Read below to learn how to paint a candle holder with MudPaint!
Candle holders. Do you know why I love to paint candle holders? I absolutely love candles. Their smell and the light they produce are considered by me as necessary items in my home. I love how you can place a candle about anywhere and they fit in. There are so many styles of holders, so many types of jars, there is never a lack of choice for adding a candle to home decor. The only thing though that I don’t like is the price of candles, holders, warmers…
A Yankee candle cost more than I set aside each month for other items needed and I can burn a candle out in no time! Believe me if I sat down and figured out how much money I spent on candles a year, I may cry. So the one thing that I have found to save money with my candle obsession is to find candle holders that need repurposed and making them over with MudPaint. That’s it — paint a candle holder for a few dollars and a few minutes! Then I buy inexpensive candles or I don’t light them often. I’ve found that I still enjoy my candles and I still have money for other things. So many of our customers have done this with lamps, as well!
Do you have a candle obsession? Do you have candle holder that is outdated or could use a fresh new look with a coat of MudPaint? Use MudPaint to paint candle holders and make it over inexpensively! MudPaint’s fantastic adhesion is a perfect fit for this project.
t’s easy, fun, and seriously will take less than 5 minutes and no more than a few dollars. You only need a sample size of MudPaint and a brush to makeover a candle holder. The great thing about MudPaint is a little goes a long ways. You will have a lot of paint leftover to complete other projects. Painting a candle holder is a quick and easy DIY project. Get a similar look as She Shed Creations with MudPaint’s Manor White. Follow these steps to easily transform a candle holder with MudPaint: