11 Paper Candle Craft For Kids

11 Paper Candle Craft For Kids


In this section, we are going to share with you some of the best and amazing 11 paper candle craft for kids.

In this section, we are going to share with you some of the best and amazing 11 paper candle craft for kids.

In this section, we are going to share with you some of the best and amazing 11 paper candle craft for kids. They’re simple, inexpensive and durable enough to last for a long time. Let’s see what these crafts have in store for us:

  • Paper Candle Craft with Scissors

This is an easy paper candle craft that uses simple materials like scissors and glue to make it come together easily. You can use any kind of paper you want (origami or construction) but paper towels will work too since they’re sturdy enough without being too thick or thin. The steps involved in making this one are as follows:

1- First cut out your base shape from whatever piece of paper you’re using. Make sure that it has several holes around its edges so that there will be room when we place lights inside later on; remember not all materials will be able to hold light!2- When cutting out your pieces make sure there aren’t any sharp edges sticking out anywhere else on them either – these could poke through into other people’s fingers so watch out!3- Once done take another piece of folded over origami paper as shown below which should already have been made beforehand according to instructions given by teachers earlier during class time(this step isn’t required but highly recommended). Attach together two halves by folding them over each other while aligning their centers up against each other first before gluing down firmly along both sides which should look like this now:4- After attaching those two halves together fold over again twice so that three folds total exist between them instead just one fold like before initially did; repeat steps 4c&d until all 8 pieces have been glued together securely within themselves.”5 One more thing about safety issues here…

Paper cup luminary

  • Materials:
  • A cup or mason jar, paper, glue and scissors.
  • How to make a paper cup luminary at home:
  • Cut the top of a cup off (leaving a little bit of room for the candle). Then cut out three circles from different colored construction paper; one big circle, one medium size circle and one small.
  • Glue on your stars to form constellations on each side of your jar (The Big Dipper is always popular).
  • Cut strips of red/orange tissue paper approximately 2 inches wide by 2 feet long; you will need 4 pieces total so cut two more pieces slightly larger than the first two but still short enough that they can fit inside your jar once folded over into cones (see photo above). Tie each strip around its respective cone using string or yarn then trim off any extra length hanging down past where it’ll be placed when inserted in your lid later on! Now you’re ready for assembly! Place smaller tissue cone inside larger one until snugly secure then push through opening from bottom up until snug again with both layers facing outward against inside surface just below rim line.”

Crayon candles

Crayon candles are easy to make. You need crayons, a candle and a candle holder. Melt the wax of the crayon with the light of your candle until it becomes liquid. This can take a while so be patient. Then pour this melted wax into an empty tin can or candy mold (preferably one that will hold water). The tin can should be filled halfway with water before you pour in your wax mixture so that it stays upright when placed on flat surface like a table or countertop. If you have any leftover crayon pieces, place them at different points throughout the tin can to create designs on top of each other as well as around them (you could make stripes for example).

Drinking straw candle holder

For this project, you will need:

  • Drinking straws (the number of straws depends on the size of your paper)
  • Glue gun and glue sticks
  • Paint (or markers) in various colors
  • Paint brush(es) or sponge (optional if you choose to use markers instead of paint)
  • Paper in a color that matches your candles or candle holders. You can cut strips from old magazines or pages from a coloring book. I also like to use scrapbooking paper for this project because it’s thicker than regular printer paper and comes in so many different colors! If you don’t have any scrapbooking paper, then just buy some poster board at the dollar store. The thicker kind works best because it won’t tear easily when wet with glue later on down the road! If using marker instead of paint then be sure that whatever kind of surface touches them doesn’t bleed through onto other parts underneath!

Sparkler candle holders

If you’re looking for a way to add some sparkle to your home, sparkler candles are the perfect decoration. They are simple and easy to make, and can be made out of any colour or shape of paper. Sparklers are super inexpensive, so you can have fun creating them with your kids!

