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  • Gena Ott

    Mother's Day Craft Ideas for Kids

  • Yosephine Suwarna

    Epsom salt luminaries. I'm thinking that you little glass jars from Dollar Tree would work great!

  • Mariesa Arguello Vasquez

    Epsom salt luminaries use Epsom salt, Mason Jars, small glass candle holders, food color (green & blue), paper plates Mod Podge & sealer spray.

  • Elizabeth Scissum

    Epsom Salt Luminaries- I'm not a big candle person, but this would be a great gift idea

  • Cathy Ewaschuk

    112 Incredible DIY Gift Ideas

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