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Tom Turkey Candles

Today, we’re making an easy turkey decoration for your upcoming Thanksgiving celebrations!!!
Tom Turkey Candles!thanksgiving turkey candles

Materials needed for this craft are:

    • Pillar candles (I used two from the sale section at my local Wal-Mart)
  • Turkey stencil (I made mine with my Silhouette SD, but you could use a store bought stencil as well, or cut one with scissors)
  • Spray paint
  • Ribbon

 

The nice thing about using vinyl as a stencil is that the back is sticky… You can stick it to your candles without any other adhesive. In this photo you can see I used a little paper to make sure the candle was completely covered aside from the part I wanted to paint.

I spray painted a few thin layers on my candles letting each layer dry thoroughly in between. This way the design on your candles won’t be sticky. {I didn’t spray them on my kitchen table, FYI… haha. Just let them dry there. ;)}

Once your spray paint has completely dried remove your stencils and accent with ribbon around the bottom. I attached the ribbon with dabs of super glue so it wouldn’t slip off, but also tied it in a cute knot a the back.

Now you can display your Tom Turkey Candles for Thanksgiving!

Happy holidays lovelies!!!

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Kassi M. writes about 'all things lovely' on Truly Lovely, a blog she shares with her sister, Kayli. They talk crafts, recipes, DIY and a little bit of every day life. Kassi is a newlywed, new home owner, and self described craft enthusiast. She lives with her hubs and two doggies in Arizona.

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