Christmas is a special cultural day like no other holiday. Christmas celebrations are incomplete without candles. Candles not only illuminate your house but also give a customized effect. Christmas tea light candle holders are fun to play with due to their lightweight and uniform structure.
You must think of some awesome ways to smarten up your home without breaking the bank, as Christmas comes with many other expenses. So why not try these quick, budget-friendly tricks to garnish your home? Christmas tea light candle holders give a pretty, festive, and chic vibe that goes perfectly well with the holidays.
So let’s discuss these eight DIY Christmas tea light candle holders to adorn your home or Christmas table display.
8 Elegant Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
Quick and Fancy Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
You can create these fancy Christmas tea light candle holders quickly within as less as two minutes. Isn’t that amazing?
You will need two empty jars, water, cranberries, and green leaves. You can find glass or plastic jam jars around the house. Put some cranberries and greenery into the jars. Now add water leaving some space at the top. Then put your tealight candle. Ensure your candle doesn’t dip in the water or the flame stays above the water level.
And that’s it! Your cute fancy Christmas decor is ready to lighten up your space and enhance the ambiance.
Wrap-it-up Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
Wrap-it-up is another quick and simple idea to add glam to your Christmas commemorations. All you need is a tealight candle holder and some greeneries and cranberries.
Wrap the cranberries and greenery around the candle holder. For candles, you can try different options like scented, colored, white, and glass container candles.
The Merry Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
The idea may seem fussy, but you don’t have to put in much effort and time. First, make a base for the candles in square or circular form through artificial cranberries and greeneries like pine or juniper leaves. Save the center of the circle for candles. Put your tea light candle, preferably in red color, in a glass or jar. Now, place the tea light candle holder in the center. Lit the candle, and voila!
Versatile Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
Smarten up your Christmas table decor with this minimalist and versatile idea. You need white tea light candles, cranberries/apples, yarn, wooden board, and rosemary. Use the string to wrap rosemary around the tealight candles. Place three to four candles on the wooden board and spread some cranberries or apples throughout the board. Bingo, the versatile Christmas tea light candle holders are ready to brighten up your holidays.
Hanging Tea Light Holders For Christmas
While decorating the tables, why not consider adorning the ceiling? You can use these hanging tealight holders to add glamor to your Christmas celebrations. You just need three things, tea light candles, cranberries, and transparent pots or glass jars with a handle. Put the tealight candles inside and beautify the jars or pots with cranberries. You can also use some greenery to make it more Christmassy. Hang the jars or pots on the ceiling or with a pillar. Ta-da, your hanging tea light holders are ready to give your room a fabulous and charming look.
Below is a vision of hanging tea light holders on a tree. You can use such hanging tea light holders for the ceiling.
Make Cups As Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
It’s another creative and effortless way to give a unique allure to your room. Take regular coffee/tea cups, preferably of white color, and stuff them with faux flowers, greeneries, and cranberries to create a stand for candles. Place one tea light candle in each cup and put all of them on a wooden tray. Place four to five cups in one tray and put some pine cones and other Christmas ornaments. Lit the candles, and a smashing Christmas look is ready to cheer your holidays.
Snowy Frosted Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders
Produce a snowy glow for your Christmas decorations with these startling snowy frosted Christmas tea light candle holders. It’s tricky but not that complex. You need tea light candles, glass jars, Epsom salt, string, a hot glue gun, and PVA glue/Mod Podge.
Brush a thin layer of PVA glue or Mod Podge on the whole glass from the outside. Then, swing the Epsom salt on the glue and spread it evenly. Throw off the excess salt. Hot glue gun the two string rows in the middle or top of the glass.
When it’s dried, and the strings are fixed, attach some greeneries and cranberries using the hot glue gun in the middle of the strings. Put a tea light inside the glass and let it shine.
Watch this tutorial to see how astonishing these snowy frosted candle holders look.
Christmas Tea Light Candle Holders In A Box
One of the gorgeous and subtle ways is to light your house with a classic theme box. You can also use this idea to create a Christmas gift for your loved ones. You’ll need a large box, tea light candles, greeneries, berries, pine cones, Epsom salt, and mason/glass jars.
Put Epsom salt in mason/glass jars and fill up to one-third. Put one tealight candle in all jars and place the jars in the box. Adorn the box with greeneries, berries, pine cones, and other ornaments. Brighten up the candles, and a lovely decoration boosts your Christmas Eve.
Christmas tea light candle holders are a great way to adorn your house or room. Candles give a glorious look, create a glowy ambiance, and are a perfect addition to Christmas decorations. You can use different candle holders, but Christmas tea light candle holders are the best option as they fit many household items. You can use these eight ways to light up your tabletop and use hanging tea light holders to add a glowy touch to the ceiling.
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