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  • Lindsey Boyer

    Candle stick candy jars: Glue the bottom of a jar to the top of a candlestick, and paint the candlesticks and jar lids to match. Cute idea although I don't need candy out in the open for this family! :)

  • Marie Danielson

    Candle Stick Apothecary Jars. 3 candlesticks primed, then spray painted. 3 old jars soaked in bleach solution and labels peeled off. spray paint lids and glue jars onto the candlesticks with gorilla glue.

  • Becky Dill-Acree

    Candle stick apothecary jars ~ Candlesticks, salsa jars, glue, spray paint. Cute treat jars... or for the bathroom: Q-tips, cotton balls, bobby-pins

  • Mountain Man's Wife

    Cute Idea! I've been looking for a unique candy jar. :) Candle Stick Apothecary Jars. You will need 3 candlesticks. These came in a set at Ross for $10. They were primed, then spray painted green. The jars were old Fry's salsa jars soaked in bleach solution and labels peeled off. The lids were spray painted to match the candlesticks. Lastly, the jars were glued onto the candlesticks with gorilla glue.

  • Lauren Hill

    Candle Stick Apothecary Jars. You will need 3 candlesticks, 3 recycled jars. Prime then spray paint candlesticks and lids. Lastly, glue the jars onto the candlesticks with gorilla glue.

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Great idea ! Candle Stick Apothecary Jars. You will need 3 candlesticks. These came in a set at Ross for $10. They were primed, then spray painted green. The jars were old salsa jars soaked in bleach solution and labels peeled off. The lids were spray painted to match the candlesticks. Lastly, the jars were glued onto the candlesticks with gorilla glue. **

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