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Fall Epsom Salt Craft

I saw this idea for the candle on and fell in love! (here is the original blog post). I decided to do pumpkins too. I picked up the little foam type pumpkins at Big Lots for only $1 each! The candle happened to be 1/2 off at Hobby Lobby and the Epsom Salt was less than $3 at Big Lots! So all in all, an inexpensive centerpiece for my dining room table! (I also picked up a wire basket from Goodwill for $2, and am painting it a glossy chocolate to put all this in).

The tools you need are:


Wax paper


A tray to put your Epsom salt in (i used a re-usable foil pan i had on hand)

Foam Brush

Epsom Slat

Items to make sparkle!

Here it is all layed out. I used the wax paper to put the items on after i put the Epsom salt on so they can dry and not get all over.

coat the item (here my pumpkins) in the ModPodge.

Hint: The more modpodge, the more Epsom salt will stick to it
Roll your item around in the tray. Use a spoon to help cover it completely
You will see it start to sparkle immediately!

Finished product (not quite dry)

Aren't they pretty?!

Coat your candle in ModPodge (I chose to only go 3/4 the way up my candle) You can put on as much or as little as you want!

Again, Roll it in the Epsom Salt and use your spoon to help

Finished Candle

You can still see the different color of pumpkins coming through

I think this would be pretty if you group some candles together and add candle holders and give as a shower or wedding gifts. (and of course good gifts for Christmas, teachers, housewarming)

1 comment:

Audrey Frelx said...

Those pumpkins do look pretty, and the candle -- I just love that!!!