Make these DIY Glitter Christmas Candles with not a single speck of glitter to clean up! They’re perfect for the glitter lover who hates the mess.
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Raise your hand if you love glitter!
Come on…where are you?
I get it.
I don’t love it myself.
But, isn’t is still so pretty and fun?
Hannah – she’s a glitter girl and would have containers of it in every imaginable color if I’d let her.
If you’ve ever had to clean up glitter though – you know!
So imagine my surprise when we were shopping together for a project and she found glitter spray paint.
Yes, it exists!
And this is a glitter I can live with.
It took us no time at all to brainstorm a little glittery DIY Christmas project, and a few supplies later, we were set to go.
I wanted to do something similar to last year’s Christmas stencil project – but with a different word. This year’s word:
Here’s how I added glitter to our Christmas decor without losing my sanity (and you can too). 🙂
I love shopping at The Dollar Tree because they have so many great crafting supplies at a great price!
Aren’t these glass candle holders and pillar candles just perfect for a fun Christmas project? If only you could smell these candles… 🙂
I loved using the square holders because they were so agreeable while taking 4 coats of paint. Each side got four coats, then I rolled it over to the next side and started again.
Yes, I went outside sixteen times to paint these little holders! It was a nice break from housecleaning though. 🙂
And here you can see it in action:
Is that cool or what?
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Next, I pressed a vinyl letter on each candle holder. Thankfully, it’s repositionable, which is necessary for some people.
I’m one of those people.
These vinyls are usually used as they are here (and I made an awesome script K for the back of my phone with this stuff), but I’m using them a little differently in this project.
Here they are with the vinyl adhesive. I think they’re really cute and now I have to get my hands into some more vinyl projects.
But…that’s a project for another day because today is about glitter paint!
After they each had 4 coats of paint, it was time to see if this vinyl would do what I expected it to do.
The vinyl peels right off, leaving clear letters – just enough for the gorgeous candles to peek through.
Yay, Cricut vinyl!
I may be hooked on it now.
And there you have it: DIY Glitter Christmas Candles, and not a speck of glitter to clean up!
This is my kind of glitter.
Have you used glitter paint? What projects would you use it for?
Be sure to check out the great selection of crafting supplies from The Dollar Tree for your creative Christmas projects!
Get more Christmas DIY inspiration: 7 DIY Christmas Projects You Can Make