Saturday, September 30, 2017

DIY Fall Candle Holder Blocks

We get very excited when our buyers bring in a new wood surface! That means new crafting and decorating possibilities!

Today we're introducing our new Wood Candle Holder Blocks. Like with any other wood surface, you can paint it, dye it, modge podge paper on it and add embellishments to it. Check out our Fall Sale for great deals on these supplies.

For this project, we decided to decorate it with fall paper and paint. Simply place the block on your piece of paper and trace around it. We like to cut it a little smaller than the template which will allow the wood to show around the edge of the paper and create a nice border. Once you have one template cut out, simply use it to cut the other pieces needed to cover the blocks.

Then paint your blocks in the color of your choice. We matched it with the colors of our paper. Let dry completely before moving to the next step.

Use Modge Podge as your glue to adhere your paper to the block (do one side of the block at a time). Apply a coat of Modge Podge on the back of the paper and on the block surface. Now adhere together. Once all the sides are done, apply another coat of Modge Podge to seal and protect your project.

We also glued some chipboard letters to spell the word F-A-L-L on the blocks.

Now that all the pieces are ready, use one of our galvanized trays to set up your display. Place your candle holders in the middle of the tray, then add some fall leaves. Add battery-operated tea lights to your holders. You have a beautiful fall centerpiece that everyone will love!

The supplies featured here are available at our Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop store in Monroe, WA. (while supplies last). If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call us at 360-794-6745 ext. 0, or stop by and we'll be happy to help you.

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