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Make interchangeable candle wraps with your Cricut

Use vellum paper and your Cricut to transform your candles to match the seasons.

You’ll love this tutorial if you’re like me and lack the space to store your seasonal decorations!

The principle is to use vellum paper (or tracing paper) and adhesive vinyl to wrap your candles.

Simply fix the tracing paper around the (electric) candle with a tiny piece of tape.

This way, when the season ends, you can simply remove the tape and store the decoration flat! You can then replace it with the next decoration!

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Two ways to get free SVG files

The files to make the 3 versions of these candles are available free of charge.

Decoration for autumn:

Halloween decoration:

Christmas decoration :

If you’re a Cricut Access member, the files are available directly in Cricut Design Space at no extra cost to you. Click on this link to open a project containing autumn, Halloween and Christmas files.

If you’re not a Cricut Access member, you can get the SVG files to make these candles absolutely free by subscribing to my newsletter below (Already subscribed? Find the link and password at the bottom of all my e-mails).

How to make the candle wraps

Watch the video for all the details


Sunday 29th of October 2023

Thank you for sharing Natalie. Fun. Gonna do the Christmas first.

Pat Naylor

Friday 27th of October 2023

These are awesome... can't wait to do this project


Tuesday 24th of October 2023

I really would love to make these interchangeable candle wraps, can't wait to try this out. Thank you so much for your excellent ideas and crafts.


Wednesday 25th of October 2023

Thank you Sharon!


Tuesday 24th of October 2023

I can't wait to try this! Thanks so much for your excellent ideas/crafts!

Brenda Kirby

Tuesday 24th of October 2023

What an awesome idea!


Wednesday 25th of October 2023

Thanks Brenda!

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