Looking for some SCENT-SATIONAL DIY candle-making tutorials? From color scented, to candles out of mason jars… these are fun, cheap, and simple ways to save some money by making your own! These are sure to light up your life. Check them out!
Here are the candles I found:
DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte Candle
Feeling basic? Love anything from Starbucks? How about anything with PUMPKIN SPICE! Bring that amazing spicy scent into your home with this super cute pumpkin spice-inspired DIY candle. Being placed in a ceramic Starbuck cup, the candle will be too basic yet cute to pass up!
DIY Layered Crayon Candles
Source: Happy Go Lucky Blog
Lets face it. Candle collecting is fun, but it can get to be quite an expensive habit. Why not try making your own? These specifically are so easy and perfect for the beginner candle maker!
DIY Wine Bottle Citronella Candles
Source: Hello Glow
You always need a candle or two to light up your space. If you’re looking for a new and unique style, these wine bottle citronella candles are stylish, and unique, and add so much pizzazz to your home or space. Sip wine and stay comfortable out on the back porch!
Easy Candle Making For Beginners
Source: The Honeycomb Home
If you’re looking for a simple and easy step-by-step tutorial to start making your own candles… this is the one! It’s straight forward and you only need a couple of things to get started. If this is your first time, this would be a great place to start
DIY Underwater Seashell Candles
Source: Dream A Little Bigger
I don’t know about you… but I can always use some vitamin SEA! If you feel like you are constantly going through candles then you will be all about this money-saving tutorial on making your own out-of-sea shells. Shell yeah!
DIY Terracotta Candle Craft
Source: Sugar & Charm
These mini terracotta candles are just too cute! Whether you’re a crazy plant lady like me or not… I feel like these would be a super fun spring or summer craft project to make. Plus, you’d end up with plenty of little candles to burn around the house
DIY Homemade Tea Tin Candle
Source: Sweet Cayenne
If you’re looking for a unique, hand-made gift for that special person in your life these tea tin candles will be the perfect thing! Making them easy and fun, and incredibly cheap. I love this idea!
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Homemade Eucalyptus Essential Oil Candle Recipe
Source: The Homespun Hydrangea
Making a eucalyptus essential oil candle like this one will be one of the best things you do this year, I guarantee it! The smell is SO strong and amazing, and they are perfect for all occasions and can be used throughout the year!
The Easiest Beeswax Candle Recipe
Source: Our Oily House
If you are looking for a way to make your home feel cozier, add some candles! Better yet, you can make them all on your own! It’s much easier than you think, especially with this tutorial! These would make great gifts to make for those special people in your life
DIY Concrete Easter Candle
Source: Lily Ardor
Looking for some Easter-themed decorations? You can make concrete Easter candles like these! They are very decorative, easy to make, and will give you that fun easter flare you are looking for this season!
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Wood Wick Soy Candle
Source: Coco Kelley
I love wood wick candles and this tutorial shows you exactly how to make your own! Using soy wax and essential oil or perfume fragrance of choice, you won’t find a better place to go for candle making! These candles are so strongly scented and look amazing once you’re all done
Natural Ombre Candles Recipe
Source: Lovely Greens
I am obsessed with those candles that change their scent with every color! I’m talking to you Bath & Body Works with your amazing smelling overpriced beauties. I became so obsessed my bank account was starting to suffer and I am so glad I found tutorials like this one! To be able to still have colored candles with scents I choose while saving money has been a game changer. It really is easy to make your own!
DIY Lemon Lavender Candle
Source: Boxwood Avenue
Ready to try something new this winter season? How about some homemade rustic candles? Contrary to all beliefs that making candles is hard, here’s a tutorial that proves that making candles really is pretty easy!
Easy DIY Candles In Granny’s Candy Dish
Source: House of Hawthornes
Love the look and the SMELL of a modern-looking candle burning on your kitchen counter or side table? But, tired of spending lots of money on candles that burn way too quickly? Why not DIY? And, the best part is that you can make candles more unique than the ones sold in stores. Maybe a candle in a glass dish, like this one!
DIY Cookie Cutter Candles
Source: Ever Mine
Love making unique gifts for the people that matter the most? These handmade candles in different shapes using cookie cutters are so unique, and make the perfect present! Check out this tutorial to get a better look!
DIY Peppermint Mason Jar Candles
Source: A Pumpkin & A Princess
These candles and I are MINT to be this winter season! Peppermint-scented candles in a mason jar, what more could you want? They look so modern and give off such a spiced scent. Minty fresh to death this holiday season!
