Dollar Store Halloween DIY: Creepy Candle Holder

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If you are looking to add a little Halloween glow to your home or office, this Creepy Candle Holder is the perfect solution. It only takes minutes to make, and everything you need can be found at your local dollar store.

The best part is, if you are tired of using it as a candle-holder, you can easily remove the votive and use it for a pencil holder. How nifty is that? Take a look below at how to make your own Creepy Candle Holder.

Supplies Needed:
Metal pencil holder
Battery operated votive
Hot glue, glue gun
Halloween garland

You will be able to find all of the above supplies at your local Dollar Tree. Just look in the Halloween d├ęcor, office supplies, and crafting aisles.

Directions:
1. To begin, apply a layer of hot glue around the top of the metal pencil holder. This is where you will attach your Halloween garland.
2. Cut a piece of Halloween garland to fit the circumference of the pencil holder. Press it to the hot glue strip. Press firmly to be sure it adheres.
3. Now, all you need to do is take a battery operated votive and place it inside. You will love how the light reflects off the Halloween tinsel!
4. When you are tired of using it as a votive holder, just take the votive out and replace it with office supplies.

Please note: It is advised that you only use a battery operated votive in this piece, as the garland and a real votive can cause a fire hazard.

Place this colorful candle holder anywhere you could use a little extra Halloween glow in your home. It would even look cute on an office desk or bedroom nightstand. So head to your local Dollar Tree and get these supplies so you too can get crafting!

Total Cost = $3
(assuming you already have a glue gun w/ glue sticks)

See more Dollar Store DIY Crafts to help decorate your home for Halloween for less!

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