Holidays, valentines day

Easy Valentines Day Craft

Hello there, this is a very easy and inexpensive Valentine’s craft,  and makes a pretty decoration for Valentines Day!

Head down, (or shop online) to your local Dollar Tree and pick up all you will need for this project.

  • small glass votive candle holder
  • mod podge
  • red glitter
  • red permanent marker
  • taper candle holder

You can find all at the store except the mod podge.

First you will need a small glass votive candle holder. I picked up this one at a dollar store.DSCN4321.JPG

It’s just a small square glass 3″ candle holder I found at the Dollar Tree.

I started by taking a red marker and making half a heart on the bottom of the left front side.


Just like that….then you take Modpodge or white glue…and cover the inside of the heart and along the red outline. You don’t have to be exact…


Then you sprinkle red glitter on it!


Then I thought since it’s Valentines Day…the heart is bursting with love…(call me silly okay). So what I did was take a toothpick…or anything small point…and put glue in little spots coming from the heart….this is what I did…


I added more glitter… then I took a candle holder...from the Dollar Tree and put glue around the rimdscn4332

Then I put the heart candle holder I just made up on top…


From here you can do anything….fill with those heart candies and with a candle…


You can dress up the bottom with red rhinestones…from dollar store…


Or you can put the mod podge on the candle and sprinkle with red glitter and add those clear glass fillers you can get at dollar store….love that dollar store!!!!


To keep the glitter in it’s place…you can mod podge over the heart.

So that is my little project for today! Back to work on my project! Thank you so very much everyone that is reading my blog!!!

Head over to Dollar Tree, they are having a sale on Hallmark Cards 2 for $1....check it out!


65 thoughts on “Easy Valentines Day Craft”

      1. Yes! And they divided responsibilities: first both of them cut out hearts (with my help), then Shira wrote messages to the to older sisters and parents – in two languages! – while Ariel was punching holes. Then we strung the whole thing together, and my son promised to keep it hidden until Valentine. That was so much fun! And all thanks to you!

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