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St. Patricks Day Flameless Candle Centerpiece Craft

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These DIY Shamrock Flameless Candles are an easy St. Patrick’s Day dining table centerpiece. Learn how to make this simple craft using dollar tree supplies. 

St. Patrick's Day dining table centerpiece featuring Shamrocks

St. Patrick’s Day can be a fun family holiday. We like to eat Shepherd’s Pie, Colcannon, Beef Stew or Corned Beef on St. Patty’s Day in our home while making some fun crafts with the kids.

We like being creative and making crafts from dollar store supplies, so we created this easy St. Patrick’s Day Flameless Candle Craft for you. It can be used as part of a centerpiece on your dining table or even as a nightlight.

Since this kids craft uses window cling stickers, you can replace them with different stickers for different holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas or Valentine’s Day. Or you can reuse the glasses or jars for other purposes when St. Patrick’s Day is over.

Close up of finished Shamrock Flameless Candles for St. Patrick's Day

St. Patricks Day Flameless Candle Centerpiece Craft

Learn how to make simple flameless candle centerpiece for St. Patrick's Day with dollar store supplies.
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Makes: 2 Candles

Supplies

Tools

  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Cleaning cloth

Instructions

  • Use the rubbing alcohol to clean any stick residue from the glasses before starting. Pour the green sand into the clean jars or glasses. The sand will hold the flameless candles in place.
    Green sand in the bottom of glasses
  • Put the window cling stickers on the jars however you want.
    Shamrocks applied to the glasses with green sand
  • Put the flameless candles in the jars or glasses. Test them to make sure they work first. Your centerpiece is ready to use on your table for St. Patrick's Day.

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