There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Mahalia Wilmer

    Mason Jars and Epsom Salt . SO gorgeous for winter decoration. Could do with thrift store vases as well - Crafts by Amanda

  • Courtney Lewis

    I saw this and thought it was awesome... I stole this... it is not my own... 1/2 ELMERS GLUE/HALF WATER ~ USE SMALL PAINT BRUSH TO PAINT THAT ON ANY OLD JARS OR GLASS CONTAINERS ~ THEN ROLL RIGHT AWAY ON EPSOM OR ROCK SALT. TADA!!!~~ WHEN THEY ARE DRY YOU NOW HAVE TEA LIGHT AND CANDLE HOLDERS. THESE ARE EASY AND JUST BEAUTIFUL WHEN YOU ARE DONE. Kind of a neat idea maybe use glitter in stead of epsom salt!!

Related Pins

Dress up tea-lights with decorative tape - of course! Great idea!

I think I could also do this with embroidery thread as well for a more refined addition.

Under The Table and Dreaming: 50 Crafts and Projects Using Recycled, Repurposed, & Upcycled Cans {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

Tea lights, pine and a simple jar...set around your home for Christmas celebrations!

DIY Makeup Brush Roll ... actually think this could be used for paint brushes / art pens, pencils or other things.

Add water to Elmer’s glue and brush inside of mason jar. Put glitter inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides. Add a tea light after it dries

FUN!!! Mail a cake. Doing this for birthdays, you've been warned.

Mix water with Elmer's glue and brush the inside of the mason jars. Add glitter of your choice to the inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides. Let dry and add a tea light! Great outdoor light...

Use a battery-operated tea light, plastic spoons, and fake rose petals to make a beautiful glowing rose

Snowman Frosted Wine Glass Tea Light Holder...Handpainted..Holiday Candle..Christmas Decor. $9.95, via Etsy.

Ways to Clean Dried Paint From a Paint Brush

EASY _ Elmers GEL GLUE Makes > .... Batik !! ( click pic to see tutorial.) - You will need the gel glue, fabric paint, brushes, and water. That's it !