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Quick Dollar Store Candle Makeover

Monday, December 8, 2014

This Christmas I wanted to add a little white birch to my Christmas decor and while I was cruising the aisles at Pier One I spotted this great birch embossed  wrapping paper. Immediately about twenty potential projects popped into mind. I started with wrapping it around my dollar store candles.


I used these dollar store holy candles, you can also find them at the grocery store.





Just measure the height and circumference of the candle, cut your paper to those dimensions and glue or tape the paper around the candle. I used double stick tape.


I sprinkled a little snow glitter around the top edge of the candles. After about ten minutes of crafting I had these pretty faux birch candles. The paper is very sturdy and realistic looking. The roll was only 7.00 bucks and it's 30" x 96".  I have a couple more projects I'm thinking of using it for.


I used these same candles to make  these  a couple of years ago. If you would like to see a few more dollar store projects click here and here, for one more go here. Thanks for stopping by. I'll be joining these fun linkups this week,

                                              Debbiedoo's

                                             Savvy Southern Style

                                            Thoughts From Alice

                                          Ivy and Elephants

                                         Craftberry Bush

                                        My Romantic Home

                                       French Country Cottage


20 comments:

  1. Great idea! I love the Dollar Store!

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  2. That's so smart, Karen! The wrapping paper looks so realistic. A long time ago I order birch bark sheets from Ebay. So glad to know Pier One has something similar for a lot less.

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  3. What a cute, cute candle redo, Karen. And that wreath is fabulous!!!! xo Diana

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  4. Oh, my, Karen, these are so pretty. A very beautiful vignette with all your gorgeous Christmas..Happy Monday..Judy

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  5. Oh wow I just loveeeee this idea, thanks so much for sharing!

    Smiles~
    Mari

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  6. Gorgeous!! WOW..looks like a million bucks as always Karen. So happy you joined us again. I always look forward to what you share.

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  7. Great transformation, Karen...they turned out so pretty!
    JP

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  8. This is incredible!! Birch is crazy popular right now. I have to copy...do you mind?!!!

    Jane xxx

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  9. Oh, cool! Have never seen the birch bark wrapping paper - love it!! Great idea to use this on candles. Beautiful vignette. Merry Christmas to you! Catherine

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  10. So very cool! Absolutely love this idea...they look fantastic! I also popped over and looked at the Romantic Candles...Beautiful!!!

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  11. I am totally enchanted with with your blog...your newest follower...

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  12. I have one of those dollar store candles sitting in my craft room window. . . still the way I bought it. But now I have a great idea for dressing it up. So clever, and easy. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Beautiful idea! Everything looks stunning!
    Jennelise

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  14. Hi Dear,
    what a fantastic idea! Looks sooo elegant!
    Have a happy time in your wonderful decorated house
    Elisabeth

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  15. Your mantle is so beautiful and this idea is pure genius! Love it all. Thanks so much for sharing! CoCo

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  16. such a simple genius move! love this look.
    b

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  17. How clever! I love your decorations too. Looks high end! Merrry Christmas!

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  18. Thank you for such a fantastic idea! Pier 1 has the birch wrapping paper again this year, though the sales clerk tells me it sells out super fast. I'm very impressed with the quality; it almost feels like wallpaper! I'm enjoying my candles and they look quite nifty... Merry Christmas!

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