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“DIY Frosted, Snowy Pillar Candleholder Centerpiece”

Are you ready for the holidays? I know I am! I have been decorating for the past few days here and there when I came up with the idea for this easy and quick decorative piece. You can use this as a centerpiece on your dining table or on a side table anywhere in your home.

All you need is:

  • love (sorry…had to!)
  • 3 pillar candleholders from Dollar Tree
  • garland (Dollar Tree)
  • Modge Podge (small bottle at Dollar Tree)
  • Epsom Salt ($.97 for a carton at Walmart – they might have it at Dollar Tree, but I didn’t check since I already had some)
  • letter stickers (Hobby Lobby)

The letter stickers were the most expensive item, but I used the 40% off coupon, which made them just a few bucks. Everything together costs around $10, unless you need to buy candles, but you can get those at Dollar Tree as well and pay just $3 more. No need for super fancy since these are seasonal.

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First, clean your glass then adhere your stickers. I stuck mine on a little higher than the middle since there is garland around the bottom part.

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Then brush on a light coat of Modge Podge around the entire surface, including over top of your letter. The Modge Podge eventually dries clear…this stuff is amazing for these kinds of crafts.

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Once it’s covered, roll it in the Epsom salt and sprinkle the areas that didn’t pick up.

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Carefully peel off your sticker to reveal the bare space. Allow to dry for at least 30 minutes.

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Weave your garland in and out around the bottoms of the candleholders. Add your candles and you are all done!

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1 COMMENT

  • Ashley on November 28, 2016

    This craft is SO cute!! I’m totally going to make this this week!! Thank you for such a wonderful idea!! 😁

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