Snow Mason Jar Candles are beautiful in my opinion.
I've seen them on blogs and on the web. I loved the ones I saw a few days ago on a fellow blogger's site http://theinspiredroom.net/.
Melissa made some beautiful ones and she also used the idea of Epsom Salt for snow which is a great idea!
These were simple, easy and cheap! I love the ones I made and plan to incorporate them into my Holiday decorating.
Of course you don't have to do "Snowy Christmas" ones, you could to any season or theme.
What you need::
Mason Jars (I got a pack of 1o at Goodwill for $2.00)
Craft Snow (non-flammable kind!)
Twine ($2.50 at hobby lobby)
Votive Candle Holder (Mine was 99 cents at Hobby Lobby)
Votive Candle (6 pack from the Dollar Tree)
Add ins for your Candle Decor (I used Cinnamon, a Christmas wreath decoration, and a wooden "SNOW" Piece
What to do:
Take your Mason Jar and Wrap Twine around the top rim and tie a knot.
Add your snow to the Jar
To get the votive candle holder to sit straight in the snow I had to use a wooden spoon to create a small "hole" in the snow to sit the candle into.
Add your votive Candle and Holder.