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Easter Candy Dish Glass Etching Craft

I love scented candles but I always feel bad about the waste jar candles create. I figured out something useful to do with my most recent used up jar candle! I pulled out my Martha Stewart Glass Etching Cream and adhesive stencils and made an Easter themed candy dish! From beginning to end this whole thing probably took me 30-40 minutes tops. That includes the time it took to clean out all the leftover wax from the bottom of the jar and getting it all squeaky clean. Here’s a Vine video I created showing the process. I like glass etching…

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Bridesmaid Gift DIY: Custom Wine Glass

Custom wine glasses, complete with wine glass charms were the last item I included in my bridesmaid’s thank you gift bags. I again employed some help from Martha Stewart, utilizing the Martha Stewart brand glass etching cream and adhesive stencils like I did when I made the votive candle holders and memorial candle holder. I also added some glitter to the bottom of the glasses with Martha Stewart paint. I did the glass etching just the same as with my other two glass etching projects. Clean the glass, apply stencils, dab generous amounts of cream, let sit, rinse off and…

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Bridesmaid Gift DIY: Votive Candle Holder

The thank you gifts I put together for my bridesmaids included three pieces. Although the items they received were similar I made sure to give each special attention to make the gifts as unique as possible. I posted earlier about the MiA Bath and Body products I customized for them here, they received a full set of bath products with a custom fragrance designed specially for each individual. I thought a great addition to that would be a nice candle holder to light when they are getting their beautification and relaxation on! Just like when I created our Memorial Candle…

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Memorial Candle Wedding DIY

Unfortunately some of our grandparents were no longer with us at the time of our wedding but we wanted to honor them since they meant so much to us in our lives. I decided to create a memorial candle. I found many examples on Pinterest and Etsy but none of the things I saw online really stuck with me. I made a trip to Michael’s and found some supplies to create something a little different for our memorial candle. Using a plain glass candle holder, Martha Stewart Glass Etching Cream, Martha Stewart Adhesive Stencils plus some ribbon, glass glue and…

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