Monday, December 13, 2010

Jingle Jars

for a quick and easy
decorative light....

add Epsom Salts 

Add  a Voltive Candle

Wrap a little string, ribbon, bells, holly....
Holiday Cheer
around the top edge of jar.


Magic happens....the salts will turn to snow!  Oh, you can
use sand or nuts or rocks; but you won't get snow.
Caution:  Do not use a red me.

I found this cute craft idea from
via Epsom Salts Face Book Page!

Thanks Melissa....I'm crazy over Jingle Jars!



The Green Pea said...

Yvonne, what a great idea! Thank you for sharing your idea. Have a Merry Christmas to you and your family. sandi

Blondie's Journal said...

I am definitely going to try looks so pretty lit up!


Anonymous said...

That's awesome Yvonne! We're going to try it! Have a blessed Christmas!
Love~N~Hugs, Cousin, Deb

Croatian_Latina said...

what a neat idea. I like it. You know we went to a restaurant and the table was decorated with fresh fruit: one apple with ribbon around the stem, a few cinnamon sticks tied with ribbon and my favorite one was the orange! it had cloves stuck on them. like little needles. I thought wow what a great idea.

LindyLouMac said...

A simple and great idea. Have a wonderful Christmas and I look forward to continuing to follow your blog in 2011.

Donna said...

I love this idea! I must try it.


Miss Jean said...

I'm off to buy Epson salts!!!

Miller Racing Family said...

What a wodnerful idea. I will have to try this with Trey. Thanks for sharing and have a fabulous day!

Bearly Sane ® said...

Great idea Yvonne...but you have me curious now...what does happen if you use a red candle???
Have a wonderful Christmas with your family.
Warmest Hugs,
Sandi @ Ess D'Ess Bears and Bearly Sane Studio

J. Evan Kreider said...

Quiet simplicity is one of the most wonderful gifts we can receive this time of year. Even though we do not exchange gifts (at our childrens' request years back), the season still seems hectic, even without the malls. I see I need to get some candles and have some quiet time before people descend on our 'old folks home'. Thanks for the reminder.