Did you like this video? Don’t forget to give it a thumbs up & subscribe for more simple DIY projects. Got a question? More info below… Have you seen my BIG announcement? I’m working with HGTV! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXYMm61LEW4 +INSTAGRAM | http://www.instagram.com/itsjoules +TWITTER: | http://www.twitter.com/itsjoules +PINTEREST | http://www.pinterest.com/itsjoules +BLOG | http://www.asimplelifestyle.com/ +COOKING CHANNEL| http://www.youtube.com/simpledishes ________________________________ MATERIALS: +white candles, red acrylic paint (by Martha Stewart, in the shade habañero), DecoArt Paint Adhesion Medium, foam brush, painter’s tape (optional: thinner Scotch tape) *I had to order the paint adhesion medium online — http://goo.gl/4bSBge *Everything else was purchased at my local craft store. QUESTIONS? +How long do I allow the paint to dry? I found that

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Did you like this video? Don’t forget to give it a thumbs up & subscribe for more simple DIY projects. Got a question? More info below… Have you seen my BIG announcement? I’m working with HGTV! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXYMm61LEW4 +INSTAGRAM | http://www.instagram.com/itsjoules +TWITTER: | http://www.twitter.com/itsjoules +PINTEREST | http://www.pinterest.com/itsjoules +BLOG | http://www.asimplelifestyle.com/ +COOKING CHANNEL| http://www.youtube.com/simpledishes ________________________________ MATERIALS: +white candles, red acrylic paint (by Martha Stewart, in the shade habañero), DecoArt Paint Adhesion Medium, foam brush, painter’s tape (optional: thinner Scotch tape) *I had to order the paint adhesion medium online — http://goo.gl/4bSBge *Everything else was purchased at my local craft store. QUESTIONS? +How long do I allow the paint to dry? I found that

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Infused! Image by dollen Fresh garden herbs are always a win in the kitchen and if you have an abundance of herbs, like I did this last year you’ll find yourself doing some pretty decadent things. I like to take a sprig of rosemary and heat it up in a small amount of olive or hemp oil just before making a quick vinaigrette for a fresh spinach and kale salad. It just adds a little something extra to the experience. Link to this post!

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Infused! Image by dollen Fresh garden herbs are always a win in the kitchen and if you have an abundance of herbs, like I did this last year you’ll find yourself doing some pretty decadent things. I like to take a sprig of rosemary and heat it up in a small amount of olive or hemp oil just before making a quick vinaigrette for a fresh spinach and kale salad. It just adds a little something extra to the experience. Link to this post!

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