Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Bloody Pillar Candle and Bowl

Bloody Pillar Candle and Bowl

By: Vicki O'Dell

Detail of Bloody Candle Bloody Bowl

  • White Pillar Candle
  • Red Taper Candle
  • Black Candle Holder
  • Matches or Lighter
  • Small Glass Bowl or Vase
  • Glue Gun
  • Design Master Spray Paint- Carnation Red and Flat Black

Instructions for Candle:

This is a super easy idea that looks like it takes a lot more work than it actually does. All I did was put a white pillar candle on a black candle holder, light a red candle and let it drip down onto the top and sides of the white candle. Easy!

Homemade Halloween Decorations: Bloody Candle

Please don't let children do this craft and make sure to not leave burning candles unattended.

Instructions for Bloody Bowl:
First I washed a small fish bowl shaped vase inside and out.

Glass Bowl

Then I went for my trusty glue gun AGAIN! And just like with the Spooky Drippy Candles I dripped hot glue all around the rim. (Give me a glue gun or glue pot and spray paint and I'm a wild woman!!) Let it dry or set and then go back in and add a layer on top of the first. Do this a few times until you get the look you want.

Glass Bowl and Spray Paint

Then I used Flat Black Design Master spray paint and painted only the bottom of the bowl. Let the paint lighten and thin out as you go toward the top of the bowl. You want it to blend into the red so that there isn't a straight line around the bowl.

Painted Bloody Bowl 1

Finally, use the Carnation Design Master and paint the top of the bowl fading down into the black color. It gives your bloody cauldron a little demsion. That's it! You can use this to hold Halloween candy, a candle or even a small arrangement of flowers.

Painted Bloody Bowl 2

Here are some other ideas: For Christmas paint the bowl white and add Mod Podge and Diamond Dust to the drips to make it look like snow or frost. Paint the whole thing using Design Masters' Dark Chocolate or October Brown for a fun "Bon Bon" look or paint it the color of your room and leave the "drips" out all together to add a vase that coordinates with your decor.


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