Snowflakes Candy Jar with Hanging Candy Cane
- Plaid® Folkart® Enamels Paint- Wicker White And Engine Red
- Plaid® Folkart® Paint-
- Wicker White
- Vintage White
- Engine Red
- Fresh Foliage
- Plaid® Mod Podge® - Matte
- Plaid® Folkart® One Stroke Paint Brushes- #1 Liner & #9 Flat
- Glass Jar- Anchor Hocking Company
- Layered Wood Ornament - Candy Cane
- 5/8” Bobbin Ribbon- Red With Snowflakes
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Hot Glue
Wipe jar clean with rubbing alcohol.
Use Wicker White to randomly paint about 10 snowflakes of different sizes on each side of the jar. To make a snowflake, paint a vertical line, then a horizontal line that is slightly shorter then two more lines diagonally. When paint is dry, paint dots on each end of snowflake lines.
Use brush handle and Engine Red to paint dots around sides of jar lid. let dry.
Paint a large Wicker White snowflake on top of jar lid; dry.
Air dry for 1 hour, remove plastic seal from jar and bake according to manufacturer's instructions; once cool, replace plastic seal.
Use flat brush and Wicker White to basecoat candy cane; let dry.
Use flat brush and Fresh Foliage to basecoat bow; let dry.
Use flat brush and Engine Red to paint stripes on candy cane; let dry.
Use liner brush and Clover to add detail to bow; let dry.
Mix a drop of water and a hint of Vintage White to make a slightly “white water” and paint it onto the edges of the white stripes on candy cane to soften and blend lines; dry.
Mix a drop of water and a hint of Engine Red to make a slightly “red water” and paint it onto the edges of stripes on candy cane to soften and blend lines; dry.
Seal with a layer of Mod Podge Matte.
Remove tie string from the candy cane; shorten to about 1" and replace in the same hole using hot glue.
Tie the ribbon around the jar attaching the candy cane; use a dab of hot glue to secure.