Christmas is going to be a very special time because this is the time when you do get to decorate the house with a lot of amazing things. You can put up your fantastic tree and those outside lights but you can also go really mad over your decorations indoors too and how your home looks also.
This is the time when you spend a lot of money on new things such as lights and decorations. However, in December no one really has a lot of money, especially not to spend on trivial things such as candles. Though, you don’t actually need to spend to get new candles because many people really love to recycle their old candles and make amazing DIY Christmas candles.
That is right DIY Christmas candles are an amazing project to look at and of course, you can enjoy making Christmas candles with the entire family! Of course, a lot of people don’t think about making their own Christmas candles but why not? They can be very special because they are a one of a kind and something that is just for your family!
So, if you are thinking about making your own DIY Christmas candles, what should you use? Well, there are a few different choices for wax. Maybe one of the better options you can look at is paraffin wax. This is probably the one most people will use and it’s really so inexpensive also.
This is the best candle wax you can get and it’s so simple to find also which does mean that you don’t need to spend much and you can get this at any local craft shop. However, there is also beeswax, soy wax and bayberry wax to choose from.
All are good and the only thing that you need to worry about is the cost. Some of the other choices for wax can vary in price so it might be best to stick with the paraffin wax. Though, once you have your wax sorted out, you can create your own candles.
You can shape them however you like as well as add your own very special designs or styles to them. This ensures that you get a one of a kind candle. Though, you have to be careful as to what you are using to decorate the candle.
It might be best to avoid decorating the actual candle but instead decorate the candle holder. Don’t wrap foils or any flammable materials around the candles either! Though, you can have a lot of fun creating your own DIY Christmas candles, so why not try it?