This DIY Halloween Decor Candle Label Project is so adorable and super easy. This free printable is placed on a glass Candleholder, and it’s ready for Halloween.
This project is a part of a blog hop with a fun theme. Yes, my friends and I like to create projects that are different than most others. So, this one incorporates either plaid, flannel or a sweater project. So, I rummaged through my closet for an old sweater and I couldn’t part with any of them, so instead, I created this plaid paper candle label for this DIY Halloween decor.
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Yeah, I cheated and came up with a plaid or gingham pattern but of course on paper! Yes, I love anything paper-oriented. I also love these white glass candles that I can change out the labels every holiday! So, check out my DIY Halloween decor post.
This photo fo the kitty reminds me of my our cat, Huxley. She wasn’t a black cat but rather grey but she was a slight kitty who looked a lot like this one in the photo. I love this time of year and all the different decor you can choose from, fall or Halloween. It looks like I’m going to be focusing on Halloween again.
More Halloween DIY Posts: Check it out!
- Halloween Treat Station
- Halloween Porch with Paper Bats
- Tips and Tricks to How to Carve a Pumpkin
- How to Make Lollipop Ghosts
Let’s Start This DIY Halloween Decor Candle Printable
Supplies You’ll Need
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Halloween Candle Instructions
1. Download my printable.
2. Cut out printable to the size of the candle.
3. Place double-sided tape on glass candle and cover the whole candle.
4. Cut orange ribbon and glue the ribbon to the glass. Tie a knot and let the ribbon hang.
5. Make sure the paper and ribbon are nowhere near the flame of the candle.
Aren’t these the cutest DIY Halloween Decor? I hope you have a chance to make this easy paper project. I promise it probably takes about 15 minutes or less. I should have a little blog chart that shows how long my crafts take to create!
Well, I’ve had fun with you and I hope you like this cool DIY Halloween decor project. My next project is a Halloween front porch, but in the meantime, I’m still inviting people to join my membership class. If you like home decor, crafting and cooking then check out my subscription. We have a great community of creative women involved.
Cheers and Happy Crafting!
More Fall DIY Project Ideas
Check out what my friends made for this fun fall DIY blog hop! Plaid, flannel and sweater DIY ideas.