According to the tutorial, the supplies you will need are:
A glue gun and glue sticks
One "roly poly" votive candle holder
I already had silk rose petals on hand, so I used them instead. No cutting required!
Starting at the top of the candle holder, begin gluing your petals around the top of the jar. Make sure you're gluing with the inside part of the petal onto the jar. If you mistakenly glue the wrong side of the petal, don't worry, as you can easily "flip" the petal to its inside; following layers will help hold the petal in place.
When I got to the bottom of the jar it felt just a little unfinished.
I had some light green tulle on hand, so I decided to add it to the bottom of the jar to add a more polished look and to give the illusion of petals.
I eventually added more tulle. Following are photos of the finished products.
It's a very easy and inexpensive project for the craft minded!
If you decide to make these, I highly recommend using tea lights instead of votive candles. Votives are meant to be burned in holders with a tight fit so the wax doesn't spread. The roly poly jars are larger than most votives, and when the wax spreads, it will most likely not burn completely. You'll end up with wax left in your jar and no way to get it out, thus ruining your pretty project!