Paper roll candles

Paper roll candles are a fun, easy way to give your home that perfect springtime glow. These are especially great for kids, toddlers and preschoolers because they can help you create their own paper roll candles.

  • You will need:
  • A roll of white paper (you can use any color but white is best)
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • To make the paper roll candle: Cut two strips of paper about 10 cm long and 1 cm wide; if you want your finished product to look more like an actual candle, cut these strips at 45 degrees on one end. If you’re going for that traditional rolled effect, cut them straight across at about 7 cm long each side. Make sure that both ends have been cut off so there aren’t any jagged edges sticking out where the flame would be! Now take one strip and fold it over so both sides overlap slightly then glue together using PVA glue or masking tape if you don’t have any handy materials around 🙂 Now do the same thing with another strip so both pieces have been folded over like this now they should be glued together too! You’ll notice how much bulkier this makes it with all those layers but don’t worry because we’re going to trim them down later when we finish off our project before lighting up our new decorative home accessory 🙂

Washi tape tea lights

  • What you’ll need:
  • Washi tape (available in many different colours and patterns)
  • Tea lights, plus holders if they don’t already come with them. If you’re leaving the tea light untended, make sure it has a holder that allows air to circulate. This prevents the wax from becoming too hot and damaging your washi tape or fabric
  • Scissors*
  • Fabric or paper (if using as a background)
  • Tips for applying the tape:
  • Apply one strip at a time, making sure each is smooth before adding another piece of tape next to it (try not to tear any strips when removing them from their backing). The more even your application is throughout, the cleaner your final product will look!

Blown out firework candles

First, you’ll need to cut the straw. If you’re using a sharp knife, use it to cut off one end of the straw at an angle. Then, turn the paper so that it’s upside down and rest it on top of something sturdy (like a flat surface or your knee). Once you’re sure that there’s no way for anything but air to escape through its bottom opening, give your candle one final breath of life before letting go.

This process may take some time as you try different methods to get your desired result. While we recommend using scissors because they are more precise tools than tweezers or pliers (which often make people nervous), any method could work in theory—even holding onto both ends while blowing through one side would probably yield good results if done right!

Candle luminaries from paper

  • To make this project, you’ll need a white paper bag, a brown paper bag and a black one.
  • Cut out your candles from the white and brown bags so they can fit in the bottom of your tin can (or any other container that’s large enough to hold them). You’ll also need to cut a small hole in the top of each candle so that there is room for a wick to fit in later on!
  • Now take your black bag and glue it overtop of both ends of each candle/wax stick combo with some glue or double sided tape – this will prevent any wax from leaking out when we light these up later on!
  • To finish off our easy DIY project simply use some more glue or double sided tape around all four sides before adding any embellishments (like glitter) onto those lines too!”

Coffee filter candles

Coffee filters are another common household item you can use to make a paper candle. You can use coffee filters as a wick, a base, or even a decoration on the finished product.

Coffee filters are great for making candles because they have an absorbent quality and hold moisture well. They also have an open weave that allows oxygen to flow through them so that the flame can stay lit longer. This makes them good for both taper candles and votive candles (tapers are thicker than votives).

You will need:

  • A coffee filter
  • Scissors or utility knife

Toilet paper roll tea lights

Toilet paper roll tea lights are easy to make, eco-friendly and cheap. They can be made in different colors too.

Toilet paper rolls are the perfect size for a little candle holder! Your kids will love making these with you, especially if you decorate them together. This paper roll craft is very easy and fun to do on a day off or rainy day when they’re bored at home while waiting for mommy to finish work!

coloured paper candle craft.

Coloured Paper Candle Craft

In this coloured paper candle craft post, I will show you how you can make a simple and beautiful colour paper candle with your kids or friends. This is an easy craft that does not require many materials. You just need few things like glue for sticking the papers together, scissors and card stock or any other thick paper for making the candle stand.

You can also add some glitter powder on top of each candle for more attractive look at home decoration or gifts for Christmas or birthday party.

All of the above given paper candle craft is easy to make, so try these all!

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