Michaels sent me a gift card and a list of Pinterest inspired projects with a challenge to make my own holiday DIY project. I saw this glitter candle and knew it would translate in to a great gift idea for my little guy’s preschool teacher. I chose to do a winter spin on the glitter candle gift so she can keep it out through January and it will keep her classroom looking cute and smelling great!
- Ashland Jar Candle
- Recollections Glass Glitter
- Mod Podge Matte
- Foam Brush
- Paper Plate
- Celebrate It Satin Ribbon (Pewter)
- Wood Snowflake Ornament
Pour a good amount of glitter on to a paper plate and spread to cover the bottom. I love how this glass glitter is almost like tiny mosaic tiles and really shines!
Using a foam brush, paint one side of the jar with a coat of mod podge. Roll that side of the candle in the glitter and let it dry. Repeat for the other side. Tie a ribbon around the neck of the jar, thread the ornament on to the ribbon and tie a bow to secure.
This is such a simple project with a big impact! We’ll be gifting this glitter candle to his teacher with a note that says, “Being in your class is ‘snow’ much fun!”
You can join the party at your local Michaels store on November 15th from 1-4 p.m. to create your own top holiday Pinterest craft! It should be a lot of fun!