DIY snowy votives

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Hi everyone! I have another (easy) holiday DIY for you all! I feel like around fall and winter time, candles are used a lot more than other seasons. I love that cozy and warm feeling you get when the candle is lit.

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It’s surprisingly warm here in Toronto. Usually around this time of the year, snow would start falling down. I think my snow withdrawals just came in to votive form haha. Β (Wishfully hopingΒ for a white Christmas!!)

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DIY snowy votives

Jars
Liquid glue
Fake shredded snow (you can find this at the dollar store)
Tea candle lights

1) Remove any labels from the jar
2) Using a paint brush, brush a thin even layer of glue around the jar
3) Roll the jar around in the fake snow *
4) Put the tea light candles inside and light it up! **

Tips:
* Stick your hand in the opening of the jar so that your hand doesn’t get sticky
** If you don’t want your candle to slide around in the jar, hot glue or tape the bottom of the candle and stick it to the jar.

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17 thoughts on “DIY snowy votives

    1. Aw thanks! Cool! I’ll check out your blog. This takes little time to make ;) If you end up making them let me know! I’d love to see it :) Merry Christmas to you too!

    1. That’s funny because this was the first thing I made when I finished my finals!! lol. I was itching to do some Christmas crafts but something simple that I can do right away. I ended up finding all these items at home! Hope you enjoy making them :)

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