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Succulent Inspired Paper Tea Light

Succulents are so gorgeous and I love having them around. So for today’s monthly creative blog hop, I thought, why not make a succulent inspired paper tea light! We are all showing you a paper post this time and so making a cute tea light with paper felt like a fun idea. And who doesn’t like a little succulent light lit up on a warm summer’s night??




 

Succulent Inspired Paper Tea Light

What I have used:

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paper coffee filter

green water colors

white glue

paint brush

scissors

small glass or jar

tea light candle

adhesive lace ribbon

 

1. Paint the coffee filter with your water colors on both sides. For this tea light I painted three filters on both sides. Set aside and let dry.

2. Cut out oval shapes in different sizes.

 

succulent inspired paper tea light kreativk.net

 

3. Grab the jar or glass you will use for the tea light and add glue to the top part.

4. Start adding the smallest ovals all around the top.

5. Do the same as in step 4 except a layer lower, underneath and in between the first ovals until the whole jar is covered.

 

succulent inspired paper tea light kreativk.net

 

6. Add the adhesive lace ribbon to the bottom.

7. Add your candle light.

8. Fold the top of the ovals in shape and done!

 

succulent inspired paper tea light kreativk.net

 

succulent inspired paper tea light kreativk.net

 

succulent inspired paper tea light kreativk.net

 

succulent inspired paper tea light kreativk.net

 

Pin it for later!!

 

succulent inspired paper tea light //kreativk.net

 

What do you think of this easy succulent tea light?? It is simple and a fun weekend project for sure and looks so cute on any table in- or outdoors!

Make sure to check out all the other paper inspired posts from my blogging pals below! Thank you for stopping by today, wishing you a great day,

 

 



 

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  • Sandra L Garth
    26/05/2018 at 02:08

    These would make great wedding or shower favors! Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great week holiday.

    • Katrin
      02/06/2018 at 08:24

      Thanks so much Sandra!!

  • Debrashoppeno5
    23/05/2018 at 04:02

    I had no idea this was made from coffee filters. This is so pretty.

    • Katrin
      24/05/2018 at 06:38

      Thanks Debra!!

  • Marie
    18/05/2018 at 17:45

    How pretty, Katrin and such a fabulous way to repurpose coffee filters 😍 These would look so pretty on guest tables at a summer wedding too! Pinned 😊

    • Katrin
      20/05/2018 at 15:00

      Thanks so much Marie!!

  • Sam - Raggedy Bits
    17/05/2018 at 02:08

    Oh, this is so beautiful Katrin!!! Love how you added the lace around the bottom. Brillant use of coffee filters too!! So very sweet!

    • Katrin
      20/05/2018 at 14:56

      Thank you Sam, so happy you like it 🙂

  • Janine
    16/05/2018 at 23:34

    Katrin,
    Love your project, so creative and pretty! I have not used coffee filters but I keep trying to come up with projects. I love that you used them and they look awesome! Thanks for joining our monthly blog hop!

    • Katrin
      20/05/2018 at 14:53

      Thank you Janine, this was a fun hop!!

  • Maria
    16/05/2018 at 21:03

    This is so charming! I love this idea! I love that you used filters. Great recycle project.
    Maria

    • Katrin
      16/05/2018 at 21:15

      Thank you so much Maria!

  • Mary
    16/05/2018 at 19:46

    Katrin that is such a pretty and inspired idea. I never would have thought to use the paper like that. And the color you chose is perfect. It creates such a nice atmosphere with the tealight.

    • Katrin
      16/05/2018 at 21:14

      Thank you Mary. I don’t really use coffee filters anymore, but found these the other day in my kitchen, and am glad I could use them up!