Valentine Candle Holders

I am kicking this year off with a craft – Valentine’s Day is just around the corner !  A lot of pics to follow, so I will spare you any unnecessary chit-chat.
Glass Jars – any shape or size
Craft paper/newspaper
**I use my cookie cutters to find the right size heart shape – tip I picked up on Pinterest**
Votive Candles
Raffia/Ribbon/Leather Cord
Glue or sellotape {not in pic}
Epsom Salts {not in pic}
To make the above I did the following:
I used an empty Nutella jar, cut a doily in half and using clear sellotape, taped it all round the jar

Found the right size heart cutter, traced it on craft paper and cut it out

Glued the heart to the front of the jar
To finish, I tied a piece of Raffia around – and added the candle
Number two was made as follows:
I place a doily on top and made rough markings to cut out the round piece which is covering the opening of the jar – here I have used an old honey jar
After I cut the round and pushed it over the opening{gently}, I added a red ribbon to the bottle neck and used the same cookie cutter, but I cut this heart from newspaper and glued it to the front
As there is nothing “decorative”at the bottom, I placed a small amount of Epsom Salts in the bottom and added a votive candle
 Last, but not least !
To see how I make potpourri dipped candles you can go HERE and check it out

I have had this square jar for so long in my craft box, I can not remember what it used to contain {maybe jam?}
Anyhow, I placed it on top of a paper doily and started folding the front and back pieces upwards against the jar

Then I tucked in the corners, as you would when wrapping a gift
To finish, I wrapped a piece of leather cord around the bottle neck a couple of times and tied it in front
I cut a heart from a brownish/pink piece of craft paper and glued it to the very top of the jar {see pic} – make sure to fold it back slightly, in case it hangs more towards the flame !
Lastly, I added one of my own Potpourri dipped votive candles
And that’s it ! Pretty and free – I bought nothing for this craft – everything had come from my craft supplies.
Hope you enjoyed and I am looking forward to seeing all your crafts for Valentine’s day as well !!
Ciao for now,
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20 thoughts on “Valentine Candle Holders”

  1. Linda, this is FABULOUS!!! Sooooo darling!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

  2. How cute! I love how simple and sweet your candles are! I LOVE dressing up jars for candles for the holidays! Thank you so much for sharing!
    Jaime from Crafty Scrappy Hapy

  3. Sweet idea for the candle holders..
    I don't want to think another
    holiday. lol
    Thanks for sharing

  4. These are so adorable! They look great. Sorry I am just now making my rounds. My first week of being back in school after 2 weeks off has kicked my tail. πŸ™‚

    Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent this week. So thrilled to have you share. Have a wonderful weekend. πŸ™‚


  5. Such great ideas – these would make lovely gifts. Loved and pinned. Thank you for sharing at MightyCrafty Mondays!

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