You don't need fancy tools or supplies to create a pretty Christmas craft. Make your own candle toppers and set them out to glow all Christmas season long. This easy Christmas craft is so simple, you'll be able to whip it up in no time. All you need is cardstock, small battery-powered votive candles, and a hole punch.
Small-space Christmas decor doesn't have to be short on style. Create a whimsical display on your dining room table or on a hall console table. Creating these candle toppers is simple and once you've mastered the how-to, try making variations with colored card stock and fun patterns. Exchange a circle hole punch for a star shape, Christmas tree shape, box shape, or any shape you choose! To start, cut a circle from your cardstock. Use a bowl just slightly smaller than the paper's width to trace a circle. Cut out the circle, and then cut the circle halfway to the middle.
Wrap the paper around into a cone shape. Secure with glue — we prefer hot glue, but craft glue could work as well. Allow glue to set. Then, punch holes into the paper cone using a hole punch of choice. You can use different sizes and shapes for each cone, or mix and match on one tree.
Place the cone over a battery powered candle votive to create the look of a snowy tree in winter. Display together on a mantle, shelf, or table. Finish the look with a forest of tiny DIY bottlebrush trees, faux snow, and berries. Display everything on a tray or low dish to contain the snow. Turn off the lights and admire your winter wonderland.
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