Ready to Have a Rockin' Bonfire?!

I am ready for nights when I can sit outside in the backyard and enjoy a bonfire!
But being winter in Wisconsin, those nights are a ways off yet. So I decided to bring a bonfire inside. And this one rocks!
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You will need some a larger beach stone and some smaller ones. The lighter and thinner the better. You will also need some E6000 glue and a battery operated candle and some paint.
First, paint your faces on your rocks and let them dry.
Then, grab your glue and start glueing them on. This can be tricky trying to get them to balance and stand up straight so I used some paint bottles to keep them in place. Let them dry overnight to make sure the glue has dried completely before you remove the paint bottles and allow them to stand on your own.
Once it is completely dry, add your candle to the middle and light your fire!

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  • Eroque022810 Eroque022810 on Feb 10, 2017
    This is just to much😅 yes you can tell you have a long winter when you can come up with this. It belongs in a glass bowl with some moss or something, and gravel and a fairy garden tree then as center piece. I think that you creative folks are awesome. I live in northern Illinois, I feel your pain. It's too darn cute

    • Jennifer | CrazyDiyMom Jennifer | CrazyDiyMom on Feb 10, 2017
      LOL I'm in Wisconsin and am soooooo ready for summer ;) Most of my crafts this time of year involve anything beachy. A girl can dream!

  • Brenda  S. Brenda S. on Feb 13, 2017
    Ah! These are soooo adorable :D