DIY Snow Covered Glass

Parsimony Vintage- Event Planning-DIY Epsom Salt Snow Covered Glass

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  1. Mod Podge
  2. Epsom Salt
  3. Glass vase or container
  4. Glitter
  5. Brush (we prefer sponge brushes)
Parsimony Vintage- Event Planning-DIY Epsom Salt Snow Covered Glass


Parsimony Vintage- Event Planning-DIY Epsom Salt Snow Covered Glass

Using the Mod Podge, cover the sides of the glass.  There are tons of different approaches to using this product, and different approaches can create different effects. We recommend that you experiment before you use it on something of value. You can watch beginner tutorials here.

Next, apply the Epsom Salt. There are two ways you can do this. Either you can sprinkle it on, or you can roll your glass in it. For this project, we're sprinkling it on, because we find it has a finer coat of salt, giving you a less opaque final product. Again, feel free to experiment with the effect you like best!

Parsimony Vintage- Event Planning-DIY Epsom Salt Snow Covered Glass
Parsimony Vintage- Event Planning-DIY Epsom Salt Snow Covered Glass

After the Mod Podge has started to get tacky, apply glitter VERY SPARINGLY.  Remember, when it comes to glitter, a little goes a long way. If you're not careful, it will get EVERYWHERE!

Throw in a candle, or some flowers, and VOILÀ!



  1. Mod Podge
  2. Epsom Salt can be purchased at your local pharmacy
  3. Glitter
  4. Brush