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  • Sherry Phillips

    Clever candle holders made from recycled glass jars. Just wrap rubber bands around the jars, spray paint and then peel away the rubber bands. Drop in a tea light and voila!

  • Ashley DiTella

    Old jars, candle holders and vases wrapped with rubber bands/yarn and then spray painted. Genius!

  • Shawnda Pacheco

    Mason jar candle holders - just wrap with twine or rubberbands, then spray paint!

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What you’ll need: - Assorted vintage glass vases (I found mine at a local thrift store, 9 pieces for $5) - Rubbing Alcohol (optional) - Brown craft paper or newspaper - Latex gloves - White glossy spray paint (I used Krylon Multipurpose Indoor/Outdoor Gloss White)

Take an old vase, place rubber bands around it, and spray paint it white...what an awesome idea!