EASY CHRISTMAS CANDLE DIY

4 Materials
$16
20 Minutes
Easy

Hello friends. The Christmas decorating season has officially begun and I am ready to create, inspire and decorate. One of my favorite ways to add warmth and ambiance in our home is by incorporating candles.


Today, I am happy to share this fun and easy winter holiday candle DIY that I think would be great in any area of your home this holiday season. They look so beautiful when lit and with just a few holiday touches! And if you’re anything like me, the holiday season is that time of the year when you don't mind doing a DIY that is fun, unique and truly beautiful.

Today, I am happy to share this fun and easy winter holiday candle DIY that I think would be great in any area of your home this holiday season. They look so beautiful when lit and with just a few holiday touches! And if you’re anything like me, the holiday season is that time of the year when you don't mind doing a DIY that is fun, unique and truly beautiful.

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

  1. Corrugated Zinc Metal Cylinder Pots/Vases (I bought mine at Joann Fabrics but you can use any container you already own.)Floral Foam ( I bought mine from the Dollar Store)Spanish Moss (I bought mine from the Dollar Store)Candles Knife (To cut foam)

What To Do:

  1. Place floral foam in pots. Make sure to leave about 1/2 inch from the top.
  1. Place candle in center of pots.Add Spanish moss around the entire vase/pot to cover any of the exposed foam.

Add a few seasonal accents and you are done.

I hope I have inspired you today. This is a fun project and relatively easy project that add lots of Christmas charm to your home.


Have fun creating....




Janet

Rosemary & Thyme

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