I saw this several months ago on another blog and honestly fell in love with the simplicity of this idea! So I thought I would give it a try and then share the results with my readers! I am a huge Etsy fan, and have fallen in love with Amy Butler fabric patterns. You see her fabrics all over Esty. I recently purchased several quarter cuts of her fabrics on Esty simply because I liked them. I really didn't know what I wanted to use them with, I just bought them because I really liked them. Then I stumbled upon this idea and decided to apply my newly purchased fabric for this little project. I have used these pretty little candles as gifts at Christmas time, and gifts just because!! I sent one to my friend Shannon down in Orlando to see her reaction. She loved it and she has great taste, so I knew I was on the right track! So here is this super easy Glade Candle dress-up!! Enjoy!
Supplies will include:
Modge Podge w/ Sponge or Paint Brush to apply
Hot Glue Gun
Some of my favorite Glade Scents Clean Linen smells so good and it is really fresh too. I tried to coordinate the color of the candle with the fabric pattern
You will want to take a small plate and draw a circle onto your fabric, make it large enough to wrap the entire candle. Set the fabric aside.
Next you will need to coat the bottom of the candle with Modge Podge.
Continue to cover the entire candle with Modge Podge.
Then flip the candle upside down on a plate and begin to cover the entire Modge Podged area with fabric, pressing down as you go.
Next cover the fabric with Modge Podge until it is completely saturated.
Let the fabric set and dry overnight. When it is dry, cut the excess fabric off at the top of the candle.
With a hot glue gun, glue a coordinating ribbon around the top of the candle. You can embellish with a matching button.
And there you have it!! Inexpensive gifts that smell wonderful and are really pretty to have around the house!!
Until Next Time!!