Spring is here. Need more reason to decorate and celebrate? Easter is here. And I’m here with lots of Easter eggs decor, so you might have to save those egg shells before you trash them. Try these simple Marbelized Egg Shell Candles this easter to spice up your spring home decor.
If you know me, you’ll understand I don’t spend a fortune for most of my crafts. So, take out all those sleeping nail polishes from your drawer and get going!
How to Make Marbleized Egg Shell Candles
- Egg Shells
- Nail Polish
- Old Candle and Wick
- Printouts for the Mason Jar Print
Make sure you don’t crack open the entire egg shell. Open only the top portion for the candle to burn. And wash them. Drop the nail polish in the water, I have splattered them in the bowl of water
Drop the nail polish in the water, I have splattered them in the bowl of water, you can marbleize however you want them to be.
Time to melt the wax! I collected all the tiny floating candles leftovers and melted them.
Now, pour the wax into the egg shell. The shell is going to be very hot after you pour the wax, so avoid touching them immediately. Let them cool.
And you’re done! Light up and enjoy!!
Wondering what those printouts are for? Follow the instructions here to make this sticker to stick to the mason jar.
I designed this quote “Keep Calm It’s Almost Easter” with the bunny silhouette as Easter is around the corner and I totally love it how it turned out.
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