Happy Tuesday friends! I hope you are having a great week! It’s amazing to think that Christmas is just 20 days away! At this time of year, many of us become very mindful of our budgets. With all of the gifts to buy, why not save a little money on your holiday decor? This DIY Dollar Tree Candlesticks project cost just $4, but looks so festive and much more expensive.
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When I was visiting Dollar Tree, these candlesticks caught my eye. I liked the shape, the size, and the details. However, during the holiday season, I enjoy a little sparkle and shine. That is where this metallic spray paint comes in. I love how quickly and easily spray paint can transform objects into something new. You can make this project with very few supplies by following these simple directions.
- Candlesticks from Dollar Tree
- Candles from Dollar Tree
- Metallic spray paint
- garland/floral pics
- disposable mask to wear while spray painting
- newspapers or craft paper
I already had the spray paint and floral accents on hand, so I just had to purchase the candlesticks and candles.
- Prepare the area where you will spray paint. Make sure to read and follow all of the directions for paint and work in a well-ventilated area.
- Spray paint the candle sticks to cover.
- When thoroughly dry, add some floral accents and candles.
I hope you give this simple and inexpensive Dollar Tree decoration a try!
Wishing you a wonderful week ahead!
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