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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Cheers to You This Holiday Season!

Christmas Candle Votive Holder
GlueArts Designer: Kristen Swain

Supplies:

Glue Arts Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Dollar Store Wine Glass
Village Figurines
Cap from Starbucks Iced Coffee Bottle
Craft store snow flake
Craft store bells/stems/berries
Crinkled Ribbon- www.scrapinkris.etsy.com ( Vintage Red)
Candle Votive


Instructions-

1. Fill glass with layer of Flake Snow.

2. Use coffee lid and hot glue figurines around lid, place inside wine glass.

 3. Hot Glue stems onto front of glass.

4. Tie bow with Crinkled Ribbon, then adhere to front of stems, then adhere three bells to center of ribbon bow, using hot glue for all.

5. Light candle and enjoy.


Now is that incredible or what? Using a beautiful glass as part of your holiday decor! Just think of all the unique ways you can decorate one for you home!


We'd also like to help you craft and create with your family by sharing a few of our favorite products!! Simply post a comment today and we'll enter you to win...



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And here is a sneak peek of what else is coming up this week! A rolled Christmas Tree Canvas project using our Glue Glider Pro, Extreme Adhesive Squares and our U Cut It Foam!

We'll also be including a video starring the Glue Girls to show you step by step how to make this for your home!  

40 comments:

  1. Darling decor Kristen. Thanks for the idea.

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  2. What a fun little snowscene you created! easy too!

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  3. Stunning votive Kristen!!!! T4S

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  4. Such a cute votive. Fun idea!

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  5. Great idea! What a beautiful decoration!

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  6. super cute idea!
    would be fun for kids to do also.

    Anne

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  7. What a great idea! It is so beautiful and something anyone can make and even give as a gift. Love it!!

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  8. This is definitely going in my to make next year for Christmas gift idea folder. Wow! Beautiful idea. :) Hugs!

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  9. Amazing Indeed!
    This is just too pretty

    Thanks for sharing--- I think they would make wonderful gifts!

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  10. How fun and creative! That would make an incredible centerpiece!

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  11. What a beautiful idea!! I would have never thought that up! Thanks for sharing.

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  12. wow...that is so cool! I wanna try it :)

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  13. How cute. I have made little scenes in glass ornaments, but I really like THIS idea.

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  14. What a unique idea. It can be changed to Easter, Valentine's Day...

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  15. LOOOOVE this---love those little people!!!!

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  16. Love this votive holder, so cute!

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  17. The votive is adorable!

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  18. Absolutely beautiful! What a clever idea!

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  19. What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win some great product!

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  20. What a cute little scene and great idea to put it in a candle holder.

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  21. The wine glass votive candle is gorgeous!!
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  22. This would make a great gift idea! TFS!

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  23. Love this! This is one of my favorite craft project this year. Thanks, Kristen!

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  24. This is way too cute. How does Kristen think of these projects?

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  25. That is so pretty and super cute!! I may have to try this project out!! Love it!!

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  26. Such a cute idea...thanks for the inpiration.

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  27. nice, nice project! thank you for sharing.

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  28. this is adorable. I have some of these little figurines from other Christmas decor. Putting them to use again makes me feel better than just letting them sit in a box!

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  29. I love it-it's so happY.I can't wait to make one of these.Thanks for the great tutorial-you guys really do them right.I never have any trouble following the directions.

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  30. wow, this is one of my favorite of all the great posts! You are so very creative! Love it!!!

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  31. Hmm, I've got so still good bits from broken decorations that would be perfect for this.

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  32. Oh goodness, this is fabulous. I so want to make one!

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