Making Candles (25 DIY Decorative tutorials).
I love candles. The warmth and affection you get at home from candles is amazing. Did you know, making candles is actually really easy. And here you will find some really cool candle making and decorating tutorials that are fun to try with your kids as well.
How about a tutorial to turn a simple Candle into a Decorative Holiday Home Accent? or making candles for your loved ones?
Handmade gifts are always more special!
Let’s start this round up of Candles made with Gel wax, Paraffin wax, Beeswax wax, Crayons and even Tissue Paper.
Learn to make gel candles with this DIY tutorial.
Make this interesting ice candle using a Milk Carton.
Recycle bottle caps into making candles. All you need is wicks and pour wax on them. And you’re candles are ready.
Seashell tea lights
Simply put the wick in the center and pour the paraffin wax. Just like the bottle caps.
Wrap basic white pillar candles with printable paper. A quick decorative candle idea (find free printables also).
Transfer ink from printed tissue paper onto candles using hair dryer and parchment paper.
Mason Jar Candles
Great handmade gift Idea. Recycle mason jars into making decorative candles. Think about all the creative ways you can decorate them with!
Making candles using Soy by recycling tin cans.
Fun idea to use orange peel into making tea lights.
Salt Pillar Candles
Crayon dipped candles
Dip candle in melted crayons for this fun effect.
Candles as handmade gifts
Engage in an activity to draw on tissue paper with markers. And transfer ink onto candles using blow dryer.
Easy DIY candles
Make decorative candles using ceramic pieces, wax and candle wick.
Creative smart idea.
Even kids can make this candle.
Tree Shaped Candles
Make candles in different shapes using molds.
Make beeswax egg candle using plastic eggs for Easter.
Make candles by using seashells and other objects as molds.
Embellished Spring Candles
Decorated with doily (left), painted cork pads (center) and tissue paper confetti (right) glued on candle sticks.
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