By Paper Crafts Contributor, Lauren Romano.
Whether you want to make Valentine’s Day decor for yourself or to give a loved one, creating a heart candle holder is a great option. The neutral colors also make it ideal regardless of the color scheme in your home. It’s an easy project for any age and it requires spending little money.
What you’ll need:
- Square glass candle holder
- Small round filled glass candle holder
- Small pebbles
- Mod Podge
- Gold or silver glitter glue
- Dictionary pages
Step 1. Choose the pages to cut your hearts from. I opted for antique French dictionary pages. Draw four hearts on the pages, then cut them out.
Step 2. Use the Mod Podge to adhere one heart to each side of the square glass candle holder.
Step 3. Choose a small round glass candle holder that is already filled with a candle, then place it inside the square candle holder.
Step 4. Put small pebbles all around the round candle holder until it reaches almost to the top.
Step 5. Put gold glitter glue along the top edge of the square candle holder, then smooth it out so it’s not a thick layer. Use the glue to make an outline around each heart. Let it dry completely before using.