Create a holiday candle wrap using polymer clay and stamps.
Borrow this look from ancient times today - moss represents life, "stone" represents strength, and the sun face represents wisdom. What more do you need?
Use these package candleholders for a gathering such as a baby shower or bridal shower. They make for great decoration pieces and they light up the room.
Make a lemon-scented candle which looks just like a real lemon. Use as decorative accents, fun dinner party pieces or give as gifts.
Make your holiday season bright. These snowball candleholders will lighten up every room. Using velvet petals, paints, glitter and of course candles you can create a great holiday candleholder.
You can use excess wax to create tealights, which are essential for home decor. If you make candles for sale, you can create tealights to display sample colors or scents to customers.
Take your family country-side with this Amish leaf candle holder. This cheap candle holder is truly a perfect wedding gift. The design will shine in any home, and it is such a cute addition to any room in the home!
Add glittery highlights to this autumn-colored leaf candle ring in gold, red, orange and green.
At the beginning of winter, create some fun and easy snowball candles. These make playful gifts or decorative accents at the holidays.
Capture the beauty of falling leaves with a homemade paper wrap for a pillar candle. Starting with seasonal napkins makes this project a snap.