My daughter is absolutely obsessed with this movie she can’t get enough and secretly neither can I. The happiness that it brings to my daughter just makes me melt ( Olaf reference )

This year for her birthday we are giving her a frozen birthday and I would like to take you on that journey as well. I know many people have played around with Epsom salt on paint idea but I’m putting my own twist on it. I find that Epsom salts are expensive and if I’m going to be using a lot of salt I don’t want to be paying a fortune for it. I used regular table salt.

What you will need:
Empty jars ( from sauces )
Table salt
Hot glue gun
Enamel spray
Glitter spray


I started off by painting my jar, as you can see it has various tones, I thought that this would make it have a more realistic look. I then dipped in to the salt.


I took it outside and gave it a coat of enamel, when that was dry I gave it a coat of glitter spray as well.

I knew from the start that I wanted to make them into centrepieces. I thought rolled roses would be a perfect accompaniment to this. If you have never made rolled roses before here is a turorial

After I made all the roses I stuck them onto the lid. I sprayed them with the glitter spray.

I’m pretty happy with how they turned out only 20 more to go.



Keep an eye out for more Frozen party ideas in the coming weeks. Thanks for stopping by.


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