Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Christmas Crown Tealight Holders ~Bostik Challenge

It is less than 7 weeks to Christmas and by now we should have all started our Christmas preparations in reality. There is so much to do, Christmas lists to make, menus to plan, guest lists to sort out and presents to wrap , tree and  table decorations to choose and make too.

As long as I can remember I have always encouraged my children to be part in all the planning, one aspect that we all loved doing when they were younger is making our own decorations and table settings. I really miss doing this as both my girls are grown up now. However I now have my crafting buddy Miss M to restart this tradition. This month our Bostik Box theme was Christmas so Little M and I made these pretty crown tea light holders for the Christmas table.

To make the crown tealight holders you will need:

1 a4 sheet of glitter card
1 a4  sheet gold card
2 tealights with batteries
1 star punch cutter
Bostik Glue

How to Make.

1. Measure and draw a rectangle 15 cm x 3 cm on the reverse of the green glitter card.
2. On the top long top edge draw a scalloped edge.
3. Cut the card out, if you have a star punch cut our starts along the cardboard strip using it. If you don't you can draw stars and cut them out free hand.

4. Wrap the strip around the tealight loosely and secure the edges with glue so that it form a tube around the tea light.
4. Using a top of a jar lid that is slightly bigger than your tea light draw around circle on the gold card and cut it out.
5. Stick the prepared tube shape onto the gold card and leave to dry.

6. Once dry, place your tealight inside the holder and put it on.
7. Repeat for as many tealight holders that you require.

This craft is suitable for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors.
If you like this project check the link below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children.

Kids Arts and Craft Videos
Kids Arts and Crafts Projects

Being part of the Bostik 2017 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.


  1. These are so cute, what a lovely idea for Christmas

  2. These are a brilliant and would make a fantastic festive gift for someone!

  3. A nice idea. Would be perfect for the Christmas dinner table.

  4. aw these are super cute. I am the worst at crafts but like the little shape cutter :)

  5. I love pretty tea lights.A creative proect which kids and adult both will enjoy.

  6. I love what you've done with these little crowns, they're so elegant and would look lovely on a festive mantlepiece.

  7. Love this craft idea I'll definitely have to give this a go with my toddler.

  8. This is a great Christmas diy project to do with my kids. They can even make it as a gift for their grandparents. Thank you for sharing!

  9. Wow this is such a great and cheap activity to get the kids in the Christmas spirit.

    Thanks for Sharing

    John M

  10. That's such a cool way to make some really awesome looking tealight holders!

  11. We love crafts, my daughter would be willing to give this a try.

  12. Such a cute idea - and they look fab too! I would love to try this with my little bro.

  13. What a great idea quick easy and so effective

  14. They are so cute, and look so simple to make! It's lovely to get your children involved, I bet they are proud to have their makes on the Christmas table!

  15. Your post brings together my two favorite things to have at Christmas time. Children and candlelight. I often think also that decorating doesn't have to be expensive to be beautiful, and these fit the bill in every way. x

  16. Can’t believe Christmas is so close! These are super cute and seem pretty easy to make. I will give it a try!

  17. Great idea. Such an easy project but it would make a fantastic homecrafted gift for loved ones.

  18. This is such a cute DIY pproject. I used to love crafts as a kid and I think the little ones would love this so much.

  19. You've reminded me how worryingly close to Christmas it is. Yikes. And here was me grumbling at Christmas ads on the TV. I only worry, because the husband and I are in the middle of some pretty big home improvements, and time is ticking.

    So seeing your adorable Christmas decorations is just wonderful, and you've put a little light (pun intended) in to my Grinch like soul. I love them. So easy to make, and so sweet. Lovely to have on the mantle above the fire, or on the dining table come Christmas dinner.

  20. You can use them no only for christmas. So cute.

  21. What a fantastic idea, my boys would love making these and they would be great as a token gift for my mum from them

  22. I always loved arts and crafts growing up, these look adorable and like they would be a fun family activity :)

  23. What an amazing idea!!! But for real, 7 WEEKS until Christmas! I can't take it!! LOL Where did the year go!!!! These are so beautiful and I want to get that cut out thing just because :)

  24. & weeks until Christmas!!! surely time flies to quickly. These tealights looks so adorable!

  25. Lovely and creative ideas for children.. I will pass it on to my grand daughter.


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