A free printable to make any votive holder an easy Advent calendar candle and count down the days until Christmas.
We’re officially taking the plunge and untangling the twinkle lights around here… Christmas is 6 weeks away, y’all!!! Robert and I spent all weekend spiffing up the house, and I can’t wait to share it!
I know it’s still early for some of you, but since my goal is always to help y’all with decorating ideas, we usually have to jump on the hall decking train extra early at our house.
So today, I’m joining in with Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired and a group of blogger friends to share a bunch of free printables to make your holiday decorating a little easier and budget-friendly.
Every year, I go a little crazy with buying yummy smelling Christmas candles because walking into a room that smells like pine tree and holiday spice instantly makes me happy.
So this year, after stocking up on a few, I got the idea to make an Advent calendar label for one of mine. With baby Regan in the mix this season, I didn’t really have the time to put together a big Advent calendar with daily treats for Olivia.
But I thought it would be fun to have a label on a candle we can light every evening to have fun counting down the days.
If you want the Advent calendar label to print and place on one of your own candles, click here to subscribe or click the button below:
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There are four different sizes on the printable, so you can use them for different sized candles.
Just print it out on cardstock or regular printer paper, cut it out, and attach it to your candle using Mod Podge or double sided tape.
Then, find a cheery red pen and start counting down to the big day!
Even though we stuck to all artificial trees (a couple of Christmas home tours coming soon!) our whole house smells like a giant whiff of pine. Love it!
You can find my other Christmas printables from previous seasons here too:
If you want more Christmas printables to decorate with this year, you can see 25 more on the tour below:
Christmas Greens Recipe Card by anderson + grant | Farm Animal Gift Tags by Boxwood Avenue | Black and White All Is Calm Christmas Art by Taryn Whiteaker | Christmas Watercolor Place Cards by Clean and Scentsible
Merry and Bright Holiday Gift Tags by Happy Happy Nester | DIY White Christmas Wall Hanging by Finding Silver Pennies | O Christmas Tree by My Someday in May | Reindeer Print by The Chronicles of Home
Peppermint Hot Cocoa Gift Jar Labels by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Reindeer Antlers Cake by Nest of Posies | Vintage Inspired Christmas Postcards by Live Laugh Rowe | Advent Calendar Candle Label by Blesser House
Happy hall decking, y’all! Have you started yet? Or waiting until after Thanksgiving? I love having ours all finished before Turkey Day so that we can just relax by the glistening tree and candle light for even longer.