You are going to want to make these DIY rainbow candles! Try your DIY craft skills with this easy DIY candle. This candle is so colorful, adorable and fun to make. You can learn how to make a homemade rainbow candles with these step by step instructions or video tutorial. These candles are super simple but if kids are considering this DIY craft project please get parents supervision as you will be using a hot glue gun. While this candle isn’t made with crayons you will be melting crayons to create a rainbow drip effect. So let’s start learning how to make an easy diy candle!
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How To Make Melted Rainbow Crayon Candle
To start you will need Crayola Crayons
You will also need a candle – white candle works best for this
Cheap hot glue gun – you will want a low temperature glue gun
Start by peeling paper off of crayons
Place crayon in hot glue gun
Twist crayon in
Start to drip crayons on candle
If the above makes a big mess then hold crayon over candle to heat and drip on candle
Keep dripping til you have the desired look you want
Continue on to the next crayon color and start dripping
Move on to next color repeat the same process until candle is dripped in the color of the rainbow
Remember to wipe tip of glue gun after each color
And now you have a DIY rainbow dripped candle – super cute!
DIY CRAYON DRIP CANDLE – Melting Crayons – How To
This DIY melted rainbow crayon candle is so cute and you end up with the cutest candle! This homemade diy candle idea is a great project to make anytime of the year and you can use it as room decor or give as a gift to friends, family, co-workers or neighbors. They would make great birthday gifts, Christmas gifts or just because. If you are looking for an easy DIY candle recipe this is the one for you. Make this with a store bought candle and drip with crayons to create an amazing dripping rainbow effect. Making and decorating a candle this way can be cheap and inexpensive as you can buy a candle from the Dollar Store and use up broken crayons. While this is not a scented candle it still is amazing to look at. This video tutorial was created by my friend Sarah from SoCraftastic on YouTube – check out her channel for super creative and fun DIYs. If you want more DIY candle inspiration you can check out Pinterest. There you can find how to make candles without wax, teacup candles, gel candles, coffee candles, cinnamon, cupcake and so much more. Tons of cute and fun candle DIY projects to choose from over there. Leave me a comment and let me know what is your favorite scent of candle or what kind of fragrance you would like your candle. Until next time I hope you guys have a rainbow and magical day!