Glittery Gold Votive Candle Holder
This DIY gold-votive-candle-holder ensures that your table setting, sparkle, Christmas, New year or any celebration!
This gold-votive-candle-holders are so simple to make and is guaranteed to your table setting, sparkle, Christmas, new year's eve, or whenever you a gold party!
Gold votive candle holder
Mod hodgepodge Matt
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step 1. Wash and dry your votives. They want you to have clean and flawless.
step 2. Mix your epsom salt, and gold glitter in a bowl in a ratio of 1:2. Alternatively, you can also sparkles with German glass glitter, or the size is different, what.
For me, I had epsom-salt-and-gold-glitter on hand, so I went. I used Epsom salt combined with fine glitter to give the votives some of the texture – what I love!
step 3. Brush on your Mod smorgasbord in marks – I wanted to be, it's imperfect, so I went I only brushed over halfway from the lower to the upper edge of the glass with different depths, such as.
step 4. Sprinkle your epsom salt and glitter mix – it’s best to try this with a spoon or spatula. Shake off the excess and let them dry.
OPTIONAL STEP: brush another layer of Mod smorgasbord on the top to seal it and prevent the glitter falls off. Since I had 2 dozen of these, I skipped this step to save time.
And you're done! Just pop a tealight (or battery-operated) and they have some elegant accents to your holiday table.
The best part is, it’s re-usable – it’s good for your Christmas party, a New year’s Eve bash or even a wedding celebration.
I love the imperfect look and the added texture of the epsom salt brings this gold-votive-candle-holder – you’re just so beautiful! Now, to have a dozen more or so!
I hope you enjoy this simple DIY glitter votives tutorial, and I hope it inspires you to make your own. I would love it if you visited my blog or follow me on my social media for creative inspiration and free prints – holidays, guys!
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