Julie Ann ArtWhat do you get when you mix liquid glycerin, tiny evergreens and tons of glitter? A party in a jar and a Christmas tree that requires zero upkeep. Genius.
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Pinecones and Candles
Crafts UnleashedThis Pottery Barn-inspired vase would look great as a casual centerpiece or in a group lining the mantle. Best part? It costs next to nothing to make.
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Aunt PeachesGold and shimmery and wonderful, oh my! Don’t be scared to use real gold foil -- it’s actually not that expensive.
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Yellow Bliss RoadWho knew a votive, some Epsom salts and a little twine could make a simple mason jar look so beautiful? While this nontraditional candle collection was meant to celebrate Advent, we think it’s cute enough to show off all season long.
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Spruce and Berry Filled Candle Holder
Iowa Girl EatsWe’re always on the lookout for fresh ways to use holiday staples like spruce and berries, which is why we’re head over heels for this decorative candle holder from Iowa Girl Eats. It has that whole red-and-green thing down pat and is easy enough to pull together when you need something festive in a hurry.
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Christmas in a Jar
Home Stories A to ZFlocked trees, faux snow, sprigs of evergreen and silver bells -- this sweet display oozes sophisticated seasonal charm.
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Easy Snow Globes
Bohemian KateThese amazing snow globes are gorgeous knock-offs of ones blogger Kate spotted at Anthropologie. She skipped the gooey liquid glycerin and subbed in some fabulous =-looking painted pine cones and fake snow.
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A Night OwlMercury glass is everywhere these days, and luckily, it’s pretty easy to DIY. Cover mason jars with a zinc acrylic paint and a mirror-like spray paint to get that frosted, silver look. Top with a couple of silver bells and some twine.
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White Christmas Luminaries
Gingersnap CraftsNo snow this season? No worries -- create your own winter wonderland with these festive luminaries. The stenciled snowflakes add a sweet touch.
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Glittery Candle Holders
CakeryPaperyThese shimmery candle holders couldn’t be any more beautiful -- or easier to make. Just cover the inside of a mason jar with a mixture of glue and water, add a bunch of glitter and roll around until the sides are coated. Any color glitter will do, although we’re partial to silver -- it reminds us of snow falling.
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