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Halloween Candle

Transform dollar store candles with scrap paper and party napkins.

At a Glance:

#4637 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • Cathie and  Steve Logo
  • Mod Podge Logo
  • Mod Podge Finishes and Formulas Logo

Mod Podge ® 3 Piece Silicone Finger Caps

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $5.49
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Mod Podge ® Gloss, 8 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $7.29
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Other Supplies

Glass candle Scissors, Scrapbook paper, Foam paintbrush, Halloween paper napkins, Hot glue, Burlap scrap


1. Cut a strip of scrapbook paper to fit around the candleholder.  Tear the top edge for a distressed look.    Apply Mod Podge Gloss to the back,  position onto the candleholder, smooth with your fingers, Allow to dry.  Top-coat with more Mod Podge if desired.

2. Cut a motif from a Halloween napkin.  Mod Podge over the first paper in the same fashion as step 1. Allow to dry.

3. Hot glue a scrap of burlap around the base.

Project Tip: Napkins become transparent when Mod Podged so choose your background papers wisely.

Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

Copyright: All Rights Reserved. No part of this Project may be reproduced in any form without permission in writing, except for your personal use, except by reviewer, who may in reviewing this project, quote brief passages in a magazine or newspaper.