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DIY candy dishes made from candlesticks and glass bowls from the thrift shops. Sooo cute! I want to fill these with sand and candles for my coffee table.

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DIY Mason Jar Candy Pedestals

DiY Mason Jar Candy Pedestals--so cute & super easy (and cheap) to make using mason jars & dollar store candlesticks. Swap out candy to use for different holidays! #masonjar

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DIY com Pratos

I want to make one! With cheap plates and candle holders (from dollar tree or good will) and lots and lots of gems :-P

Mix Elmers glue with food coloring to paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when dry. Now thats just cool.

$7 Dollar Tree DIY Bathroom Apothecary Jar Literally the best thing I've done since my graduation caps. Took all of about 10-15 mins. I bought 3 candle holders from dollar tree and 3 different size vase and candle holders. Along with the water balls (to hold my makeup brushes in place) i.e. $7 Everyone has been using glass glue but I used my trusty old glue gun. I decided not to ombré glitter them from the bottom up, BUT I am considering thick rows of rhinestones around the tops.

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Simple, beautiful and easy: Dollar store project! Stacked glass bowls -- different color or flower in each bowl

Buy plates from Dollar Store Use a Sharpie and decorate...Bake at 350 for 30 min. Becomes permanent and safe - want to do it with quotes.

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Vintage / Retro Baby Shower Party Ideas

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DIY Cupcake stands : take dollar store wooden candleholders, paint them and glue on pom pom trim. Make them in holiday colours, or in metallics for a more formal look!