Each of these Christmas candles only cost a couple dollars to make and take less than a couple minutes to make! I got ALL the supplies for these Christmas candles at the Dollar Tree.
- Mini Stocking Ornament
- Tall Jar Candle
- White Pillar Candle
- Snowflake Duct Tape
- Red Candle
- Green Twine
- Snowflake Stickers
- LED White Pillar Candle
- Mini Red Bow (left over from last project)
- Burlap (left over from previous projects)
Total Cost: $8
Plus, I have plenty of supplies leftover for more projects.
To put make these items, I only needed a mini glue gun, which you can get at Walmart for $3 with a pack of glue sticks for $1. Only two of the projects needed glue though.
Mini Stocking + Tall White Jar Candle (Cost – $2)
I was surprised that the mini stocking fit the candle so perfectly!
I wasn’t expecting that when I thought of the idea.
All I did was cut the the bottom part of the stocking off and slipped it on!
Snowflake Duct Tape + Peppermint Pillar Candle (Cost – $2)
Just wrap the tape around the candle. Super easy!
You can also do the same thing with Christmas ribbons, but you’ll need glue for that.
Dollar Tree has a large assortment of ribbons.
Red & Green Candle
Green Twine + Red Candle + Mini Red Bows (Cost – $2.05)
I had the bows left over from the last project.
There were a 18 in the pack for $1 so one bow is about $0.05
Glue the twine to the back of the candle and wrap around to get the desired length.
Then, glue the bow onto the twine.
Burlap Snowflake Candle
Burlap Ribbon + LED White Pillar Candle + Snowflake Stickers (Cost – $2)
I already had the burlap ribbon left over from other projects;
Dollar Tree sells a 9 foot spool for $1!
Just wrap the burlap ribbon around the candle and glue in place. Attach the snowflake sticker over the burlap. Don’t use a glue gun on the snowflake. It will melt the plastic. If you have issues with the snowflakes sticking to the burlap, you could use invisible tape.