Candle Crafts and Food Ideas

Candles are very important for many reasons in the Catholic church. We have Baptism candles, Paschal candles, Easter candles, and Advent candles. We celebrate Candlemas (coming up February 2) and the feast of St. Blaise is coming up on February 3. On St. Blaise’s feast day, we have our throats blessed with candlesticks. To read more about St. Blaise, click here.

These edible cake candles look like too much fun!

The directions are not in English, but

the pictures speak for themselves.

Cakes designed to look like candles


Find some great directions on Family Fun for making

these ice candles that turn out with a lacy look to them.

Ice candles in blue and white

I love this rolled felt candle ornament from Kaboose.Felt Candle

Make candles out of old crayon pieces with

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No Time for Flashcards.Crayons in a jar

Kaboose also has directions on how to make

this candle from a ribbon spool.Ribbon Spool Candle

Make your own dipped candles with

Fun in my Backyard.Hand dipping candles

I love these adorable edible candles from

Family Fun! And they’re easier than they look!Cookies and Cinnamon Sticks with frosting to make candles
I also found these great rolled beeswax candles

on The Crafty Crow.Hands rolling beeswax into candles

You can read all about diy Paschal Candles for Easter time here.

Paschal Candles at Home