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A Mason Jar Chandelier

I made a mason jar chandelier for a backyard date with my husband. It was the perfect way to add a little ambiance to our al fresco dining and required nothing but mason jars and twine. Get the full tutorial at Dukes and Duchesses {link in profile}.

To see more: http://dukesandduchesses.com/2011/05/dining-al-fresco

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  • YouAreTalkingTooMuch.com
    YouAreTalkingTooMuch.com Conway, SC
    on Nov 4, 2012

    I love mason jars. I would live in one if I could. : ) Great job! Can't wait to enjoy the post!

  • Kelly S
    Kelly S Bremerton, WA
    on Nov 4, 2012

    congratulations on making it that far. What a simple but elegant and calm way to celebrate.

  • Susan C
    Susan C Beaumont, TX
    on Nov 4, 2012

    If you use the rings they are much easier to manipulate.....I punched a hole in either side of the ring, slid in the wire, looped it and then screwed the ring back on...a lot less work than trying to get the wire around the neck of the jar, etc...and you can spray paint the ring any color you choose...........FYI

  • Rose S
    Rose S Marietta, GA
    on Nov 4, 2012

    Very very nice. If I still had my Sweetie I'd copy this for our next anniversary. :-)

  • Randi Dukes
    Randi Dukes
    on Nov 4, 2012

    @Susan C ... great tip. If I do it again, I'll definitely remember that.

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