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Mason Jar Luminary

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Looking for a modern design for your space? This luminary is a fresh + modern spin on the Mason jar. Visit the blog at the link below for a more detailed tutorial.
Time: 1 Hour Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.homeologymodernvintage.com/2013/05/mason-jar-luminaries.html

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  • Susan Laverty-Osborn
    Susan Laverty-Osborn Monticello, NY
    Thank you !!
  • Annie Ann Del Rio
    Annie Ann Del Rio Madera, CA
    looks great
  • Janet S
    I love this idea, thanks for sharing. Instead of a lighted candle you could also use one of those

    battery type candles, that way if kids were around they couldn't get

  • Vicki Miller
    Vicki Miller Hoquiam, WA
    is the design on 1 or all sides
  • Sarah @ {Home-ology} modern vintage
    Vicki Miller i did my design on all sides so it could be seen from any angle, but it's totally up to you ;)
  • Teri
    Teri Ferndale, WA
    Very cute idea. Im going to paint one to match my front porch colors and decorate it in a flower design. Can't wait to get started. Thanks for sharing.
  • G B
    G B Ripley, TN
    Trying this for my lawn party. Using butterfly stencils and frosted paint ('cause I have 2 cans)
  • Alexandra Arena
    Alexandra Arena Forest Hills, NY
    This is AMAZING! :)
  • Mindy Sytsma
    Mindy Sytsma Sheridan, WY
    i've spray painted many jars. i use the rustoleum spray paint but the problem I have is with the paint chipping or scratching, etc. if knocked against something. I've sprayed them with protective finishes but it tends to change the texture of the paint
  • Sarah @ {Home-ology} modern vintage
    Mindy Sytsma I know what you mean. painted glass will eventually scratch + chip. i only apply this technique to items i plan to use through a season or two. i do know there are
  • Mindy Sytsma
    Mindy Sytsma Sheridan, WY
    thanks so much for your reply!
  • Linda Stone
    Linda Stone Inman, SC
    Such a cute idea. Think I'll try this in the shape of a Christmas tree and maybe a star. Thanks for sharing!
  • Deb Peebles
    Deb Peebles Canada
    Great idea. Thanks for sharing. You really could let your imagination go wild. Thanks again for the idea. Cheers!
  • Renee Kelly
    Renee Kelly Silver Springs, FL
    I think these are wonderful! I've been considering a lighting solution for our screened patio since we often sit out there on warm nights. I didn't want artificial light, and plain candles aren't the solution, so these will work. I checked an office
  • India Em Artist Author
    WAY cool!!!! yeah! :)
Sarah @ {Home-ology} modern vintage

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