Easy Seasonal Candle Holder
This project is very easy, inexpensive, and changeable with every season! You only need a few items – a candle holder, window clings, and light source. This will make a great for a gift idea, crafting night, kid’s project, etc.
You will need:
A candle holder or recyclable jar. (I got mine from a garage sale, but have seen them at Walmart)
A tealight or battery operated tea light. (Dollar Tree)
Seasonal Window Clings (Dollar Tree)
I am using fall leaves so that I can use these all season.
I placed a window cling on each side of this candle holder. This one has 4 window clings, but you could put several smaller window clings on them if you wanted.
Pick a lighting source of your choice, you can add a tealight candle or battery operated tealight.
Put your light source inside, light it and that is all there is too it!
This is an adaptable project for every season. You can buy different window clings for every season and change it up. How versatile and easy is that?
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So adorable. I love this simple things that I can do with my grandkiddo’s.
Thank you and I love that you make things with your grand kids! 🙂
So adorable. I love these simple things that I can do with my grandkiddo’s.
Thanks Linda and I’d love to see how this turns out with the kids. I’m sure they’ll have a ton of fun.
What a great idea! So simple too!
I do have a question: will the heat from the candle “melt” or make the cling slip?
Thank you and that’s a great question. I didn’t have any trouble with regular window clings. If using the gel window clings, I might suggest a fake tea light to be safe.
What a great idea! I love to do simple crafts sometimes. And they look beautiful lit up!
Thank you so much Lynnae, and I’m thrilled you like simple crafts too 🙂