Easter Candle Making Projects


Easter is a time of celebration, hope, and new beginnings. It’s a time to spend with family and friends, and to reflect on the blessings we have in our lives. What better way to celebrate than by making Easter-themed candles? Candle making is a fun and easy craft that is perfect for people of all ages. In this article, we will explore some Easter candle making craft projects that you can do at home.

Easter Egg Candles: Easter egg candles are a fun and easy way to add a festive touch to your home during the holiday. To make them, you will need some candle wax, candle wicks, eggshells, and food coloring. Start by melting the wax and adding a few drops of food coloring to give it a pastel hue. Then, carefully pour the wax into the empty eggshells, being sure to insert a wick into the center. Let the wax cool and harden, and then peel away the eggshell to reveal your beautiful Easter egg candles.

Bunny Candles: Bunny candles are another fun way to bring the Easter spirit into your home. To make them, you will need some candle wax, candle wicks, and bunny-shaped candle molds. Start by melting the wax, and then pour it into the bunny molds, being sure to insert a wick into the center. Allow the wax to cool and harden, and then remove the candles from the molds. You can decorate the bunnies with paint or glitter to give them a festive touch.

Easter Basket Candles: Easter basket candles are a cute and fun way to decorate your home for the holiday. To make them, you will need some candle wax, candle wicks, and a small basket. Start by melting the wax, and then pour it into the basket, being sure to insert a wick into the center. Allow the wax to cool and harden, and then remove the candle from the basket. You can decorate the outside of the candle with Easter-themed stickers or ribbons to give it a festive look.

Cross Candles: For those who want to celebrate the religious aspect of Easter, cross candles are a beautiful way to do so. To make them, you will need some candle wax, candle wicks, and a cross-shaped candle mold. Start by melting the wax, and then pour it into the cross mold, being sure to insert a wick into the center. Allow the wax to cool and harden, and then remove the candle from the mold. You can decorate the outside of the candle with a ribbon or a small flower to give it a special touch.

Easter is a great time to get creative and make some fun and festive candles. Whether you choose to make Easter egg candles, bunny candles, Easter basket candles, or cross candles, there are plenty of options to suit your style and taste. Candle making is a fun and rewarding craft that is sure to add a special touch to your Easter celebrations.

Example Projects

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Lily teamed up with Sakrete to make these awesome DIY Concrete / Candle Easter Eggs. I used Sakrete sand mix and some dollar store items. Once the candle burns out the concrete base can be used as a ring dish. Total cost is around $10 with lots of leftover concrete mix for future projects! I hope you like this DIY Easy Easter Egg Idea!

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Here’s how to make a simple, beautiful, authentic looking Paschal/Easter candle at home using stuff you’ve probably got around the house, like gift wrap tissue paper (or Kleenex!) and a hair dryer.

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This video is a marbled candle tutorial. It shows how to DIY Easter egg candles with cute candle designs. I hope it can give you some homemade candle making ideas. DIY candle designs are perfect for home decoration.

Kim Lazaroe

Hi, my name is Kim. I've always enjoyed making crafts for each holiday and season throughout the year. My fond memories are making crafts with my mom or helping my dad build something around the house. Now I get to create new crafting memories with my daughter and husband as well as share my knowledge and experience in crafting with the world. Hope you enjoy my site.

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