Epsom salt candle holder

Create beautiful and unique candle holders using Epsom salt. Discover easy DIY ideas to add a touch of elegance to your home decor with these stunning candle holders.
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How do you decorate for the holidays? I love the simple and inexpensive crafts that you can do on your own to make something uniquely your own. Let me show you how to make your own DIY frosted candle holder jar perfect for votive sized candles or use a larger glass jar for a larger candle! The steps will be just as easy to replicate, no matter what size and shape glass jar you choose.

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Mary Arnold
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If you are looking for some great inexpensive decorations for this Winter here is one of our favorites! This DIY Frosted Candle Holder is beautiful and elegant and takes only a few minutes to create. These same decorative holders retail for upwards of $10 each easily and now you an create your own for not much more than $1 each! What a great deal and a beautiful gift item to give this year as well! DIY FROSTED CANDLE HOLDER Items Needed: Glass Jar Mod Podge Epsom Salt Directions: Clean…

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Christine
These DIY snowy mason jars made with glitter and epsom salt are SO PRETTY and they're really easy to make! A perfect Christmas craft that you can display all winter long. These mason jar luminaries are a great holiday project - and they only take 15 minutes to make! Mason Jar Candles, Mason Jars, Diy, Mason Jar Crafts, Decoration, Mason Jar Christmas Crafts, Mason Jar Christmas Decorations, Christmas Mason Jars, Christmas Jars

These DIY snowy mason jars are SO PRETTY and they're really easy to make! Give your mason jars a frosted, snow covered look using glitter and epsom salt. This is a perfect craft for the holidays but simple enough that you can display them all winter long. Add a battery operated tealight or votive candle and watch your Christmas mason jars shine! They sparkle during the day and glow warmly at night. Best of all they only take 15 minutes to make! This post contains affiliate links. If you use…

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Macie Ashby