For less than $2 you can create these darling snowman dollar tree candles! Such an easy DIY that makes a great neighbor gift for Christmas!
You don’t have to break the bank to create cute neighbor gifts for Christmas– all you need is to create these Snowman Dollar Tree Candles! Besides being so cute and so affordable- these snowmen are pretty darn easy to recreate! So, if you’re looking for some winter cheer that won’t strain your wallet, read on!
Supplies to make a snowman dollar store candle
- tall white pillar candles
- fabric or ribbon
- adhesive vinyl in black and orange
How to make a snowman candle
This DIY couldn’t be easier! I cut out some small round circles for eyes out of the black vinyl and a long rectangle for a carrot nose out of the orange adhesive vinyl. You can use your electronic cutter OR since they are just simple shapes, you can just use scissors and freehand them!
I used transfer tape to put on the face but it’s easy enough to peel and stick each piece!
My ribbon was a little thick (I think it was 2 inches) So I snipped it off a bit so it looked more proportionate to the candle.
I just wrapped the scarf and fabric around the candle. I added a little E6000 to prevent it from sliding down! Then glue on the buttons down the front (using the E6000 again) I did use hot glue but the buttons were easy to pop off. t
If you don’t have buttons, you could use vinyl instead. AND you could use little buttons for the eyes instead of vinyl! It just depends on what you have in your craft supplies!
If you want to take this basic idea and adapt it, you could buy a red candle and turn it into a Santa. Glue on white fur around the middle and create a black cardboard square for the belt buckle!
OR, grab a green candle and create a Grinch!
These are such an easy quick gift idea that is pure darling!
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