Is one of your favorite things about the holidays Santa Claus? Be honest. Whether your 5 or 65 years old people of all ages love Santa. If you are looking for a new and creative way to celebrate Santa then make these Santa Candleholders. Kindra Boroff designed this project using FolkArt Enamel and Extreme Glitter paints. This project makes a wonderful centerpiece on your holiday table, or place on top of a fireplace. This eye-catching craft is not for a beginner crafter. This is perfect for an intermediate or advanced level crafter. To see all the supplies you will need, along with the complete instructions see below.
FolkArt Enamels- 4001 Wicker White, 4133 Lipstick Red
FolkArt Extreme Glitter-2796 Hologram, 2792 Red, 2787 Silver
Stencil Décor-1529 Spouncer Value pack
Plaid Stencil Value Pack-29375 Plain Jane
Wine bottles, 2 ½” Black satin ribbon, Gray cardstock, Hot glue, Masking tape
- Base coat the wine bottles with Wicker White using a spouncer. Allow to dry completely
- Tape off the bottom and top section of the bottle to create a 6” middle section. Spounce with Lipstick Red. Allow to dry completely or bake the bottles following manufacturer’s instructions.
- Re-tape and spounce with Red glitter. Allow to dry completely between coats.
- Spounce the white sections with Hologram glitter.
- Measure the black ribbon to fit the bottle. Stencil the letters in Wicker White onto the ribbon.
- When dry spounce a few coats of Hologram to the letters.
- Spounce the gray cardstock with Silver glitter. Add a few coats for complete coverage allowing it to dry completely in between coats.
- Cut 3 ½” squares from the cardstock. Cut the center out so that there is a ¾” wide edge.
- Hot glue the ribbon 2 ½” up from the base of the bottle. Hot glue the silver mat to the ribbon as shown, creating a buckle.
- Add white taper candles.