Quick Christmas Gift Ideas! DIY Gingerbread Man Candles
Hey friends! I know you usually don’t hear from me on a Saturday, but it’s 6 weeks until Christmas so all rules are out the window…right?
I am thrilled to be joining the Creative Christmas Challenge hosted by Remodelaholic this year! This challenge is the kick-off of their #CreativeChristmas series, which will include many more projects and tutorials.
Twenty-six creatives are sharing Christmas ideas for your crafting enjoyment! Make sure you take a little time for a virtual creative fieldtrip by checking out the other posts listed towards the bottom.
I have been ruminating on this craft for several months, ever since I made the little ‘milk bottle’ jars from recycled Starbucks Frappuccino bottles; so was excited to put my idea in motion for this Creative Christmas Challenge. And what great little gifts they make…I’ve already sent one of my DIY Gingerbread Man Candles home with a friend!
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Huge Disclaimer here…These were the firsts candles I ever made…I’m pretty sure I probably broke several candle making rules in the process, but it worked for me. For what it’s worth, I did read about the process and watched some videos, so I didn’t just jump in blind…like I have been known to do from time to time. ?
I know it seems like a whole bunch of steps, but it really is an easy process. You could easily whip out a bunch of these in a couple of hours…most of the time spent with the wax either melting or cooling…not a whole bunch of hands-on time.
OH! Yikes, I almost forgot. I did a video showing how to make the DIY Gingerbread Man Candles from start to finish….well…I did fast forward through melting wax, cooling wax and weeding a white image off of a white background. If you have sleep problems, let me know and I’ll send you those outtakes!
So, as I mentioned, I am participating in the #CreativeChristmas Challenge hosted by Remodelaholic. Do take some time to pop into these other bloggers for a little Christmas Craft eye candy!
Wintry Silver Dollar Store Christmas Tree Decor | Remodelaholic
Marbled Christmas Ornaments | Doodlecraft
Scrap Wood Inlay Ornaments | The Ugly Duckling House
Woodburned Wood Slice Ornaments | Sisters What
Flocked Pine Cones | Practical and Pretty
Abstract Monogram Ornaments | Domicile37
Concrete Christmas Ornaments | The Palette Muse
Wood Slice Deer Ornaments | Our Crafty Mom
Vintage Gumball Machine Ornaments | Beth Watson Design Studio
Etched Glass Ornaments | Just Call Me Homegirl
Unicorn Inspired Christmas Tree | The DIY Mommy
Driftwood Reindeer Ornaments | Sustain My Craft Habit
DIY Christmas Gifts and Decor
Christmas Pine Hoop Wreath | This Mama’s Dance
Gingerbread Man Candles | Nourish and Nestle
Wire and Glass Chandelier | Home with Cupcakes and Crinoline
Christmas Scroll Wall Art | Grace In My Space
Lighted Wood Trees | Frazzled Joy
Crocheted Christmas Hat | Luz Patterns
Christmas Card Photo Display| Hertoolbelt
JOY Porch Sign | Ginger Snap Crafts
Folding Bar Cart Table | Everyday Party Magazine
Wood and Burlap Christmas Sign | Leap of Faith Crafting
Wood Block Snowman | Anika’s DIY Life
Holiday Candle Wrap | Dragonfly & Lily Pads
Christmas Pom Pom Pillow | Small Home Soul
Handlettered Wall Art | Smiling Colors
AND…you can get all your creative juices flowing by watching all the project YouTube videos here:
If you think you might want to give these DIY Gingerbread Man Candles a try, then bookmark this page or pin this image for your future reference.
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