Farmhouse Christmas Candles

Hi friends,

Are you ready to decorate for Christmas? 🎄It will be here before we know it! I have a super easy Farmhouse Christmas Candle for you today. You can make several of these in just a few minutes and they look so cute grouped together!

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Here’s what you’ll need…(I’ve included links below to some of the supplies I used)

Measure around your candle to get the circumference. Mine measured about 7 inches. Cut a piece of the Craft Jute Webbing about an inch longer – I cut mine to 8 inches. Hot glue one edge of the webbing to the candle. Wrap the webbing tightly around the candle and hot glue the other end, overlapping the first edge.

Wrap the natural jute twine around the webbing 4 to 5 times and tie tightly with a double knot, leaving long ends. Tie on the bell and trim any excess twine. If desired, slip a piece of greenery under the twine.

A simple, cute Farmhouse addition to your Christmas decor! They would also be a great hostess gift during the holiday season.

Happy Crafting!


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7 Responses to Farmhouse Christmas Candles

  1. Michelle says:

    These are so cute! I love how simple and inexpensive they are.


  2. sweetgumlife says:

    Cute idea, Anita! I wonder if I could upcycle tin cans or jars and make some of them that way.


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