Frosted Candles DIY turned out so pretty for our Christmas Advent Wreath. We will be enjoying these pretty frosted candles all winter. See the how-to video So easy and quick to craft, but so pretty too. Save those re-cycle jars for this project. HERE.
Frosted Candles DIY
So easy and quick to craft, but so pretty too. Save those re-cycle jars for this project.
I added the vinyl star to the jar before painting on the Mod Podge.
While the Mod Podge was still wet I sprinkled Epson Salt over the jar.
Before the Mod Podge dried I used a tooth pick to lift the edges so I could remove the vinyl star to leave a clear area in the shape of a star on the jar.
Next I cut some greenery and baker's twine. Also, I used a chalk marker and added 1, 2, 3 and 4 to the tags for each week in Advent.
I used hot glue to attach a wee bit of greenery to the front side of the jars.
Then I tied bakery twine and tags on the jars for Advent. However, the tags can easily be changed for any holiday or season. I added tea lights.
For the week four candle, I used my Cricut Maker to cut out a vinyl star to create a star shape void. How pretty it turned out. For more Christmas inspiration please visit my blog too.
The almond butter jars are part of my Advent Wreath display. I used tree slices from a fallen tree and re-cycle jars that I added "snow", greenery (Dollar Tree), bakers twine, number tags and tea lights.