If you ask me, there’s no Christmas without candles and candle lanterns! They bring ultimate coziness and they are also one of the best gifts that are suitable for everyone with any interests and preferences. You may also make some scented candles to fill your home with holiday spirit at once. I’ve gathered the coolest DIYs from all over the web, here you’ll find scented and non-scented candles, colorful and more casual, take a look and choose!
Scented candles will make your home feel like Christmas at once, that’s why they are so cool. DIYing a scented candle is even cooler as you may choose any aromas you like and regulate the intensity of the scent yourself. This scented piece will give your home Christmas cheer and will spread with the smell of fresh pine and frankincense! You can make these DIY Christmas Candles in a variety of sizes, such as glass votive candle holders or mason jars.
Skip the overly fragrant, store-bought candles and make your own for just a few bucks. Bring the scents of the season into your home with these easy-to-make candles. These essential oil candles can be made in a day and make perfect gifts for just about anyone on your list. Take essential oils in desired scents and go!
Can’t figure a gift out for someone? This DIY striped and scented candle is a fantastic option as it is customizable in so many ways; you really can make it the perfect gift for just about anyone. This scented candle contains frankincense, tea tree, and peppermint essential oils but you may try anything you like. The colorful look will excite your friends and family, get crafty!
Here’s another super cool layered candle! The really great thing about these DIY holiday candles is that each layer is not only a different color, but also a different holiday scent. So as the candles burn, the delicious scent of peppermint, or balsam or frankincense wafts through the air. So amazing to fill your home with winter scents!
If you really want to give a thoughtful gift that you’ve made with your own hands and don’t love that crazy push for consumerism that this day tends to press upon us, well, you may enjoy this idea. There’s something rather lovely and personal about receiving a homemade gift, isn’t there? Make this adorable scented Christmas candle with orange, cove and cinnamon scents and make someone happy (or yourself!) with it.
What’s so cool about gifting a scented homemade candle to your friends and family? First, they’re surprisingly customizable: there are many different fragrance oils and colorants to choose from, and you can decorate your jar however you like! Next, they’re very simple to make and therefore don’t take much time. It’s really just a matter of mixing, melting, and pouring. Most of the time spent making this project is spent simply waiting for your wax to melt and cool once it’s poured. Best of all, the whole gift can be made for just a few dollars! Make this personalized scented mason jar candle and make your loved people happy!
Spread that wonderful evergreen scent throughout your home with this natural recipe for blue spruce hand poured candles, chemical and pine needle free! Always burn soy candles long enough for the wax to melt across the container before blowing out the flame. This will avoid a tunnel forming in the wax or shortening the life of the candle.
This amazing winter scented candle is mostly pine needle with orange added for sweetness and Wyndmere’s Forest Retreat Blend added to give depth and complexity. When picking out your essential oils, make sure to use pure essential oils and not essential oils in a carrier oil. They’re a bit more expensive, but the scent is much more potent and just all around a better quality. Keep reading the tutorial to find out how to craft these candles.
Create handmade peppermint scented mason jar candles and tea lights to give to friends, teachers, neighbors, and co-workers this holiday season. If you’ve haven’t tried making your own candles before you might be surprised by how easy they are to make. You’re essentially just melting the candle wax, mixing in your favorite scent, and pouring it into your candle mold or mason jar. Read the tutorial and make it!
Are you organizing your Christmas dinner? How’s your table decor going to look like? We all saw those beautiful centerpieces in home decor magazines and always wanted one in our home. This tutorial will tell you how to make a cool ombre candle lantern centerpiece in red, it’s very cool and really magazine and even cover-worthy!
This isn’t basically a candle-making tutorial but it’s still very cool for decorating your home on festive days. These candles are floating ones in jars filled with pine gel and with berries and evergreens – such a cool decoration is a great idea for any holiday space.