Clinton Kelly’s “Clinton’s Craft Corner” is always one of my favorite segments on “The Chew”! I absolutely love everything that he creates. Today on the show he made gorgeous DIY handmade candles. He also showed us how to clean our jewelry, and he even created an air freshener using something most of us already have in our homes, a slow cooker!
If you’re looking to make a fun handmade gift your family and friends will love (just in time for Easter), clean your favorite necklace before you head out this weekend, or spring clean your humble abode, you’re in luck. We have an instructional video from today’s episode of “The Chew” to share with you, below. Enjoy! PS: I linked up to the items that they used during the show under each headline. I also shared a few products in the Shop The Post widget below. It’s very easy to use! All you have to do is click on an image and it will take you directly to the retailer.
How To DIY Slow Cooker Handmade Candles
Slow Cooker DIY Handmade Candles
Are you interested in learning how to make the DIY slow cooker handmade candles that Clinton Kelly made during his Clinton’s Craft Corner segment on “The Chew” on Tuesday, March 10, 2015? If so, you’re in luck! Here is a list of the ingredients and materials he used to make these amazing candles. They’ll make great gifts for your friends, family, coworkers, and of course for yourself.
Slow Cooker Jewelry Cleaner
How To Clean Your Jewelry Using Your Slow Cooker
Your slow cooker isn’t just for preparing dinner! You can also use it to clean your favorite necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings! Here is a list of the ingredients that the one and only Clinton Kelly used to clean jewelry.
According to Clinton Kelly to clean jewelry in your slow cooker/crockpot you need “2 1/2 cups of white vinegar, 2 tablespoons of salt. As soon as it heats up place your jewelry inside. Take it out and use a scrubber brush to scrub it a little bit. Polish it with a soft cloth.” Have you used Clinton’s jewelry cleaning method? I’d love to read your thoughts in the comments section below!
How To Make A Handmade Slow Cooker Air Freshener
Homemade Air freshener Using Your Slow Cooker
This afternoon on “The Chew”, Clinton Kelly shared the secret to making a slow cooker handmade air freshener using your favorite essential oils, water, and a slow cooker!
- Your favorite scents/Essential oils
- Clinton Kelly used vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, lemon, herbs, rosemary)
- Slow cooker
FYI: To neutralize odors, just add water and baking soda to your slow cooker.
Clinton’s Craft Corner Slow Cooker DIY Video
“The Chew” video: Watch Clinton Kelly show Daphne Oz, and chefs Carla Hall, Mario Batali and Michael Symon how to DIY handmade candles, clean jewelry and make an air freshener using your slow cooker (from the Tuesday, March 10th, 2015 episode of “The Chew”)!