Washi Tape and Tealight Candles

Anima Girish
by Anima Girish
Here is a simple DIY that adds a ton of charm to your dinner table or evening tea. It doesn't take much effort and you probably have the supplies already in hand.

Teal Light Candles

Washi Tape

It is a simple process - the idea is to cover the regular plane Jane tealight candles with pretty tape and you are done and ready for next dinner party or a beautiful yet very regular supper with family. You can also place them in a regular candle holder for added safety.
Simple job with least amount of effort but adds a ton of charm to your evenings, right! Let simple be new pretty! So have you started working on your resolutions? what are your goals this brand new year? Share with this community, let us have some fun.
Anima Girish
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  • Linda Linda on Nov 28, 2016
    I love your idea! Isn't washi tape the greatest thing since sliced bread? Will the washi tape catch fire if the flame from the candle touches it? I'm just wondering if it's safe for me to leave one burning in the bathroom, where I can't monitor it closely. Thanks.

  • Alexandra Benicy Alexandra Benicy on Dec 13, 2016
    What is washi tape and where do I buy it

  • Peggy Peggy on Dec 28, 2018

    how did u decorate with flowers

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  • Kro7658214 Kro7658214 on Aug 29, 2017
    I'm so jealous of those who have creative ideas. But glad you're willing to share. Thank you so much!! Great idea. Beautiful!!

  • Mary Mary on Aug 31, 2017
    I tried this, but the washi tape wouldn't stick to the metal. I ended up having to add some double sided adhesive.