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St. Patrick's Day - Easy Decor

I found this plain green candle at my local Goodwill store. It appears to have been originally from Target as a Christmas candle. I thought it could use a little updating for a great St. Patrick's Day craft. I knew the glass had been painted but it appeared to be on the inside of the jar, so I thought etching the glass on the outside would look nice. Well, the color turned out to actually be on the outside of the jar and my Etchall etching cream removed the color! What a happy accident! So I went with it. 


I want to personally thank CricutTape Technologies, and Etchall for providing materials for this post.

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Using your personal cutting machine, cut out four clovers 1" tall.


After weeding the clover image away, I fold the vinyl in half to know where the middle is.


Apply the vinyl to the candle.


Apply the Etchall cream with a paintbrush.


Let the etching cream sit for 15 minutes, then wash.


So, this is the result, surprise!


The final product!

Cute, quick and easy.


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