I began scouring the thrift stores around me for a piece meant for many candles. I found a few I liked, but this one really spoke to me. I brought it home and cleaned it up. I decided I liked the brown enough to not spray paint it, but I would have thrown on a coat of Oil Rubbed Bronze spray painted if it had needed it.
The first thing you need to do is bend the spokes meant to hold the candle. Using a pair of pliers, bend them against the metal of the candelabra, this will give you a flat surface to glue your jars.
Then you need to decide what kind of container works best for your particular piece. I tried out a bunch of different options until I found one I loved.
Hot glue a knob on top of your lid and then spray pain the lid with oil rubbed bronze spray paint, or whatever color you need it to be to match your piece.
Fill your jars with your bathroom essentials. I decided I wanted to go with an all white theme in the jars, so I filled them with cotton swabs, make up sponges, bars of white soap, epsom salt and cotton balls.
Hot glue the bottom of your jars to the candelabra and then add it to your bathroom for a fantastic statement piece.