Pumpkin Candle Mat

Halloween, Pumpkins, and candles just go together perfectly… don’t you think? I think so! That’s why I whipped up this Pumpkin Candle mat that is super easy to make. Just a few quick cuts in felt, and you’ve got a candle mat that you can customize in your favorite fall or Halloween colors!

This project is part of Craft Lighting week. All week long my friends Angie from The Country Chic Cottage and Jen from 100 Directions and I are sharing fast and easy Halloween projects that can be made using the Cricut Machine. And we’ve invited a bunch of our friends to join in! Be sure to scroll all the way down to check out all their crafty ideas! And make sure you catch my Cricut Antenna, Halloween Treat Bag Tags, and Halloween Wooden Blocks.

Don’t have a Cricut machine? Scroll to the very bottom! We’re giving one lucky reader a brand new Cricut Maker!

Simple DIY Pumpkin Candle Mat

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To make this Pumpkin Candle Mat, you’ll need:

Felt (I used the Cricut Felt Carousel Sampler)
Cricut Maker Machine
Fabric Glue

supplies for candle mat

Open up the Pumpkin Candle Mat file I designed for you in Cricut Design Space.

Cut out the black and orange felt. Carefully peel them off the mat.

peel off mat

Whew! The machine did all that beautiful cutting! Yay!

cut pieces

Brush the fabric glue onto the back of the top piece.

brush on glue

Center, and place the black on top of the orange.

finished candle mat

Allow glue to dry. You’re done! Find some cute candles (like these flameless ones) and add this cute candle mat to a side table or coffee table!

Want some more fast and fun Halloween ideas? Check these out:

I love these Nightmare Before Christmas, Oogie Boogie treat bags from Tastefully Frugal.

Artsy Fartsy Mama whipped up some of the most adorable little Halloween favor bags!

Made by Melli has your costume basics covered with the cutest felt Unicorn mask, and a step-by-step video to help you make it.

I’m loving the scalloped edges on this little Halloween sign from 5 Little Monsters.

This Candy Corn Garland has my heart! You’ll find the instructions over on Hey Let’s Make Stuff.

If you’re planning a Star Wars costume for Halloween (or even if you aren’t), check out this punny Star Wars treat bag from Make Life Lovely.

Jen from 100 Directions is one of my co-hosts this week, and she created the most adorable Monster Wreath!

My long-time co-host for this series, Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, made these cute Halloween bottle wraps that are perfect for a party, or packing in a lunch box!

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