Monday Make A(n)- Evergreen Yule Candle

November 23, 2009 at 11:39 am (Candle, Children, Christmas, Crafts, Fun, Kids, Magic, Monday, pagan, Witch)

Evergreen Yule Candles
from Kaboose

What You Need:

  • Paraffin
  • Empty, clean, dry can
  • Pan
  • Water
  • Use of a stove
  • Paint brush
  • Candle (a large candle is easier to use)
  • Small Sprig of evergreen
  • Holiday ribbon

Melt some paraffin inside a can placed in a pan of hot water (on the stove). Flatten the small evergreen sprig and put some hot paraffin on the candle where you want the sprig to go. Place the sprig decoratively on the hot paraffin – it should stick to the candle. Then paint more melted paraffin over the sprig of evergreen. Let set. You may need multiple coats. Tie festive ribbon around base of candle. This will make a nice centerpiece or to give as a gift.
Adult supervision is recommended.
This project is rated EASY to do

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