We all know that using scented candles as decorations is one of the most popular methods to refresh a room during the holidays. And so we are here with the tutorial on how to make a DIY Christmas candle holder.
It’s quite evident that holiday smells are a simple and inexpensive way to decorate for the holidays. It’s such a simple way to brighten up your home, and this DIY Christmas Candle Holder is the ideal way to go above and beyond. So if you’ve decided to decorate your home this Christmas, get ready.
We need simple items that are present in our homes to do this DIY project.
- Scissors (if necessary)
- Cardstock paper
Steps To Make A DIY Christmas Candle Holder
Okay, so read the written steps thoroughly to know the process.
Step 1: Take a designer cardstock paper of square shape.
Step 2: You have to fold the triangle in a way so that it makes a triangle. First, do it from one side. Press the edges a bit and then open again back to the square shape. Now repeat the steps on the other side.
Fold to make a triangle
Step 3: The paper should look something like this. It’s because later on, it’ll be easier to fold the paper to make the holder.
Step 4: Now fold the paper again to make a small rectangle. You have to do it from both sides.
Fold to make a rectangle
Step 5: The traces should be like this.
Step 6: When you’re done, consider only half on the paper and again fold to make an even smaller rectangle.
Fold the paper
Step 7: Fold one corner of the paper to make a right-angle triangle.
Fold a corner
Step 8: Fold from the other side again.
Fold both the sides
Step 9: Repeat the same step on the other side of the paper.
Repeat the same step
Step 10: Your paper should be something like this.
Open the gaps and check
Step 11: Now again, take one corner of the side, and fold it to make a zigzag.
Make a zigzag
Step 12: Your paper will be in this shape.
Adjust to make a bucket
Step 13: Now, you have to repeat all the processes to make a similar one.
Step 14: Okay, so we are about to end this as you just have to put one of these buckets into the other.
Two buckets in one
Step 15: And your Christmas candle holder is all ready to use and decorate.
DIY Christmas Candle holder
Well, it was an easy one, right? So, now that you know how to make a DIY Christmas candle holder, it’s your turn to decorate your home.
An Indian nuclear physicist, founding director, and professor of physics at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.