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  • Kimberly Gayle

    Instead of one large centerpiece do a few mini ones. Use goblets or hurricane vases, fill with epsom salts and cranberries and top with a pine cone.

  • Cathy Hodosky

    Christmas Centerpiece Idea Using goblets and epsom salt

  • Jennifer Wells

    Faux Snow, cranberries and large pinecones (Epsom Salts make great snow!).Great for the mantle

  • Jennifer

    Christmas decor- hurricane, Epsom salt, cranberries and a pine cone.

  • Tammie Mire

    pinecone trees - I used epsom salts for the fake snow, and red bead garland cut to length for the red accent. I also added rows of red in the snow (touching the glass) for a total of three rings, glued some red beads in the 'brances' of the pine cone, and added a bow at the joint . Quite nice! I'll make more.

  • Sara Meyers

    Pine cone trees - Holiday decorating made easy~ Love this idea, but with candles instead of pine cones... :)

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