Dollar Tree Christmas Candleholders



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A Very Sparkly Craft Blog Hop

On the first Monday of each month, a group of DIY and crafty bloggers join forces to bring you the #BlingontheCrafts blog hop. Each blogger creates a glittery, sparkly, shiny, shimmery, sequined, or “blingy” craft to share that goes with a monthly theme.

December’s theme is Holidays. Each blogger chooses their own craft to make as long as it shines and is holiday themed.

If you’d like to participate next month, you can request to join our Bling on the Crafts Facebook group.

So, I may have gone mad, but I think I joined ALL.THE.BLOG.HOPS!  Here I am with another Dollar Tree craft (you may recall this one) and this one is super sparkly and rather elegant I might add… plus it’s SUPER simple to make!

We are making candleholders that are so chic and elegant, your guests won’t believe it.

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Here is what you will need for these Dollar Tree Christmas Candleholders:

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  • Glass Cylinder Vase from Dollar Tree
  • Silver Glitter Ribbon from Dollar Tree (or washi tape)
  • Self Adhesive Wall (or window) Decor  – I got mine at Hobby Lobby
  • Glue or tape

Simply remove the wall decor and place on the vase.

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Add glittery ribbon at the bottom of the vase.

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Related:  Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Trees 

You can leave them like this or you can add height to them by gluing another candleholder (this one also from Dollar Tree) to the bottom (if you choose to do this, use E6000 as it has a strong hold). Then just add your candles!

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The best part about these is that they aren’t permanent, you can totally change these up for any occasion!

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I also decorated a glass ornament for my DIY Dollar Tree neutral wreath using this method as well. You can see how it turned out here!

Dollar Tree Christmas Candleholders so elegant you won’t believe it! – CLICK TO TWEET

Are you ready to see all of the sparkly crafts our bloggers have made for this month’s #BlingontheCrafts hop!?



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    1. Hi Taylor! I actually use LED candles for them and haven’t actually burned any real ones. I have 3 small kids so I burn candles minimally at home. I would imagine it would get black if you used a real candle though.

    2. Maybe use a taller (LITTLE WIDER)one with shorter one in it containing the candle??? Can remove and replace?? Only a few $$

  1. These are just I’m looking for to make for my sister’s. However, I’m having trouble finding the snowflakes. Could you please give me the name of them so I can Google it. Thank you,

    1. I purchased them last year at Hobby Lobby. They were on an end cap. I am not sure if they brought these back again, but I am sure they have other ones this year.

  2. I tried this and the stickers won’t stay ? The sides keep popping off. I have tried different glues still didn’t help.

    1. I’m sorry they keep popping off. I have had these for several years now and they just now started coming off a little bit at the edges. Have you tried gluing them down with E6000 and holding them with rubber bands while they dry?

    1. I didn’t have an issue with mine sticking. I did place a rubber band around them to hold them down overnight so they could stick on. That seemed to be the trick for me.

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