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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Glitter Your Candles, DIY

Happy one week before Christmas everyone!
  My Christmas shopping has officially begun. I always save all my Christmas shopping until the week before Christmas.  I did cheat a little this year, I bought a few gifts yesterday and because I am making most of the things that I am giving away, I started on that about a month ago.
This DIY was because I had a candle problem, the Problem being, I wanted to fix my silver candles that were peeling and looking a tad bit ugly. So What did I do?   Glitter them of course.  This would be a great way to dress up your candles for that  Christmas or New Years Eve Party.  And ....it only took me about 20 minutes to do all 6 candles.

Things You Need

  1. Candle
  2. Pretty glitter
  3. Glue
  4. Paint brush
  5. Pie pan
Paint your candle with glue

Cover with Glitter

let dry.
Then put a coat of Mod Podge on it and let that dry.
That keeps the glitter from getting everywhere.

Now your Old candles look like new ones.
I guess  this  could be considered a Re-Style.

Have a great Saturday!!
Lots of <3
Linking to
Sew Stylish Boutique


  1. So awesome!! I just love this. You have give me so many ideas right now. I am so happy. I wish you could see my smile right now. It would make my day if you came and linked up to my Christmas Party! @ http://sewstylishboutique.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-gift-ideas-for-last-minute.html
    Thanks Rose

  2. They look awesome, Anne! I'm last-minuting too this year {though a good portion of my toy-shopping is done}


  3. Okay, I think I'm definitely going to glitter every candle in this house now. Those are so great :)

  4. These look so great! I love glitter, but hate the mess...


  5. clever idea! Never thought to cover it over the glitter with mod podge. Pretty tree in the background, too!

  6. how do you mod podge the glitter after you put it on? won't it get all over the brush?

  7. Will the glitter or glue catch fire if you light them...?

    1. Mod Podge is non toxic and non flammable. Mod Podge is a top coat finish with a highly visible, dimensional texture. and most glitter is made from tiny glass particles. but it is always safe to never leave your candles UN-attended. Great Question.

  8. nice article.great work.thanks for sharing it.

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