Inexpensive Christmas Craft: Frosted Candle Holders – Cost $1.25 Each!

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I got my Espom Salt out again today and decided to decorate candle holders that I picked up at the local dollar tree.

What you need

Food Coloring

Epsom Salt – I picked it up at the Dollar Tree – I ended up only using $.10 worth.

Mod Podge – Michael’s – It is basically a glue that dries clear. It ended up costing me $3.50 ( after 40% Coupon) – ended up using $.15 Worth

Tubberware – to put the epsom salt  in


What to Do:

1)  Clean candle holders pour a small amount of epsom salt into your tubberware ( I used one that I could easily roll the candle in). I added a few drops of different colors – mix until color is even.

2) Paint the Mod Podge all over the candle holder

3) Roll the candle holders in the Epsom Salt ( Perfect for the kiddies to do ;) )

4) Let it dry for about an hour

5) Enjoy!

My Candle Holders All Done and Drying

Once they were dry I shut off the lights and the effect is really cool 🙂

FINAL COST: About $4.00  – super fun and easy to make… PLUS they will be reusable yearly. I am planning on having the white candle holder out all year round 😉
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