DIY Colorful Glass Candles


In this next DIY project we are going to show you how to make some colorful glass candles, which are extremely eye catching and cute. So here is what you will need for this project:
– Candles, candle sticks scrap or old white
Wax color  <<here>>
Candle Wicks <<here>>
Paper Cups <<here>>
Sticks <<here>>
– Glasses

Gibson Holders <<here>>

First, place the candles in paper cups and place them in the microwave to melt. Meanwhile, prepare your glass and put wicks in the middle of the cup.
Then, choose the color that you like, then take the knife to cut out the wrapper and start cutting.
Afterwards, take the white candle wax color and put the chips in the microwave to melt, the candle has to tilt slowly, then pour the wax into the cup. Now, do the same with the other color. Remember to wait for the first layer to dry and only after that pour the next one.
Finally, just let them dry and it is ready. You will have a great decoration to place it in your room.














21 Responses to “DIY Colorful Glass Candles”

  1. DEANNA says:

    Got to try this. They are beautiful. My grand daughter will love helping with this project.

  2. andreea says:

    Is anyone thinking about the toxic fumes that these colorful candles will make once you burn them? That wax crayons weren’t designed to become real candles! better use for melted crayons are pendants if you pour the wax into cookies shapes…then you just wait for it to get cold, make a hole in them and get some yarn through it and you have it as a pendant…or a crafty gift…not a stupid candle…

    see this:

    • Candle wax lover says:

      Is anyone thinking what a douche you are?The author of this article took their time to create a really nice tutorial .Shove your stupid pendants where the sun don’t shine because they sound rubbish

    • jay says:

      you can too burn crayons if you were to loose power in your house and didnt have a candle in site but had a crayon you could lite that crayon on fire and it would burn for 30 minutes so why cant you make it into a candle

    • Andrea Hopkins says:

      Are you even thinking that HELLO….crayons are NON-TOXIC???? kids do have tendency to try and ingest them you know…and who wants a pendant made of wax…unless it’s a craft you child made in school?

    • Debbie says:

      Why would you be so mean as to say “not a stupid candle” when you just said to use them as “pendants”??? Who would wear a wax crayon as a STUPID pendant and get the wax on their clothes stupid! How does that make you feel???? EVERYONE has their own likes and dislikes but to be mean when she is giving ideas that YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TAKE is just rude.

  3. Opposite of Andreea says:

    The wax isn’t burning, Andreea, the wick burns. There is more candle wax than crayon, the crayon is added for color.
    I’m sure your mother taught you that if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.
    I for one appreciate this person’s DIY info on this very cool project. If I don’t like a project or post, I simply pass it by and move to the next one, no need to degrade anyone.

  4. lee says:

    i am buying the stuff and making these there awesome , let everyone know how they are!

  5. cindy says:

    I will try adding some different Fragrance To mine.
    purple =lavender red=cinnamon. Pink whir= rose

    • Karen K. says:

      I was thinking the same thing! I think this would be an excellent idea for a housewarming gift or even a weekend fun craft.
      I think I will give this a try with my daughter. Thanks for sharing!

  6. lee says:

    hi i need some help i got all the stuff to make these candles , came out beautifully except the candle wick keeps going out , what did i do wrong?

  7. Casey says:

    Can I ask what the object is called that you have the votives leaning on please?
    I love these and you have done an amazing job with your tutorial.

  8. Jules says:

    Really LOVE This idea
    I’m always looking for fun and new ideas or an ‘old’ idea with a ‘twist’
    This fits the bill perfectly on many fronts! 🙂
    My Cubs will LOVE this idea to give to their Mum’s for Mother’s Day next year 🙂
    Thanks LOADS 🙂
    Keep the ideas coming

  9. janeth says:

    porfavor enseñar a hacer velas con fragancia y muchos colores

  10. Lena says:

    I love these! Like Casey said, what is the name of the thing you use to balance the glasses? Where can I buy one from?

  11. Tammy says:

    If I wanted to make a fragrant candle, how many drops of essential oil should I put in? Thanks!

  12. Marcia Sacramento says:

    Tammy, just a couple of drops are enough, otherwise the smell will be too strong. Max. 3 drops depending on the size of your glass.
    Wonderful tutorial!!!!! Congrats!!!

  13. MamaKarla says:

    For Andreea (as spelled in ger post): oh my! Who peed in your Cheerios today? Kindness begets friends, rudeness repels. Think before you speak or write…BTW…I liked your pendant idea, too!

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