These Citronella candles are a little different from all the others we have blogged about in the past. “Other Citronella Candles”. This version of the candle is rustic and filled with herbs, fruit and oil. These would make lovely …
Wondering what to with the flowers and candles that you received for Valentine’s Day?
Combine them to turn them into a beautiful luminary. Craftbits.com has a great article that shows you how.
Get full details here: Post Valentine’s Day Candle …
Mason Jar’s are still fighting strong when it comes to Crafting trends. It is easy to see why when you look at beautiful, simple ,rustic creations like these. The Mason jars have been painted for a pastel effect making them …
There is something about New Years Eve that allows us to bring out the glitter and pour it onto everything! So it’s only natural that we should add some to candles too right? Use adhesive numbers to create the year …
What a clever idea!
It’s the easiest way to create your own DIY photo stands. All you need are some candles and a craft knife.
Get more details about this clever fix at hometreeatlas: DIY Candle Photo Stands.…
These Pumpkin Candle Holders are the perfect fall-inspired craft and decoration for your coffee or dinner table, and would look beautiful on any festive Thanksgiving table!
You can use real or fake pumpkins.
Get the full details at ShopGirl Maria: …
This easy tutorial explains how to use washi tape and basic candle making materials to create a mini soy candle that is perfect for your desk or as part of a gift.
Simple, quick and beautiful!
Get the details here …
This is a tutorial for a lovely homemade teacup candle.
It is made using a vintage style teacup & saucer from a charity/thrift shop and some old beeswax candles.
Sian used lavender oil & flowers for the scent and she …
In this guide from CraftFoxes, you’ll learn the best formula for making candles that burn evenly for hours.
This tutorial is pretty simple, with pictures for each step.
Get the details at craftfoxes: how to make pillar candles.…
SheKnows has a great tutorial on how to make your own soy candles. This tute was published last year, but only came across my desk now.
It is a great find – detailed and contains a video as well.