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  • Bonnie Lofland Hall

    Epsom Salt Luminaries made from mason jars: Some Winter Beauty - Crafts by Amanda

  • Misty

    Epsom Salt Mason Jars We did something similar for Christmas. Glade Christmas candle with the colored glass, brush on diluted Elmers glue, roll in epsom salt and glitter mix for sparkly snow. Silver and/or iridescent glitter would be beautiful. @ DIY Home Crafts Love the Epsom salt craft ideas! I have to do some of these.

  • Colleen Steinbis-Jaynes

    Epsom Salt Luminaries: Some Winter Beauty | Crafts by Amanda- jar, epsom salt, food coloring, mod podge, and krylon clear gloss

  • Brittney Smith

    mason jar + food coloring + epsom salt = pretty candle holders

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