent through the shredder and processed into mulch. Thicker branches are sawn up and used to heat the fireplace. As a fan of autumn decorations, I love to make decorative things out of natural materials that are also useful at the same time. The round shape of the branches inspired me to make candle holders out of them. Many of these branches still have a bark or bark. I looked for a piece of branch that she had already lost because the grain of the wood comes out better. Not only do the candle holders look very pretty, but they are easy to make and basically free!