I am a wife, mother of four, ages 17 to 2, and a Christian. I am a foodie, an extreme home enthusiast, trash salvager, and a forever seeker of the ultimate bargain! Oh, and I love shoes!!
If we are not doing the family thang, you can bet I'll be found at a junk sale or antique mall, turning my findings into new shabby chic treasures!
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Such a fun, easy, and inexpensive little project. Basic pieces needed, a wooden candle holder, any glass type jar you like, e6000, craft paint of your choice. I chose red, and then did a dry brush over in black. First, paint your candle stick, let dry, then simply glue the glass base to the candle holder, allow to dry for at least 6 hours (over night is best). After everything was set, I gave a little sanding to the base, added moss and wine corks since I am using it in my kirchen. And all for a few bucks...about 8.00!