Fireworks, candles for the 4. July
Make fireworks candle for the Fourth of July with dollar store votives, napkins and Mod-hodgepodge. These are so easy and inexpensive!
I know, Memorial Day is just died, but my friend Kim from Today’s Creative Blog made the most brilliant, Patriotic candles with budget supplied and I had to share.
kind enough to guest-blog, I like that, because she is a Mod smorgasbord of talent level to increase, and very quickly. You have plenty of time to do this, before the 4. (and this tutorial is very simple), so hop to it!
It’s no secret that the Mod is a hodgepodge of my new obsession. I’m not sure I’m addicted to the the nature of the miracle goo, or because you can create simple and quick projects for your home.
I love the trash, the love I have for my craft room with scraps of fabric and love, love, my, the, I, with my vintage cards.
Now I’ I;m not usually one to decorate for Memorial Day or the Fourth of July, but this year is different. With a Mod collection of my page and a few Patriotic elements , I made me some cute candles I want to use on my terrace . . . raining if it ever stops.
I picked up the high candles, ribbons and napkins from The Dollar tree. Once home, I used the regular formula of Mod-hodgepodge gloss for two of them, and the gloss Mod-hodgepodge for. I love how they turned out! I love how the glow from the candle bounces through the blue napkin. This project took about 15 minutes, including drying time.A thing in mind, however, you have to take the labels from your candle . . . since the paper or the ink ribbon is slightly transparent. To not judge. Enjoy!
thanks to Kim – and please visit in Today’s Creative Blog for more awesome Mod Podging action.