How To Make Easter Egg Candle Sticks Using Dollar Store Items

Shelly L Nemeth
by Shelly L Nemeth
6 Materials
$10
30 Minutes
Easy

This easy egg candle holder is great to add some height to your Easter decor. I think it's the perfect additon and adds a great touch!

Have a look below at how I made them and let me know what you think.

What you’ll need:

Plastic white eggs

Shish kebab skewers

Wooden beads

Wood slices

Drill

Glue gun

Find the center point of the wood slice and drill a hole half way though. The hole needs to be large enough for the skewer to fit in. This piece will be your base.


Get some non-candy egg ideas for this year's egg hunt.

Drill through all of the eggs from the top to the bottom. Leave one egg without a hole in the top. This will be the egg that sits at the top.

Now put the skewer though the eggs.

Add a pattern of wood beads in between the eggs. I used one in between each egg but you can add however many you like.

Once the eggs are all on the skewer, glue a wood slice onto the top egg.

Here are two I made. I made them different heights to look like a set.

Add a a bunny for a cute display!

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Enjoy!

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  • Mandy Brown Mandy Brown on Feb 23, 2021

    This is so cute! I guess you could use any plastic Easter eggs and paint them white, right? I'm thinking those small square wooden blocks from the Dollar Tree would be cute as beads between as well. Thanks for sharing!!

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