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How to make a frosted centerpiece with Epsom salt

A frosted accent piece brings a soft touch to any room in your home. Adding a new facade to a used home good is all it takes to turn an extra item in your house into a stunning centerpiece. The possibilities are endless with options to give a second life to an old glass vase or empty wine bottle. Feel free to turn yesterday’s goods into today’s work of art.
This simple DIY project doesn’t require a lot of fancy tools to turn out amazing. You’ll need Epsom salt, dish soap and water to create a frosted effect on any glass surface. Inexpensive to produce and always resulting in a unique design, a frosted Epsom salt-frosted centerpiece can also be used as a tasteful addition to a home’s overall decor. Tie a ribbon on the vase or bottle to give it a personalized touch, and your project is complete.
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Materials
- 1/3 cup Epsom salt
- 1/4 cup water
- Small mixing bowl
- Craft stick
- 3 drops of Palmolive dish soap
- Empty wine bottle
- Paintbrush
- Colorful ribbon
Instructions
1. Fill a small bowl with 1/3 cup of Epsom salt.
2. Carefully add 1/4 cup of water to the mixture.
3. Add approximately 3 drops of Palmolive dish soap to the mixture.
4. Use a crafting stick to mix the ingredients until the Epsom salt is completely dissolved.
5. Lay an empty wine bottle without its label on one side.
6. Dip the paintrush into the Epsom sale mixture and gently apply it to the exposed side of the wine bottle, covering the entire side.
7. Pick up the bottle by the neck and gently twist the bottle back and forth to allow the liquid mixture to run completely around it.
8. Once the bottle is dry, tie a ribbon in a bow around the neck.
9. Fill with flowers to complete the look.
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