Reuse an Old Candle Jar to Create This Christmas Candle Holder

Easy
Use an old candle holder or any empty glass jar to create this gorgeous candle holder for Christmas. And it also won't be costing too much money as most of the things I am sure you already have at home.
Paint the jar in any colour you wish using chalk paint (I used white)
Pick your paper napkin and seperate the top layer. Cut out the image and decoupage it on the top of the jar, let it dry. Once dry sand it over slightly.
I wanted to use some of the snow paste I got so I got a little messy with it. The effect is amazing though! I sprinkled some glitter over and sealed with clear sealant in the end.

From Evija with Love
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  • Patricia Norman Patricia Norman on Dec 23, 2015
    Very pretty. Where did you find the napkins? Love it

  • Arts Be Crafty Arts Be Crafty on Dec 24, 2015
    Wow! I love that. What is snow paste? Where did you find it?

  • Phyllis Kirchner Autrey Phyllis Kirchner Autrey on Oct 26, 2016
    Read the blog about this project - one question: what is your formula for homemade chalk paint; exactly what products did you use? Thanks

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  • Sonya lujan Sonya lujan on Nov 17, 2017
    I did this on a basket a few years back, Sunflowers..., i love it, still holding up..this is why i look for pretty napkins when i'm out, yours is gorgeous...Love it




  • Joan Martin Joan Martin on Sep 05, 2018

    yes I hope to try this.. I used to decopage on soaps 25 years ago..

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