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  • Linda Moore

    Frosted Votive Candle Jar

  • Ashley Baker

    Frosted mason jar candle holders

  • Chris Cooke

    Frosted Votive Jars Step 1. Wash canning jars with soap and water. Let dry. Step 2. Download our “Mom” stencil or create your own and trace it onto painter’s tape. Cut the stencil out with a crafts knife and stick it on a jar. Step 3. Apply three light coats of Valspar Frosting spray paint to the jar. Let dry and remove the stencil. Step 4. Remove the center of the lid and spray-paint the rim (we used Valspar Frosty Berry and Everglade Glen). Add a candle, then get glowing!

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