4 Easy & Unique Christmas Candle DIY Gift Ideas
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Gift seasonal scents with these easy Christmas candle gift ideas.
Love gifting candles?
I love candles! I enjoy burning them at home, and since they make thoughtful, all-occasion gifts, I also stock up throughout the year. We feature awesome candle deals on Hip2Save often, so I’m thinking you may have a stockpile like I do!
Today, I’m highlighting several ways to “dress up” a candle to package it as a nice, festive holiday gift!
Where’s the best place to buy candles?
If there’s a candle sale at Bath & Body Works, I’m there – both in-store and online! I can also be found in the aisles of TJ Maxx and Marshall’s smelling all the beautiful discounted candles. Even my local grocery store has great deals and clearance sometimes (it’s where I picked up the multi-color Tuscany brand candle).
My new favorite candle is this Wickology brand from Hobby Lobby, specifically the Clementine and Mango scent that smells similar to the much more expensive Capri Blue Volcano brand candles that you can find at Anthropologie.
Hip Tip: You can save even more on these Wickology candles right now as these candles are on sale for 50% off! Talk about BIG savings!
Removing labels & price tags
While I simple turned the candle jar around to hide the label for some of these examples, they can be removed completely with a couple of easy steps. If I have the time, I soak the outside of the candle in hot soapy water. For stubborn labels, I keep a bottle of Goo Gone on hand, and that stuff works great!
Hip Tip: Have empty candle jars? Here’s how to re-purpose them!
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How FESTIVE & ADORABLE are these candles?
These easy Christmas candle gift ideas are such a cute way to turn an ordinary candle into something a bit more exciting! Get the kids involved and have them make one for their teacher as an example.
You can even use fabric or pretty tissue paper instead for wrapping them up, or adding a fun Christmas ornament on top would be so cute, too!
I love that this is an easy craft project and a clever gift idea. Enjoy!