Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Joyful Stars Blog Hop





Welcome to Joyful Stars October Blog Hop. This is an anything goes hop so get ready for a variety of ideas! If you came from  Marie Flayers blog you're doing fine. Just keep clicking the link in each blog to go to the next blog.

I've been making a lot of these Mason Jars lately so I thought I'd share. It's really easy and makes a pretty finished product. I started with a regular mason jar and painted it with Modge Podge adhesive. Then it gets rolled in Epsom Salts. Set aside to dry. I wrapped twine around the top of the jar added a bit of Modge Podge around the top and dipped in the Epsom Salts. Once dry I used some Modge Podge Sealant Spray to seal the salts to the jar. Next I added a tag with some greenery and a pinecone for a final touch. The battery tea light gives a nice soft glow to add to the whole look.



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  • Cricut Flower Market
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  • Stamp Set: Wonder of the Season
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Other products:
  • Mason Jar
  • Modge Podge: adhesive, sealant spray
  • twine
  • battery tea light
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Now it's time to see what Betty Locco has created to share with us. 

Have fun on the hop!

Have a great day!
Michelle

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6 comments:

  1. Such an elegant project. It would make a great holiday gift.

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  2. Just lovely. I am so not ready to think about Christmas.

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  3. What a fabulous project! I love the sparkle and textured glass. Thanks for inspiring me today.
    :) Marie

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  4. Thanks so much for sharing...and Epsom salts...wow!! What a beautiful gift! :)

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  5. I adore this! Thanks for sharing something different! Will definitely be trying this!

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  6. This is just gorgeous! Never heard of using Epsom Salts as sparkly glitter/snow before. Thanks for sharing - they make lovely holiday gifts.

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