Thursday, November 14, 2013

Snowflake Glitter Votives Craft

This a perfect, inexpensive and festive craft for the holidays or the whole winter season!



You will need:

-  Clear glass votives - I purchased mine at Dollar Tree for a dollar a piece
-  Mod Podge
-  Tissue paper - I used three different blues
-  Snowflake punch
-  Glitter - I used a clear/white and a silver


Here is the video tutorial:



Directions:

1.  Take your tissue paper and punch out a bunch of snowflakes.
*TIP:  Fold the tissue paper a couple of times.  This allows you to get a cleaner punch and you get multiple snowflakes at once.
2.  Using your Mod Podge, paint inside the votives and gently place your snowflake onto the Mod Podge.  Use your brush to gently tap it down.  Repeat with the different colors.  I worked one side at a time.
3.  Allow everything to dry.
4.  Take your Mod Podge and pour some into a disposable cup and add your glitter.  Brush the glitter/Mod Podge mixture inside the votive and then immediately sprinkle with dry/loose glitter.
5.  Shake out any excess.
6.  Repeat on the remaining sides of the votive.
7.  Allow everything to dry.  This will take time.  You will know it is dry when it is all clear.

I used a battery operated votive, that flickers, inside the votive holder.  I do not recommend using a regular candle because it might melt or burn your glitter.

That's it!

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

Mona



14 comments:

Debbie Mallette said...

These are great Mona! Simple but so elegant. Thank you for sharing your awesome craft projects with us. I really appreciate the video as well as the written instruction. You're a great instructor.

Katie @ Horrific Knits said...

I love the blue and white! My tree is blue and white and silver. My name is Katie and I host Fall Into the Holidays. All entries get pinned. I would love to have you link up! This week’s round is still open!

Brenda @ Chatting Over Chocolate said...

Your votives caught my eye at Monday Funday. Love them! Thanks so much for sharing! Pinned ;)

Mila Myk said...

These are gorgeous!

Lori @ A Bright and Beautiful Life said...

Your votives turned out so cute. What an easy and inexpensive project. Would you be willing to share this post and any of your other great ones at our Making Monday link party? We would love it and think our readers will, too. Thanks. Have a fantastic day. http://www.abrightandbeautifullife.com/making-monday-14/

Kayla @ Home Coming said...

They're beautiful! I love the way they glow. I'd love if you'd link up to The DIY'ers. http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-diyers-38.html

Craft Klatch said...

Thanks Debbie! You are very kind!

Mona

Craft Klatch said...

Hi Katie- I'm so glad you like it, I'll go link up right now.

Mona

Craft Klatch said...

Katie- If you put a up a direct link, I'll link up. I didn't see it.

Craft Klatch said...

Thanks Brenda!!

Craft Klatch said...

Thank you Mila!

Craft Klatch said...

You bet. I'll head over there right now.

Mona

Craft Klatch said...

Thanks Kayla. I just linked.

Mona

Anne Payne said...

These are very pretty! I wonder if there would me a melting/heating conflict if you did everything on the outside of the votive holder, then used a real tealight/votive inside? Do you know? I hopped over from Clever Chicks blog hop.