December 8, 2016
WINTER FROST CANDLE HOLDER....A DIY PROJECT
These turned out beautifully...
and so easy to do!
I had inexpensive glass candle holders
left over from a wedding reception I hosted some years ago.
They have just been sitting on shelf for probably the past fifteen years!
So...with a little inspiration, I decided to try my hand at
a holiday DIY project!
You can use any glass candle holder or jar you have on hand.
Grab a jar of Mod Podge, a brush and some Epsom Salts.
Pour some Epsom salts in a bowl.
Take your brush and brush your Mod Podge all over the glass.
Then carefully sprinkle or roll your glass jar in the Epsom Salts
until you achieve the amount of coverage you desire.
Shake off any excess.
Allow to dry for about one hour.
Place a candle or tealight inside the holder and viola!
A winter frosted candle holder will add sparkle to your
holiday winter vignette!
I plan on taking the remaining two and
covering them in the same method using
faux snowflakes rather than the Epsom Salts.
These will grace our dining table for Christmas dinner!