DIY Garden Decor – Beeswax Succulent Mason Jar Candles

These Mason jar candles topped with beeswax succulents look spectacular however are tremendous easy to make. This mission will be carried out with home made soy and beeswax candles, and even to prime a store-bought votive. We’ll proceed on our theme for making home made vacation items once more this week for this Weekend’s Undertaking: a DIY Beeswax Succulent Mason Jar Candles Tutorial.

Make these easy beeswax succulent candles

The fantastic thing about these candles is that you may screw a lid on them, beautify them up, and so they’ll shock the fortunate one that will get to open them. They’re additionally great for out-of-town family and friends as they will safely be shipped with out damaging the topper.

Supplies:

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succulent candles

Make it!

1. Make some soy & beeswax jar candles in large mouth 250ml / half pint jars like these. Fill jars in order that they’re solely 3/Four full (be aware: they’re too full within the photograph proven) as it will can help you have area for the beeswax succulent and likewise have the ability to screw the lid on the jar for wrapping/delivery.

Making jar candles

2. Now you possibly can start adorning! Utilizing a cookie cutter, reduce out a flower-like form from a sheet of the beeswax. We used each honeycomb and easy sheets for completely different textures. Utilizing the pen, punch a gap within the heart of the flower, then slide it over the wick onto the highest of your candle.

Make these sweet succulent candles easily

DIY Beeswax Succulent Candles

3. Lower a second coloration of wax with the cookie cutter. Utilizing the knife or scissors, separate all of the petals, then unfold a few of the cheesy wax (a sticky wax that acts as glue for the petals) with a popsicle stick across the heart of the flower. Prepare and press every petal across the wick. Rigorously bend the far tip of every petal upwards to create a 3D impact.

Succulent candles are easy to make

Sweet succulent candles that are easy to make

4. For the third layer of the flower, reduce out smaller petal shapes with the knife or scissors. Typically 6 petals will do. Once more, unfold the cheesy wax and cling the petals, gently bending every tip upwards.

beeswax succulent candles in a jar

make your own succulent candles

That’s it! No actually, it’s that straightforward.

succulent candles you can DIY

For bonus factors, you possibly can beautify the jar and the lid. For some cute printable labels that may match mason jar lids, click on right here.

beeswax succulent candle toppers

Like these? Take a look at how they will develop into Christmas-themed Mason jar candles with poinsettias!

beeswax succulents in a jar

 

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