Make a beautiful fall candle holder using only Dollar Tree items! Decor on a budget!
I love fall! It’s my favorite season for so many reasons, but the main reason is because it’s my favorite crafting season! I’m not sure why I enjoy making crafts for fall more than any other time of the year.
To me, fall is the best time to light candles. It was difficult to find exactly what I was looking for when shopping for a fall candle holder so I decided I would make my own; using only items from Dollar Tree.
One of the best things about this candle holder is that you can change the candle out for the seasons. Since the candles are only a dollar, just buy a few so you have extras on hand. It would also be pretty decorated for Christmas by changing the ribbon and adding some tiny ornaments.
What you need:
- glass candle holder
- glass dish
- battery powered candle
- fall ribbon
- jute string
- E6000 adhesive
- spray paint
What you do:
Spray paint the candle holder and dish.
Gather all the materials together.
Hot glue the jute string around the top of the candle holder.
Using the E6000 adhesive, glue the dish to the top of the candle holder.
Glue the ribbon around the battery powered candle.
Put the candle and some embellishments on the candle holder.
Super easy and super cheap!! I love how this fall candle holder turned out! Which is why I love Dollar Tree!
Do you decorate for fall? What is your favorite season to decorate for?
Looking for more fall DIY inspiration?
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