DIY Herb Holder for Your Kitchen

We’re working on cooking more these days and I made this DIY herb holder to motivate us to use fresh ingredients! You’ll never believe what I used –  a serving tray and metal candle holders! I used bright colors to go with the theme of our kitchen and added chalkboard clips for the labels.

First glue the candle holders to the tray.

Let them dry for an hour. Use masking tape to hold them in place, if needed.

Spray paint the background, let dry.

Then spray paint the front and add accents if you want. Let dry! DO NOT spray inside the candle holders, that is where the herbs go.

Now, about these herbs. I used all of these for the photo, but really, only pull what you need from your garden. 

You can hang this on your kitchen wall to keep your herbs out of the way while you cook.

If these candleholders are too big, you can also use votive holders, they are much smaller! Thanks for checking out my project! Happy cooking!

Love & light,

2 Responses

  1. Did you include the pot the plants came in? Or how do you keep the soil from spilling out the sides of the container?

Leave a Reply

Kathy Cano-Murillo

Let’s connect!

Hi, I’m Kathy, The Crafty Chica! My specialty is creative motivation. I’m an artist, author, and speaker and this is where I share my craft tutorials, artwork, articles, books, product lines, and workshops!

Let’s work together! Check out my services page HERE.

Amazon Associates Disclosure
Kathy Cano-Murillo is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to
%d bloggers like this: