Valentine Candles

Hi friends,

Do you like to decorate for Valentine’s Day? I like to add a little “love” around the house – it just makes me smile.

Here’s a super fast and easy way to add some Valentine decor to your mantel or table. All you need are some pillar candles, burlap ribbon, and felt hearts.

I picked up my candles at Walmart. The ribbon I used is actually jute chair webbing I found at Amazon. It is 3-1/2 inches wide – use any ribbon you like. I cut my hearts from red felt using these heart dies from Spellbinders. You can also just trace a heart onto the felt and cut it out.

Simply cut your ribbon to fit around your candle, allowing it to overlap about 1/4 inch. Hot glue the ribbon to the candle. I glued one short edge to the candle and then glued the other short end, slightly overlapping the first end.

Cut hearts from red felt and hot glue to the front of the candle.

And that’s it! A super fast and easy addition to your Valentine decor.

You can find out how to make these DIY Farmhouse Candlesticks here. And if you like the DIY Farmhouse Natural Wood Bead Garland, this post has all the details on how to make your own.

Happy ❤️ Day!


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13 Responses to Valentine Candles

  1. s.marsh.c says:

    These candles look great! I’ll have to give them a try.


  2. William Harris says:

    You are so clever! You make things so simply that turn out beautiful!


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  4. This are just beautiful!


  5. Like the fresh scent of the candle, made my living room perfectly fragrant. I do like to decorate for Valentines Day…and LOVE your ideas! Thank You!


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