This is the time of year when hyacinths and daffodils make their appearance in the florist section of the grocery store. And with that change comes a desire for all things spring. Today I’m sharing a super fun project using floral papers to make spring print wrapped candles.
You can download these pretty prints right here on Town and Country Living, at the bottom of this post. I’m joining other bloggers to provide free spring printables – links to their posts at also at the bottom. Special thanks to Lory at Designthusiasm for organizing today’s event.
So you know how glass jar candles get wax and smoke marks inside the glass and start to look not so nice? Not to mention, sometimes you don’t want to see the candle’s label. Why not wrap them in pretty spring floral prints to make them less of an eyesore?
Yes, you could clean the inside of the candle, but that still doesn’t camouflage the label.
You can also wrap pillar candles, too. I wrapped LED light candles rather than risk having the paper catch on fire as the candle burns down.
To make spring print wrapped candles, download the prints and cut their height to match your candle. Simply wrap, and tape in place. The tape is on the backside so you can’t see it.
The glass candles add a special glow to the spring paper. You can use decorative scrapbook paper from the craft store – or download these prints for free below.
Click on the links below to download the three papers.
Visit my blogging friends for more spring inspiration!