Ok, this is seriously so easy, but SUPER cute! I'm going to show you how to add a little snow to your Christmas decor, even if you happen to live in a non-snowy area (like me, I'm a Georgia girl!).
Ready? Here's all you need:
- Mason Jars, any size
- Epsom salts
- Tea light candles
- Any decorating items you want to use
Here's what I did (so stinkin' easy...):
After I washed my jars, I took the lids off except for the ring. I burned the ends of my tiny ribbon so it would feed through the holes on the jingle bells. I tied jingle bells to the ends of each piece of ribbon, then tied the ribbon around each jar.
Then, I poured random amounts of Epsom salts in each jar and used salad tongs to place a tea light in each jar. I pushed down on them a little so they'd stay put.
Then I lit them.
I'm not kidding...it was that easy! So go do it! You'll be done in about 10 minutes - perfect! Decorating and crafting doesn't always have to be time consuming or tedious.
I love our little Snow Candles. I have no idea if we'll have a white Christmas - we did last year but it's not normal here. But we'll at least look like we had one with these cute candles, and they don't make a sludgy-melty mess like real snow!
Thanks for stopping by for Day 3 of our 24 Days of Christmas! Hope you're enjoying your stay so far! See you tomorrow!