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DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

This Frosted Christmas Candy jar craft is a Fashionista Event and a promotional item was provided to me by Sweetworks. Hosts for this event are Still Blonde after all these Years and ModlyChic

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Holidays are my favorite time for baking and crafting! Probably because there are so many different and creative things you can do. And one of my favorite brands to craft with is Sweetworks! They have an amazing array of some of my favorite treats that are just perfect for Holiday crafting and baking! Since in October I created delicious Leaky Cauldron Brownies with Sweetworks I wanted to do something crafty this time. So this time I made a Frosted Christmas Candy Jar that is sure to please your home!

Frosted Candy Jar Tutorial

Supplies needed:

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Note: I used a Matte Satin finish on my project because the Crystal Clear was out of stock. But if I did this again, I would have chosen the Crystal clear finishing spray instead. But it is your choice.

To begin you need to clean the apothecary jar and make sure it is dried thoroughly.

The fun part is that you can make fun designs through your jar by adding elastic bands around the jar in a fun pattern. However you arrange them, just make sure that they all lay flat and there is no twist in the elastic.

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

In a well ventilated area spray the jar with the Frosted glass spray according to the directions. We have a great place out in our garage set up specifically for this type of project. So I popped open the garage door and started spraying away.

Then allow the paint to dry. I did 2 coats and only had to wait about 2-5 minutes between each coating

Then wait about an hour or two to ensure that the frost is completely dry to the touch and you will remove the rubber bands. Gently to ensure it doesn’t break off any of the frosted paint still on the glass.

Then apply the finish spray. This is where I said I would rather have used the crystal clear finish. Because the matte gives a soft frosted look itself so the design I created isn’t as noticeable. But if you use the clear coat, it will show up a lot better.

Again, you will want to do 2 coats and wait about 2-5 minutes between each one.

Then wait another 1-2 hours to ensure it is completely dry.

You will now glue the Apothecary jar to the candle stand with the pro-bond glue. Put a little on the base of the jar and attach to the stand. Allow to dry.

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Seriously, you will spend more time waiting for things to dry than you will spend actually working on this craft. It is a great “in the background” craft because you will show up for a minute or two at a time to do the next step and then walk away while you wait for things to dry.

After the pro-bond glue is dry then it is time to attach the tinsel. Carefully add a ring of Hot glue around the outside base of the stand.

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

 

Then very carefully add the tinsel and ensure it is in contact with the hot glue. I used a bamboo skewer so I could have precision and wouldn’t burn myself.

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Trip off any excess of the tinsel and then allow the hot glue to cool. If you have any other garnishes you’d like to add, now is the time.

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

But otherwise the candy jar is now complete and ready for the best part of all. Filling it with Sweetworks Candy! Oh yum!

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Sweetworks has a lot of different candy you can choose from Gumballs to Sixlets (yeah, we already know that is my favorite) and even cute little wrapped Santa chocolates! But we also absolutely love the Mint Ovation Sticks! The husband tried to sneak off with that one! But I caught him! Yeah, don’t be taking my mint ovation sticks! They are so amazing! Even though they don’t fit in my candy jar; but that’s OK, cause I don’t plan to share them anyway! lol. OK, so I’m sharing them with the husband..but that’s only cause I love him so much.

Just fill it all up with your favorite Sweetworks candy, and set the dish out with the rest of your Holiday decor! The kids will love it and even your guests will have fun!

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

And when the Carolers come around, pass the Christmas Candy Jar around to thank them for their sweet music!

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Sweetworks Candy Giveaway

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

Want to get your hands on some yummy Sweetworks Candy for the holidays? We are giving away a $50 value package of Sweetworks Candy! And guess what? You have 25 chances to win! Because 24 other bloggers are also giving away the same giveaway package! So after you enter our giveaway, be sure to visit each on on the linky below and enter their giveaway too!

  • Prize: $50 value in Sweetworks Candy
  • Open USA only
  • ENDS Dec. 19, 2014 11:59 PM EST.
  • Enter via the form below- not following instructions on form could disqualify entries

DIY Frosted Christmas Candy Jar filled with SweetWorks Candy! #SweetWorksHoliday

 

 

 
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