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Apple Candle Tutorial

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The rich red apple tea light holders were one of the highlights of the Snow White Wedding Inspiration shoot on Polka Dot Bride this week and I thought what a great DIY project they would be!

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What You’ll Need:

– Apples in your choice of colour with a steady, even base. (What about red and green apples for Christmas!)

– Lemon juice

– Tea light candles

– A cookie cutter the same size as your candles or if you’re doing a lot of apple candles, it might be worth investing in a candle carver (I found candle carvers on Amazon, Jane’s Tote and The Candle Carver Company) or a drill with a round drill bit (be extremely careful if using this option).

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1. Using your cookie cutter or candle carver, place your shape on the top of the apple, ensuring it is in the centre. Push down to create your shape. If using a cookie cutter, remove it and carve out enough of the apple so your candle can sit without having it’s sides exposed.

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2. Pour lemon juice into the hole and let it sit for five minutes being pouring out. This helps the apple not turn brown and keeps your candles fresher for longer.

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3. Push your tea light into the hole making sure the edges align with the edge of the hole.

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4. Light!

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Snow White inspiration shoot photos by Neiyo Sun. Tutorial photos by Polka Dot Bride.

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