Once I put it all on I let it dry a few minutes and pulled all the extra strings off.

I bought these battery powered candles from Dollar Tree, they run off AAA Batteries. You can find these candles on Dollar Trees website HERE or at any Dollar Tree Store. 

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And Finally we are done! Don't they look amazing!? 

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Painted each candle ( 2 Coats)

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I opened them all up, and started to lay on the hot glue. I started from where I wanted the bottom of the drip to be all the way to the top of the candle.

This year I have been trying to go for a scarier feel in my house for Halloween now that my kids are getting a little older. So I knew I wanted to go for like a "Haunted Witches House" kinda look, which definitely meant I was going to use a lot of candles in this venture.... gnarly looking candles.
I stumbled across this candelabra, I actually wasn't really sure what to do with it and tried to sell it unsuccessfully on Facebook, after a few no show buyers it made its way onto my kitchen table where I decided to keep it and turn it into a Halloween decoration. (I don't regret this decision) 

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I decided to paint them with this Black chalk paint mainly because I painted a few other decorations with it and I would like everything to match. This paint just scratches right off the candles so you should probably just use regular acrylic paint for yours. 

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