10 Minute Crafts: DIY Sparkle Candles

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If you’re one of those people who doesn’t think they’re crafty at all, this project is for you! This is possible the easiest DIY ever! (And maybe takes ten minutes tops!) Plus, you only need three things for these gorgeous DIY Sparkle Candles, and that includes the candle!

Here’s what you need:

DIY Sparkle Candles Supplies

  • a candle – any size, any color
  • Mod Podge (ever crafter’s best friend!)
  • Epsom Salt

OK, you also need a paper plate and paint brush, but that’s it!

Instructions

1. Pour some Epsom Salt onto a paper plate (or you could use a baking sheet or dish, whatever.)

DIY Sparkle Candles Epsom Salt

2. Dip a paintbrush in your Mod Podge and paint it onto the candle using a pretty thick coat.

DIY Sparkle Candles Mod Podge on Candle

3. Roll the candle slowly through the salt until it’s covered.

DIY Sparkle Candles rolling in Epsom Salt

DIY Sparkle Candles rolling candles

4. Let it dry (don’t worry if you’re using a colored candle, the Mod Podge will dry clear!) and enjoy! See how quick that was? This is pretty kid-friendly too!

DIY Sparkle Candle rolled candle finished

diy sparkle candles red finished

These are so, so easy! And the results are gorgeous! I did a few other white candles I had, including one of those battery-operated ones, so fun!

diy sparkle candle pillar candle

DIY Sparkle Candles white candles

I love that this is a DIY project that you could tackle no matter your personal style. Not a traditional red and green Christmas person? Find a silver (or hot pink! or purple! or turquoise!) candle and go for it! Any shape, any size, sparkle candles for everyone!

diy sparkle candles turquoise background

Originally published December 9, 2015

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Jamie

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Jamie loves a little black dress, chips and salsa, and is obsessed with subscription boxes. She tries to maintain an air of sophisticated city life while actually living next to a wheat field. Or is it alfalfa? Corn? She doesn’t know. You can find her blogging about style and shopping at JK Style.

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