Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Vintage Jello Tin Candle Holder DIY

This can hardly be called a tutorial or a diy because it is so simple to make! These little Jello tins are in abundance at thrift stores - I love using them to hold tea lights, little things on tables, etc. This set of copper ones were 4/$1 at a church sale we stopped at recently!

I had plenty of popcorn so that is what I used, but you could use sand, sugar, dried beans, etc. to put in the bottom of your tin. Fill about 2/3 full.

Fit a piece of craft moss or moss from a nature walk into the top of the tin - cut a hole in the middle for your candle.

Slide a thin beeswax taper candle into the hole - we found a box of these at the same church sale!

Fun little addition to your Christmas decor and celebrations!

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