DIY Sea Glass Votives

Recently I saw beautiful votive candle holders in a catalog and I wanted to recreate the look myself.
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With major inspiration from Pinterest and another Mod Podge project I did a while backI figured out how to recreate the look myself. 


And then I used it on a Mason Jar too

I used Outdoor Mod Podge and Vitrea Glass Paint for this project. 


If you don't have the glass paint you can use blue and green food coloring. 


I basically only added enough glass paint to the Mod Podge to give it the color I wanted. 


This can be done in any color, I used turquoise!


Using Outdoor Mod Podge means I can use these on my deck when the weather gets nicer.


Did you even know there was such a thing? 


It seems to be waterproof! 



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I brushed on a light coat of the mixture and let it dry.


This sea glass glass lidded jar used only one coat for a beautiful light color.

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The glass votives were given three coats. 


Each coat was painted on in a different direction. 


The result is a textured finish and by painting in different directions it gives the glass beautiful linen-like texture.

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The color is textured and varied. 


It can come out lighter in some places than others which I think adds to the beauty.

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The Mod Podge Outdoor says to let 

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .