One ought just be able to drop a candle in and have the candle remain straight and steady.
So I desgined a candle holder to do just that from re-purposed materials.
It will take less than 15 minutes, even if one is slow
Step 1: Materials
Hot Melt Glue
Approximately 15 cm of 1 inch /2.5cm white PVC pipe, preferably used from a remodel or scrap.
A few inches of foli ( Optional)
Paint ( highly optional)
Hack saw for cutting PVC pipe
( Or pipe cutting tool )
Miter box, (not required, but highly recommended )
Rasp or file
Hot Melt Glue Gun , plugged in and starting to melt the glue.
Step 2: Optional Step: Paint or Sand The Pipe
Or at least sand off any printing that may be oin the pipe.
Step 3: Cut a 4 cm Piece of PVC Pipe
Use asaw and miter box or a pipe cutter
Make the cut square or the candle will tilt..
(Before starting the cut, make sure that the glue gun is plugged in so there is no waiting for the gun to heat up)
After cutting, check the cut to make sure it is square.
Use the rasp or file to file away the bur and to make the cut square if it is not already so,.
Put away the remaining piece of pipe for another day.
The reason a 15 cm piece was listed was to make it easy to handle the pipe
Step 4: Apply Hot Melt Glue To CD
Place the CD shiny side up
When the glue is melted, apply a circle of the glue around the center of the CD.
The bead should be about a1 cm thick around the center of the CD
Be generous with the glue.
Be quick to go to the next step.