Hey everyone! It’s Connie. I have a confession to make…I'm a lousy decorator…a really lousy decorator. I love decorating for the holidays though and I found these great battery operated candles that were screaming to be decorated. I have seen these candles at craft stores and department stores in the Christmas aisles and at really great prices. My candles went from this…..
I am SO excited about how these turned out! They were super easy and super pretty, don't ya think?
The best part is that I can change out the paper for any season making them a permanent part of my mantle. The possibilities are endless with these great candles!
If you are unable to view the video, CLICK HERE to view it online.
Here are some measurements in case you missed them but keep in mind they will be different depending on the candle:
- 5" pillar battery operated candle (any size will work)
- Designer Paper – approx. 3 1/4" x the circumference of your candle + 1/2"
- Designer Paper – approx. 1 1/2" x the circumference of your candle + 1/2"
- Designer Paper – 1" x the circumference of your candle + 1/2"
- Designer Paper – 2 1/2" x 3" for tag
- 32" Silver Satin Ribbon
Here is a list of the supplies I used on my project today. Use what you have, ORDER what you need! Just click on a picture below!
Remember, if you place an order of $20 or more and use the December Hostess Code you’ll receive the SIX Exclusive videos and tutorials that Connie and I have created for December. They are OVER THE TOP fabulous projects so be sure to order and use that hostess code!
In CANADA? Order HERE from JOSEE and use the December Hostess Code: 2793SE2R (CAN)
In the USA? Order HERE from CONNIE and use the December Hostess Code CPTSWAGZ (USA)
How to use the hostess code:
a. Enter your items into cart
b. At check out- Look under "Special Offers" (bottom left)
c. Enter the HOSTESS CODE in the box and hit apply
NOTE: If your order is over $200, do not use the code so that you can claim the Stampin’ Rewards on your order! FREE STUFF is awesome!
Hope you guys have the most wonderful Wednesday!