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    All you need is dried,pressed leaves, modge podge, jar and a brush and voila!

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    • Nancy Wolff

      Autumn leaves are the perfect way to bring a little bit of the outdoors in. Dried leaves and Mod Podge are all it takes to make this fall leaf candle holder. I found this easy tutorial on a seasonal blog called Gingerbread Snowflakes. She has a ton of cute Holiday crafts, How-To’s, and Recipes. You …

    • Kelsey Beyer

      Go on a "scavenger hunt" for leaves and then turn them into this romantic candle holder. This is made with a mason jar, but should work with any glass container, some dried fall leaves and some Mod Podge (you can get this at most craft stores or online).

    • Jerrica Melancon

      Fall Leaves Candle Holder #fall crafts #leaves- follow link to directions for drying/pressing leaves

    • Amanda Noonan

      Candle Holder Fall Craft Idea @Lydia Squire Squire Hegemann this is super cute!?

    • Rita Wilson Darnell

      Fall Leaves Candle Holder #fall crafts #leaves from

    • Sherry Althoff

      Fall Leaves Candle Holder #fall crafts #leaves #Recipe #hair #food #DIY

    • Lavonda Nelia

      Art Fall Leaves Candle Holder #fall crafts #leaves crafts-to-make

    • Zoomingo

      Fall leaves, soft candle glow. #masonjar #DIY

    • Grace Marrero

      Candle Holder Fall Craft Idea

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