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    • Victoria H.

      Use Epsom salt as filler in a jar. Place a tea light atop the salt. It will look like a candle sitting in snow . . . Great idea for christmas

    • Katherine C

      Use Epsom salt as filler. It looks like a candle sitting in snow in the winter. Magical and economical ;) *Another great mason jar craft! Tealights are the perfect candle for this, and antique or thrift stores always have lots of old keys pretty cheap!

    • Kristen Heinemann

      Mason Jar candle holder with key, twine, and tea light

    • Jaci Anderson

      Use Epsom salt as filler in a jar. Place a tealight atop the salt. It will look like a candle sitting in snow . . .I like the idea of mason jar candles in our new kitchen :)

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