DIY Funfetti Soy Mason Jar Candle
Source: Mason Jar Breakfast
I love using mason jars whenever I can for my craft projects. Make your own mason jar candle with soy wax flakes, liquid vanilla, light corn syrup, water, and sprinkles. Pick the shape/size you like and get down to crafting!
DIY Wood Wick Campfire Mug Candle
Source: Purely Katie
Let’s be real. If you’re going to go through the trouble of making your own candle, you want it to be unique. Using natural soy wax, autumn leaves fragrance oil, and a campfire mug, you will create the perfect abstract candle perfect for the colder months. The end result – IMPRESSIVE!
DIY Pumpkin Spice Candle With Essentials Oils
Source: Country Hill Cottage
Are you one of those people who get so excited when autumn comes and want to buy the perfect fall-scented candles? Save your money and make some at home using soy wax and essential oils! You will be FALLing for all of the different creations you can do on your own this autumn. Want to try it out? Check out this detailed tutorial
Homemade Wax Melts
Source: By Brittany Goldwyn
Do you have some leftover candle wax at the bottom of your burned-out candles? Don’t throw it away!! Instead, use it to make some homemade wax melts on a budget. These coconut oil wax melts are very easy to make and have a strong scent. What a money-saving hack!
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Mason Jar Candles with Pressed Flowers
Source: Hearth & Vine
Looking for the perfect mason jar DIY gift or project? Here’s an idea – cans! You can make mason jar candles with pressed flowers with essential oils just like the ones in this tutorial, and they turn out absolutely fantastic. From the way they look to the way, they smell these are awesome!
Red, White, and Blue Homemade Citronella Candles
Source: Growing Up Gabel
Whether you’re a crafty candle maker looking for a new project or are looking to add some July flare to your home, here’s a great idea for your next craft! Red-white-blue-colored citronella candles! Doesn’t get more patriotic than that, does it?
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DIY Candle With Wooden Stand
Photo credit: Love Joy Workshop on Instagram
This simple, yet stylish candle with a wooden stand may be what you’ve been looking for! Although it looks plain, that’s the beauty of it. You can take advantage and use it in every room regardless of the vibe! I love it
DIY Crayon Rainbow Candle
Source: Red Head Can Decorate
Rainbows are more than a pot of gold and colors. They are reflections of sunlight through raindrops! Now, how bad do you want to make this rainbow candle? Using wax and crayons this will be such a pretty project to complete with an amazing turnout! Taste the rainbow? Nah. SMELL the rainbow!
Rolled Beeswax Candles
Source: Artful Homemaking
Cheap, easy, and such a useful DIY project… homemade candles rock! If you want to make some traditional yet stylish candles like the rolled beeswax ones here, check out this tutorial!
Easy DIY Margarita Scented Candles
Source: Shaken Together
Margarita? Yes, please. Margarita scent candle? UMMM, I THINK DEFINITELY. These are incredibly simple to make, and look like real margaritas!
DIY Candles With Citronella
Source: Lia Griffith
Always wanted to make candles at home but it seemed as if it could be too difficult? Wrong. Making homemade candles is simple, practical, and FUN! Plus, you can choose their shape, design, and scent to match your vibe. If you have some free time, you can try out this recipe and make burning citronella candles you can use outdoor or give as a gift!
How to Make Homemade Natural Candles
Source: 100 Days Of Real Food
This tutorial shows you how you can make scented candles from natural beeswax and scented essential oils. Apart from being all-natural, this is such a cheap way to light up your house with good style and good smell!
A Hug In A Jar Scented Candle
If you’ve found a few DIY candles that you want to make… check out these candle ideas that you can pick up on Etsy. Get the exact scent you want or get a few of them to give as gifts!
Suntan Lotion Scent Candles
Do you love the smell of suntan lotion? If you just said (or thought) YES, you’ll love these scented candles and wax melts! Made of jasmine, lavender, lilac, rose, and green herbs, they bring the beach scent straight to your home!
Cotton Blossom & Magnolia Candle
Book lovers, this ones for you! Here is a candle inspired by the famous novel Gone with the Wind. Love the book or know someone who does? This candle will be the perfect addition to you or your loves one’s home! Smells amazing, too
Coffeehouse Mason Jar Candle
Coffee and candles… who can resist the combination? Now you can enjoy both of them with this coffeehouse mason jar candle! Get ready to enjoy a cup of your favorite drink accompanied by the natural coffee scent I’ve ever smelled!
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