Glowing TeaLight Olympic Torch

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Get the kids involved celebrating the Olympics by creating this Glowing Tealight Olympic Torch! So fun…it actually lights up! This would be great for the kids to make and have for the opening Olympic Ceremony! They could hold their own glowing torches as they watch!

Glowing TeaLight Olympic Torch Craft  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

Very cool to see it glowing as it gets dark! Easy directions to turn off and on!

Glowing TeaLight Olympic Torch Craft  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

Glowing TeaLight Olympic Torch Craft  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

SUPPLIES

Four 5″ Squares of Yellow & Orange Tissue Paper  |  Toilet Paper Tube

Battery Operated TeaLights  |  Orange Cupcake Cup

Gold Paint  |  Paint Brush  |  Glue  |  Scissors

DIRECTIONS

First paint the toilet paper tube gold and let it dry. Then glue the cupcake cup onto the top of the tube.

Cut the yellow and orange tissue paper into approximately 5″ squares – you don’t need to be exact. I cut one corner of the tissue paper off and lined that edge up with the bottom of the tealight. That way it was not hanging over the bottom of the tealight.

Apply a little glue to the edges of the tealight and layer the tissue paper around the sides. I started and layered four yellow pieces of tissue paper then reapplied the glue and layered four orange pieces. Let dry. {I had a hard time finding orange cupcake cups for this earlier project. Check here to see where I found them.}

Then sit the tealight into the top of the cup. This way it is easy to take the tealight in and out of the torch making it easy to turn it off and on…saves on batteries! Win!!

Glowing TeaLight Olympic Torch Craft  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

Glowing TeaLight Olympic Torch Craft  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

You might also like this collection of DIY Olympic Crafts And Party Ideas!

DIY Olympic Crafts and Party Ideas  |  OHMY-CREATIVE.COM

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Hi, I’m Susan! Welcome to Oh My! Creative. Here I Create Share and hopefully Inspire! I like to have fun, make fun things...you know, create stuff! I love all things DIY, decorating and design and like any girl...shopping and lunch!

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Comments

  1. This is so cute, Susan! My kids would go CRAZY for it.

  2. This is so fun! You are so creative! My kids would love it too! I will have to start saving toilet paper rolls!

  3. Susan This is so cute!!! Thanks for sharing on Show Me Your Plaid Monday’s!

  4. Super cute–my kids would love these!

  5. This is adorable, Susan! What a clever and fun idea!! Thanks for sharing at Saturday Night Fever :)

  6. How fun is this!? And what a great way to get kids into the Olympic spirit! Thanks so much for sharing at Hit Me with Your Best Shot! Hope to see you back tonight!

    ~Abby =)

  7. I love the idea to add the tea light! I’m having an Olympics linky at my blog and I’d love for you to add this if you’d like!

  8. Such a cute idea and a great way to involve the kids in the Olympics!
    -Shelley

  9. This is the cutest torch! We are having a little Olympics celebration at home with the kids tonight and just love your idea. My kids will love these! I have shared this idea on my blog.

    http://thesweetestmemoryblog.blogspot.com/2014/02/12-olympic-party-ideas-kid-friendly-fun.html

    Thank you, Kari

  10. What a great idea with the tea light! Love to have you come link with us @costours.blogspot.com

  11. This is so cute! We love it & have included in our Winter Olympic Crafts round up, with a link back to you :) x

    http://buttonsandpaint.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/winter-olympics.html

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  1. […] Opening Ceremony: Assign campers into teams upon arrival to encourage the formation of new friendships. Let the teams “march in” to the auditorium or gymnasium together wearing matching t-shirts (or arm bands or vests) on the first night of camp. You can even include a Torch Relay with campers from each team chosen to carry the torch. You can find instructions for a flameless torch here: Olympic Torch. […]

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