Diy Laced Cement Votives
Etched Glassware Reuse glassware as candleholders by etching it with pretty motifs. Following manufacturer's instructions, etch glassware with etching cream, add a candle, and enjoy the glow. Get instructions for Marbled Pillar Candles.
Artistic Illumination Turn simple glass votive holders into mini works of art with alternating strips of ribbon. Attach the ribbons with decoupage medium, layering ribbons as desired.
Metallic Candles Set a romantic scene with candles flickering behind silvery glass. Starting with plain cylinder cases or hurricanes, create designs with crafts store stickers, such as airy snowflakes and swirling Victorian motifs. In a well-ventilated area, spray the vases with silver metallic paint. When dry, peel off the stickers.
How to Make Container Candles
Tea Tin Candles Recycle graphic tea tins by turning them into decorative candles.
Tin Can Tea Light Holder
More ideas or soup cans, candle idea is good but I was thinking of the carry case where you could take away soups using it.
DIY rustic tree branch candle holders. Tells you how to make them yourself, and also shares a link to an Etsy site that has them if you'd rather buy!
Country Candle Display Pretty buttons in creamy white surround a beeswax candle to make a cozy display on a holiday table. Use a clear antique dish for continued country charm.
Pinecone Candle Vine How To
Transferring Ink to Candles Making personalized candles is easier than you think. Today with some help from the kids we made some candles to give to my parents on Valentine's Day.
Getting Started with Making Pillar Candles
How to Make Container Candles
Wax Melting Instructions for candle making
Hand Dipped Tapers Tapers are one of the oldest forms of candles. These instructions will guide you through the process of making hand-dipped taper candles. We've also included a number of common wax formulas to get you started.
Stacked Pillar Candle An easy way to use up leftover wax and make a beautiful and unique candle.
Candle Making Tips How many times have you made a candle and wondered why it’s cracked, has bubbles, won’t burn to the edge or has gone cloudy? And this is just the start … !
Beachside Comes Inside How to Make It: 1. Start with a large, shallow glass bowl. 2. Create a center mound of sand, leaving a ring of glass showing, and place a large shell in the center. 3. Pour a small amount of sand into clamshells and nestle votive candles inside. 4. Arrange the clamshells around the large shell, and accent with smaller shells.
Beachside Comes Inside Elements of the beach are captured in this easy-to-make candle display. Change the shells from time to time to refresh the display. How to Make It: 1. Start with a large, shallow glass bowl. 2. Create a center mound of sand, leaving a ring of glass showing, and place a large shell in the center. 3. Pour a small amount of sand into clamshells and nestle votive candles inside. 4. Arrange the clamshells around the large shell, and accent with smaller shells.
Seashell Candles Clean shells and let dry. Melt small chunks of a paraffin block or old candle stubs in the top of a double boiler. Cover the work surface with plastic or newspaper. Slowly and carefully pour melted wax into shells. Quickly put a wick in the center of the wax. Let cool about 30 minutes. Never leave burning candles unattended
Easy craft project: Make goblet candles Step 1. After cleaning the goblets with metal polish and a clean cloth, we followed the directions on the package of Microwaveable Soy Wax for Containers (by Yaley; $6.99 for 1 lb.; from
Snowflake Candle Decor Secure mini snowflake ornaments to a large red candle using white map push pins -- or any short pin with a round white head. Use additional pins as polka dots. Nestle the candle in a plate or decorative bowl filled with Epsom salts to simulate snow.