Friday, December 2, 2016

A Super Simple Mason Jar Candle For Christmas.

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Welcome to December friends!

Today I have another Super Simple Mason Jar Candle idea for you. I say another, because this one is a variation of one I made back for Fall 2012. 
These are the supplies (plus a glue gun and sticks) I gathered from around the house to make it. Since I'm doing plaid for Christmas this year, I used some flannel plaid ribbon.

Here's the Mason Jar Candle I made in Fall 2012. I used sand instead of Epsom Salt and a votive candle instead of a taller one. 

All you do to make the Super Simple Christmas 
Mason Jar Candle
  • Wrap the ribbon around the jar and hot glue the ribbon snuggly.
  • Wrap a jute string (or contrasting ribbon) around the ribbon and tie a bow.
  • Add a few berries, some greenery and hot glue the pinecone on the ribbon.
  • Fill the jar(I used a wide mouth quart jar) about 1/3 of the way. 

Put the candle in the jar and you're finished!

See, I told you it was super simple!

Hope you'll come back to see our new home all decorated for Christmas. We'll be getting a live tree tomorrow and decorating it this weekend. Hope you'll stop by again next week.


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