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For a Mason jar gift you can make in bulk, try these easy candles. Wrap the jar with wide plaid ribbon. Secure with three jute strings tied in a bow. Hot-glue a pinecone and artificial greenery to the bow. For a final touch, wood-burn a snowflake or polka-dots onto four wooden beads and thread onto four of the string ends. Place a tall, slender pillar candle in the jar./

Intended for canning, Mason jars serve a different purpose come Christmas! As food gifts, candleholders, and more, this vintage kitchen staple will keep you crafting through the holidays.

Items needed: Americana Decou-Page (Glue-Sealer-Finish) 2oz – Americana Decou-Page Matte Epsom Salt Mason Jars Brush Optional: twine, Christmas picks More info and instructions about this great tutorial you can find in the source url - above the photo. diyfuntips.com is a collection of the best and most creative do it yourself projects, tips and tutorials. […]

Items needed: Americana Decou-Page (Glue-Sealer-Finish) 2oz – Americana Decou-Page Matte Epsom Salt Mason Jars Brush Optional: twine, Christmas picks More info and instructions about this great tutorial you can find in the source url - above the photo. diyfuntips.com is a collection of the best and most creative do it yourself projects, tips and tutorials. […]

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I love how a carnival transforms at night. During the day you notice its imperfections, the wear and tear of travel from city to city over the years.