Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Faux-Bois-DIY-candle-holder for $1

Decorate a plain, clear glass dollar store items with tissue paper and Mod smorgasbord – this DIY candle holder makes the perfect gift!

Occasionally, I have Tree a visit to my local Dollar and find something that I really want to Mod smorgasbord. Okay, more than occasionally.
I Recently made a trip and found a glass dish that I knew could with the conversion. What came through my mind? A DIY candle holder.
Interesting, I had recently had some tissue paper from the opponent purchased at a distance. It was left over from Christmas, but the only thing Christmas-y that it was red . . . the woodgrain (faux bois) pattern works all year round.
Add a bit of glitter and Dimensional magic, and you have the coolest candle-holder in the universe. Here’s how I made it.
Decorate a candle holder
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$1 candle tray from the dollar store
Mod smorgasbord of Satin
Mod hodgepodge of Glitter
Mod hodgepodge Dimensional Magic
Tissue paper
- scissors

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Distribute the tissue paper to find paper (try the wrinkliest area possible) and place the satellite dish face down. Trace with a pencil.
Cut the circle and keep trimming until it fits in the bowl. I had to trim and fit several times.
Spread a layer of Mod smorgasbord of Satin to the bottom in the bowl. You can be Matt or gloss –The reason why I didn’t use the Sparkle is because I want to didn’t, that each texture between the tissue paper and the glass (the glitter particles that can cause).
If you don’t worry, you can apply the Sparkle Mod smorgasbord on to the tissue paper.
Put the tissue paper in the glass bowl and very carefully smooth down with the brush. Tissue paper is very fragile. Let it dry for 15 – 20 minutes and then Sparkle Mod smorgasbord spread over the top.
Add Dimensional Magic to the top, on the inner side of the lip of the glass bowl. It’s going to take overnight to dry, because the amount of Dimensional magic.
I love this look! Love that it’s in white and red woodgrain, so that I can use it for Valentine’s day, but I can also round to keep it all the year. I also love that it costs me to make just a few dollars!
I love it. What do you think? You're going to give Dimensional magic to try? Speaking of which, Dimensional Magic, visit all the DM projects here.

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