Coffee Candle Crafts: 23 Interesting DIYs
The sweet and strong aroma of coffee and the soothing appearance of decorative candles, when blended, would add grace and charm to your home décor, enhancing it to the fullest.
Ways to Make Coffee Candles
You can either opt for the easiest way by placing pillar or votive candles over the coffee beans if you want things to be short and simple or mix the beans in the candle wax to make coffee-flavored candles. For your project, you can choose coffee beans, used coffee grounds or freshly prepared powder from Nespresso machines. The instructions below would guide you into the variety of enticing coffee themed candles for any occasion.
The white candles surrounded by the brown beans serve as a brilliant centerpiece.
The beans glued to the pillar candles make it look appealing indeed.
A smaller variation in comparison to the one shown above, this candle serves as an awesome coffee table decor.
You can decorate it further by tying a colorful ribbon around it if you wish to give it as a gift.
If you have planned to use your spacious garden as your wedding venue, many of these glass candles may adorn the tables set for the guests.
The glass pebbles added to it makes it look even more gorgeous.
The sweet scent of chopped vanilla and coffee beans would spread all over your room, rejuvenating your mood to the fullest.
Adding coffee scented oil to the wax makes it smell more delicious!
These tea light candles in coffee cups serve as a great table décor. You can make it look more attractive by designing the cups with sparkles or glitters.
Make these simple candles in coffee mugs to give away as Christmas gifts. For the wax to melt quickly, a candle warmer may be used.
These beautifully arranged candles would be a bonus for your coffee table décor.
These lovely coffee-smelling candles may serve as gift sets during the festive season.
You can go for a big candle holder and arrange these glass candles uniformly for a stunning visual impact.
Instead of throwing away your used glass bottles, turn them into beautiful candles by stuffing coffee beans and vanilla in it, which would look magnificent when gracing your table.
If you are decorating for Christmas, you can put red and green candles to celebrate the spirit of festivity.
Glitters added to the mugs can give these simple candles a gorgeous look. You may tie colorful ribbons around them if you wish to give them as gifts.
Check out this unique idea where you can make exciting coffee flavored candles by smearing coats of a mixture made from coffee and cinnamon, rather than placing the beans within. You can also add other ingredients like nutmeg and cloves.
You can use your upcycled coffee can as a candle holder rather than throwing it into the garbage bin. Another variation would be to stuff it with beans and add a tea light or votive candle to it.
You can alternatively use your coffee cans to make bright lanterns for intensifying the charm of your interiors.
If you want to set it aside for giving gifts, then attach a lid to it along with a showy ribbon or twine.
This coffee-flavored candle can be decorated with flower petals or shells to create a unique effect.
The coffee bean candle wrapped in tulle along with a cute ribbon sitting on top looks splendid.
Your munchkins would be enthralled in assisting you to shape these sweet smelling coffee candles. Let us get into action and beautify our homes with these artistic craftworks.
Published on February 17th 2016 by Miranda Gibbs