How to make Frosted Glass Candle Holders

How to make Frosted Glass Candle Holders

This post about how to make frosted Glass Candle holders and other holiday decor was made possible through Staples. They provided me with some product samples but all the opinions and tutorials are my 100% my own.

If  you have been following Close to Home this holiday season you would have seen the Dollar Store DIY candle Holders I created this fall. Well I could not stop there. I thought of making a romantic candle holders version for Christmas. I was thinking to line the mantels or table top.

frosted candles staples

For this DIY Holiday Decor project I went to our Dollar Tree again and purchased $2 worth of glass, well $2 for each holder. I then headed to the our craft store, AC Moore is the closest to our house and I had a 50% coupon. I purchased Frosted Glass Spray Paint.

It could not be simpler.

Spray the glass parts with 2-3 coats of the spray paint. When it dries you will acquire the frosted look.

When dry, use the E3000 Glue and attach the glass vase to the candle stick.

Now what to do with these?

frosted candle holders

I was at our Staples store and noticed they had a pack of Sarah Peyton 4 pc Flameless Set with Timer. I love these flameless candles as you don’t have to worry about fire or removing wax out of your candle holders. They have a real wax coating so if they are not hidden in these deep vases you won’t mind having them visible.

flameless Candles staples

 

While I was there I also saw the  Sarah Peyton Tree LED with Snow. Looked interesting so I thought I would see what I could do with it.

staples xmas

staples holiday decor

Here is the Staples holiday decor  put together on my dining room table. What do you think?

Did you ever imagine Staples would be a place to find Holiday Decor items? 

3 Comments

  1. Sherri I am sure you have amazing talents in other fields!!

  2. that is a great idea. The snow can look like fuzz!!

  3. Very Creative, I love those flameless candles and you took it a step further to make a very cute project. wonder if you can reuse the tree for easter with little plastic eggs hanging from it.

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