Hi there and welcome back to our Dollar Store Divas post. There are six of us today showing you what we came up with for some fun, Halloween Dollar store crafts. Everyone loves dollar store crafts and they are getting more and more popular. So, today I am showing off my dollar store pumpkin tea light holder. They are easy and cheap!
Every time I jump on You Tube my screen is filled with dollar store craft videos. I love them. It is fun to see what people come up with from dollar store items and sometimes these creative people just blow my mind.
Our group hopes to impress you with our creative projects as well! After you are done reading my post be sure to visit the other five blogs and check out what they made too. I am sure you will get some great ideas for your own Halloween crafts.
Dollar Store Pumpkin Tea Light Holder
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Step 1: Clean the glass jars and remove the labels
The jars need to be clean for the paint to adhere well. Remove the handle and unscrew the rim and remove the tea light holder. Wash them with soap and water and remove any sticky labels on the bottom. I hate those labels. Just once I would love one to come off cleanly.
The label did not come off easily but I did manage to get it done.
Step 2: Paint the glass jars
Rustoleum Paprika spray paint is my color of choice for this project. I just love it. It looks just like fall and Halloween to me.
I opted not to paint the rim part and the handle because I thought the orange and black were perfect for Halloween but could also be used for fall decor as well.
Step 3: Sand the raised ridges on the glass jar
Use a sanding block to sand all of the raised edges. You can sand as much or as little you want. This will create a great look for the tea lights to shine through.
I think it turned out really cute.
Step 4: Finishing up
Once you are happy with the sanding, screw the lid and tea light holder back on and replace the handle if you want to. Then add the tea lights.
They just look so cute. Especially with my new Halloween village set.
It is obviously not to scale with the Halloween village but I still like them together.
What do you guys think?
For such an easy and budget friendly (cheap) project they are super cute and I think they resemble a pumpkin. Don’t you?
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- sanding block
- Wash and remove stickers from glass jars
- Spray paint the jars using the orange spray paint. Let dry completely.
- Use the sanding block to remove paint from the ridges of the jar.
- Screw the top/tea light holder back in place.
- Add the tea light.
Here are more creative Dollar Store Halloween projects by my friends and co-hosts for this month’s Dollar Store blog hop:
Because we all love crafting, we’ll be back the 3rd Friday of the month with a themed Dollar Store blog hop.
Click the links below to see the other fall inspired DIY’s for amazing fall Dollar Store DIY’s!
Michelle from Our Crafty Mom – Rae Dunn Inspired Dollar Store Chalkboard Pumpkins
Beverly from Across The Boulevard – Halloween Skeleton Candy Tray Using Dollar Store Items
Michelle from Michelle James Designs – Dollar Store Pumpkin Tea Lights
Heather from Daily DIY Life – Dollar Tree Skeleton
Shirley from Intelligent Domestications – Silly Spider Web Halloween Wreath
Toni from Girl, Just DIY – Non-Candy Halloween Treats for Kids
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