The Partiologist: Push Pops - Day 7 - Candle

Push Pops - Day 7 - Candle

I know it's black Friday and I should be out pushing and shoving (just kidding) but instead I'm Push Popping!  I really hope you know what this is supposed to be, my husband didn't get it.  But then again, he didn't get the gingerbread push pop either! :) 

Candle Push Pop



I started with some pretty scrapbook paper and glittered light bulb picks (Joann Fabrics)~
Cut the paper to fit the Push Pop and then cut off the bulbs~I only used one bulb, but didn't know which one would look best.
I then used my hot glue and made some 'drips' around the top of the Push Pop and sprinkled it with glitter before it dried.  I hope you know where I'm going with this, it really turned out cuter in my head, but I had already glued the paper on the Push Pop container so I had to continue...and here it is~
A Push Pop Candle??
Please tilt your head a little to the right when you look at the above photo and then it will be straight!
And cookies to put inside~
Oh, I almost forgot...
You could fill it with Chocolate Kisses - who doesn't love a Kiss??  I hope this put a little light in your Black Friday!
 
This Christmas, Glow all out!

12 comments :

  1. I totally could see it. My husband does the same thing. They look and flip it and then say "nice" when you know they don't have a clue what it is.
    This is great! You could decorate it as a birthday candle, too, for birthday parties.

    Thanks again!
    Linda

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  2. Sparkly and shiny and you are not out shopping??? Me neither - not my thing! The kisses to go along with this idea are so fitting! Beautiful and awesome as always! :) Cheeron!!!!!!!

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  3. I like it a lot, it turned cute!

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  4. ADORABLE!!!! from, twobeautifulgirls

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  5. I got it immediately! I think it came out perfect! It looks like a beautiful Christmas candle! This one is my fav!

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  6. Very pretty! By the way we played the turkey game yesterday! Thanks again.

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  7. Prettiest candle ever!! Maybe your husband wasn't thinking clearly since he hadn't had his string cheese dinner yet :0)

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  8. This would be great for the kids to make for Chanukkah, then let them eat the candy each night when they "light" the candle!

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  9. that's 2 push-pop "wows" you've made... I don't know if we have such a thing in Australia - but I'm going looking... very clever.

    Linda x

    http://partycraftsecrets.blogspot.com/

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  10. How clever. I've been thinking of recycling some containers I have for cookie giving this Christmas, this just gave me an idea.Hope you are having a lovely weekend.
    Hani ♥

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