Let's make some diy Halloween candles decoration!

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a Halloween candle centerpiece with spiders and moss in a cloche

Welcome to the 13 days of Halloween!  Bri from Parties With A Cause and I are sharing 13 fun ways to celebrate Halloween at home with your family this year.  Today we're both sharing diy Halloween decorations.  This diy Halloween candles decoration was SUPER easy to put together and looks great with my other 

Here's everything you need to make this diy Halloween decoration:

I picked up all of my supplies from local stores, but for your convenience, I've linked the above list to Amazon items.  If you don't mind running out to the store, I found the spiders and moss at Dollar Tree, the candles at Hobby Lobby, and the cloche at the 99 cents store - it was only $1.99!!!   

everything needed to make a diy Halloween decoration - battery opereated candles, a glue gun, moss, and a Halloween cloche

Put a very small dab of hot glue on the belly of the spiders and glue them to the battery operated candles.  Glue as many as you like, but try to keep in mind how you'll be arranging the candles on the cloche base.

adding fake spiders to Halloween battery operated candles

Place some moss on the bottom of the cloche.  Then simple arrange the candles after turning them on and pop on the lid! 

Pretty easy, right?

Over on Parties With A Cause, Bri made these DIY Witch Gnomes.

That's it for this diy Halloween candles decoration.  Make sure to come back for the rest of the 13 days of Halloween ideas 2020.  Until next time!

 

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 Halloween flameless candles with spiders in a cloche

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