This 5 Minute Makeover for a Dollar Store Candle is a super easy craft that is quick and inexpensive for St. Patrick’s Day decor. For this holiday, I don’t go all out with decorating. I put together a cute tablescape and a wreath and I’m done. I also don’t want to spend much money. Dressing up dollar store items is a great way to keep the cost low.
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You can’t beat dollar stores for finding items that just need a little flair added to them to work for seasonal decor.
5 Minute Makeover for a Dollar Store Candle for St. Patrick’s Day
- Green dollar store candles in small Mason jars
- Shamrock Ribbon
- St.Patrick’s Day Coin
- Hot Glue
When I spotted these mini Mason Jar candles at Dollar Tree, I knew they would be just the right size for my St. Patrick’s Day tablescape.
The ribbon was on sale at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft, but you can find fun St. Patrick’s ribbon in any craft store or online.
I’ve had a bag of gold coins in my craft stash left over from last year’s St. Patrick Day decor. I used them in the centerpiece and on napkin rings. What makes this a 5 minute craft? All you need to do is cut and wrap and one strip of ribbon around each jar and secure the ribbon with a dot of hot glue. To cover the spot where the ribbon meets, glue on a gold shamrock coin.
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