Geometric shapes are very popular today, and many weddings are done using this inspiration. Here’s a simple DIY for such a décor – faceted clay candleholders. The supplies are air hardening clay, tealights, a knife, sandpaper or a nail file. Start by rolling your air hardening clay into a ball. Take a tealight and press it firmly into your ball of clay. To begin making your faceted tealight holder slice into the base of the clay at an angle. Continue to cut around the base until you are happy with the shape. Flip your clay over and this time cut in at an angle from about halfway down towards the counter top. Carry on until you form your geometric shape. To finish the project look here and enjoy your candleholders!