DIY Fall Leaf Candleholder
Learn how to make these easy DIY Fall leaf candleholders. Decorate for fall with this easy craft project.
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I’m craving that cozy Fall feeling, but I live in Florida where it’s still 90º. The easiest way to get that feeling is to light a candle and cozy up with a book and a cup of tea.
So I made these cute fall leaf candleholders to pretend that it’s even cozier.
How to Make a DIY Fall Leaf Candleholder
- Cricut (I used my Cricut Maker 3)
- Gold Vinyl (I used Smart Vinyl)
- Small Glass Vases or Candleholders*
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Transfer Tape
- Weeding Tools
- Leaf SVGs (scroll to the end of post)
I bought these small vases to use as candleholders, but they were a little too small to use for the pillars that I bought. However, they would work perfectly with votives or tea lights as I used.
If you’re new to Cricut, be sure to check out this post on working with vinyl.
- Clean the vase or candleholder with rubbing alcohol. This removes any oils from your skin to make the vinyl stick better.
- Cut your design as usual. My candleholders were about 4″ high, so I resized each leaf to be about 2″ tall.
- Cut each leaf apart.
- Weed the vinyl.
- Apply the transfer tape to the vinyl.
- Apply the leaves to the candleholder in a random pattern.
- Keep going until your candleholder is covered to your satisfaction.
- Enjoy your candleholder.
Download Fall Leaf SVGs
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