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Candle Jar Terrarium
What You Will Need:
Smooth Rocks and/or Pebbles
With a cleaned candle jar, line your larger rocks on the bottom.
Then place your smaller pebbles on top. This will allow proper drainage when you water your plants, as well as adding a nice layer of contrast to your newfound pot.
Add a thin layer of activated charcoal to help with toxin removal.
Next, you will add the soil to the jar, on top of the pebbles. Insert your succulent and place more dirt around, in an even layer.
Because this is a succulent, watering around once a week to keep them happy is essential.
Now sit back, light up another candle and enjoy your new plant baby.
Candle Jar Holder
For this project you’ll just need three things:
Old Candle Jars
Brass Candle Stick (Goodwill)
Thoroughly clean the candle jar, removing all residue and wax inside.
(You can remove all of the wax by pouring boiling water into the pot around the candle, making sure that the water does not get into the candle jar. Let the jar sit in the hot water until the wax has softened. Hold the jar in one hand and use a butter knife to loosen the wax.)
Next, apply the glue to the brass candle stick and place it at the center of the bottom of the candle jar. Apply light pressure to ensure it’s placement and leave it to dry for a couple of hours.
And then waaaaah-laaaah, you’re own glass holder for almost anything you can think of: Pencils, cotton balls, candy, beads, etc.