mirror snowflake candleholder

Here is a quick and cheap Dollar Tree Christmas decoration idea. You can make this Mirror Snowflake Candleholder for under $10 and it only takes about 15-20 minutes to make!

Dollar Tree Christmas Decor DIY Project

Supplies for Mirror Snowflake Candleholder

Directions for Mirror Snowflake Candleholder

  1. Remove the felt pads from the backs of all the mirrors.
  2. Paint the backs of the mirrors whatever color you’d like. I coated the backs with mod podge and poured epsom salt on it then let it dry to give it an icy lantern look on the inside.
  3. Using a hot glue gun, glue the snowflakes to the middle of all the mirrors.
  4. Put hot glue down the edge of each of the mirror and quickly attach it to another mirror’s edge. Wait until dry (1-2 minutes)
  5. Repeat step 4 for all 4 mirrors. I added another strip of glue along the inner edges to just make sure it’s securely held in place, but it’s an optional step.
  6. Put the candleholder lantern on top of a piece of foam board and trace the outline with a pencil.
  7. Cut out the foam board along the lines and erase pencil markings.
  8. Glue around the edges of the foam board. Line up the lantern with the edges of the foam board and press it down, holding until it dries.
  9. Put a candle inside the lantern and enjoy! (I added a layer of epsom salt on the bottom to hide the foam board and give it a frosty look)

Merry Christmas!!

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