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Colorful Candle Holders

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Looking for a cute, decorative craft that won’t take much time? Try these colorful candle holders that will help you and your kids set the holiday mood. The flickering light and festive colors will make your home even cozier.
Try these colorful candle holders that will help you and your kids set the holiday mood.
What You’ll Need
  • Tissue paper

  • Glass jar

  • Glue

  • Brush

  • Battery-powered candles

What to Do

1. Cut or tear tissue paper into small pieces.

2. Coat a small section of the jar with glue. Cover with tissue paper.

3. Repeat until you’ve covered the outside of the jar.

4. Turn on a battery-powered candle, drop it in, and watch your holder glow!

Extend the Fun

Younger kids: Tearing paper into small pieces might be just the right challenge for your little one, so keep the project going. Find large gift boxes and repeat the paper pieces + glue steps. Then you’ll have a personalized gift box that’s perfect for any family member.    

Older kids: Once the jars are done and the candles lit, talk about how the light is getting through the jar and the paper. Where does the light shine brighter? Where is it dimmer? Introduce the words opaque and transparent. Relating vocabulary words to real life—and what’s right in front of them—can help kids learn.  

Money is a touchy topic for many American families. How likely are you to discuss a job loss or serious financial setback with or in front of your children? Choose one answer.

Parents Talk Back
Money is a touchy topic for many American families. How likely are you to discuss a job loss or serious financial setback with or in front of your children? Choose one answer.
I would not discuss a serious financial setback/job loss with my children. I wouldn’t want them to worry.
24% (11 votes)
I would consider discussing a financial setback/job loss with my children—they'd probably find out anyway.
31% (14 votes)
I would have no problem discussing a financial setback/job loss with my children.
44% (20 votes)
Total votes: 45