I hope your Sunday has been a good one so far. Thunder storms are rolling in soon. Either to cool things down or bringing in the humidity again. We will see.
I wanted to try something new today. Let’s see how this goes. I hope you enjoy and maybe try it yourself.
Step-by-step Candle Glitter Jar here we go…
Make sure you have all your supplies.
For this project you will need…
Glitter (your choice of color(s)), Candle (your choice scent), Mod Podge (Waterbase sealer, glue, & finish), Ribbon, Charm (your choice), Foam Brushes, Scissors, Paper Plates, Paper Towels, Maybe a newspaper to keep mess to a minimum.
Pour out glitter color(s) out into plate. You can have one color or mix 2, like I did. It is your choice. You be creative.
Squeeze out a little glue onto one paper plate that you have. Then dip your foam brush in glue.
Paint some glue on half of the candle.
Dip candle with glue side in the glitter. Then do the same with the other half of the candle.
Let it set to dry a little.
Cut ribbon in half the long way.
Tie the ribbon on to your charm you have chosen. Remember let it reflect your personality and just be you. If this is for a gift then get something that they might like.
Now that you let the glue set for a little bit (15-20 minutes)…
You can now tie on the ribbon and charm to the neck of the candle.
GET AN ADULT FOR THIS JOB!!!
You can now enjoy your candle (like I am). Your DIY is all finish and I hope you are satisfied with the outcome.
You can use these for a Bridal or reception party as a centerpiece. This is a cool and simple idea. A CHEAP idea as well.
Thank you, Michael’s Craft Store for having the items I always want. Definitely one of my favorite stores.
I hope you all enjoyed today’s blog. I worked really hard on it and I am proud of it! I like doing these types of things. If you want to see more give it ‘Like’ or leave a comment of what you want me to do for another DIY Project.
See you latah!!