Error loading player:
No playable sources found
Have some plain candles lying around? Grab a mixer and some wax and try this for the holidays!
Begin by breaking apart and melting the wax. You will want to purchase pillar wax as opposed to paraffin wax because you will want it to be able to hold it's shape.
Once the wax has melted, pull it off the heat & let it cool for about 15-20 minutes. Be sure to make sure it doesn't harden - you are just wanting it to cool down.
Step 2: Add Scent
Next, add a scent if desired. You can purchase candle scents in the candle making section of any craft store.
Step 3: Mix
After that, grab a hand mixer and begin mixing the wax. Don't worry about ruining your mixer - you can melt the wax right off by throwing it in the dishwasher.
Step 3: Apply
Following that, grab a round candle and apply your wax using a spoon, and your hands. You will definitely want to lay something down to protect your surface as this can get messy! You can purchase round candles at a craft store or at the dollar store.
These candles are such a cute way to add a winter touch to any decor!
Continue to do this until it's the consistency of thick whipped cream it will be able to stand up on it's own.
Repeat this as many times as you want & let dry
Make a centerpiece, dress up a shelf or some holiday candle sticks - the possibilities are endless! These also make the perfect gift and can be used all winter long!
Step 1: Melt & Mix
First, melt & mix the candles the same way we did with the snowball candles.
Have some flameless candles lying around? Try this!
Step 2: Apply
Next, grab your flameless candles & apply.
Want some sparkle in your decor this winter? Add some white glitter! You can also add colored glitter for a funky look!
Repeat this as many times as you want & let dry!
These snow mound candles add such a cozy touch to any room and since they're flameless - they'll last forever!
I hope this inspires you to create your very own snowball candles this winter!
Happy holidays, see you in my next video!
I love recycling wine bottles and have been know to rescue them out of other people's trash! I'm...