How to Make a Pretty Christmas LED Light Holder


Christmas LED Light Holder

Have you ever been in a candle-lit parade or procession only for your candle to blow out?  Are you worried about younger kids carrying naked flames when they are part of a choir?  We share a simple craft that is safe, practical and easy to make too!

We hope you enjoy making this simple Christmas Craft and if you want more great festive ideas then keep reading to the end of this post!

Christmas Light Holder from Witty Hoots



Cardboard eggbox


Silver or gold foil

LED tea light



How to Make Your Tea Light Holder

Cut the egg box where four of the eggs would sit and then turn it over.  The tall ‘pyramid’ part of the egg box is now the handle.  Cover the handle in glue and cover it in the foil.  Leave to dry.  Next cover the top of the light holder with glue and add another sheet of foil.  Allow this to dry.  Then take a length of tinsel and wrap around the handle.  Finally, switch on the tea light and attach it to the top of your light holder with sticky tack or glue.

When To Use It!

This tea light holder is ideal for processions, choirs and for visiting friends and family with.  These are also great for taking to a Carol Service or if you are going out carol singing too!  If you are letting younger children use one of these LED light holder’s then, you should supervise them at all times.

Pretty Christmas Light Holder from Witty Hoots


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