Feeling frosty

Make it a white Christmas with fake snow in the house. Here, a glass jar has been used, but the same method can be replicated to create ‘snow’ on a Christmas tree or on other decorations

Published: 16th December 2013 01:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th December 2013 01:01 PM   |  A+A-

Things you need

  A bottle of any size. A spice jar has been used here

  Glue that dries clear

  Salt

  A candle since the jar will double as a candle holder


Step 1

Immerse the bottle in hot water to remove the label. Wash and dry it.

Step 2

Apply glue on the bottle.

Step 3

Sprinkle generous amounts of salt on the glue-covered bottle and let it dry. After it has dried, tap the bottle gently so that excess salt falls off. If you do this at the place where you want to keep the bottle it will give a snow effect to the area.

Step 4

To make it a candle holder, pour some salt in the jar, then fix a candle in it.

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