I love Dollar Tree Crafts. These Dollar Tree Christmas Lamp Posts are no different. I saw this craft on Pinterest and decided to recreate it for you here. They are a super simple Dollar Tree craft to put together using Dollar Tree supplies. Add some glue and black spray paint and you are ready to go to create this fun Christmas project. I really like the festive atmosphere that these lamp posts create. It is just like a London street at night in the old days of gas lamps. These lamps are the perfect Christmas decor project for any home this Christmas season and they don’t take long to make. If you like this project check out my other dollar tree crafts.
What you will Need: How to Make Dollar Tree Christmas Lamp Posts
- 3 ceramic candle holder
- 2 glass jars with tops
- 2 Red and Black mini bows
- Greenery for decoration
- Black spray paint
- Hot Glue
- Mod Podge
- White glitter or epsom salt
- 2 tea lights
Step 1: Spray Paint Your Pieces
Using spray paint that sticks to glass spray paint the glass candle sticks and the lids to the glass jars. These will be painted black. Make sure that you let the paint dry completely before moving onto the next step.
Step 2: Cover the Jars with Epsom Salt
Take the glass jars and cover each with Mod Podge. Cover each jar with the epsom salt to resemble snow on the jars. You could also use white glitter for this as well. Let dry. I recommend you do this in steps. I found that if you cover the whole jar with ModPodge it dries before you can get all of the epsom salt on it.
Step 3: Glue the Pieces
Using the hot glue glue one glass jar to the ceramic candle holder. Glue two ceramic candle holders together. Then glue the second glass jar to the top.
Step 4: Add the Mini Bows and Greenery
Hot glue the mini bows and greenery to the space between ceramic candle holder and the glass jar for decoration. Glue the second mini bow and greenery to the space where you glued the two candle holders together. You have now finished your Dollar Tree Christmas Lamp Posts.
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