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White Christmas Mason Jar Luminaries

Creative Lighting 18 hours ago
Super easy, pretty (and cheap!) mason jar luminaries for Christmas. I used stencils, glass paint, Mod Podge & salt to make these in under an hour. :)
Time: 1 Hour Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2012/11/white-christmas-mason-jar-luminaries.html

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  • Amy
    Amy Hampton, VA
    I will have to try this.
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  • Melanie Watkins Cash
    Melanie Watkins Cash Saint Augustine, FL
    I spent $20.00 on supplies thinking it would make a nice personalized Christmas gift but I am not sure it turned out too well. The salt doesn't stay on. I am thinking a frosted spray would be more practical.
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    • Kathie taylor
      Kathie taylor Largo, FL
      Melanie Watkins Cash I made one last year,

      the salt stayed on just fine. I stuck it in the coat closet after Christmas until I figured out how to store it. I forgot

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  • Judie Ann Tomkins
    Judie Ann Tomkins Newman, CA
    Kat, St Paul,MN. Here is a pic of the ones I made last year
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  • Pam
    Pam Connersville, IN
    These are gorgeous; I am going to make them. Thanks
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  • Minnie's Milestones by Jonni
    Love this! Great tutorial.
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  • Margaret Lane
    Margaret Lane Jefferson, GA
    i did these for thankgiving center pic they turn out good and the snowflake one too will try differance ones
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  • ScrappyMama
    ScrappyMama Marysville, OH
    Such a pretty project! Thanks for the great tutorial!
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  • John
    john New York, NY
    Cool!
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  • Andreja
    Andreja Croatia
    like it...
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  • Dani Norman
    Dani Norman Hurst, TX
    We did this with the snowflake and salt on the INSIDE of the jar, like some of the other comments, it's too humid here in Texas otherwise. Then I spray painted the lid silver to match the star, used battery operated LED tea lights (the real candle
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  • Jen Hutson Watrol
    Jen Hutson Watrol Toledo, OH
    I made them with a little bit of twist used sharpie marker instead of paint and used a hurricane candle holder instead of the mason jar with a flameless tea light. I found it best to put the glue on thick pour the salt on it, just lightly dump the extra
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  • Wendy Kampo
    Wendy Kampo Winneconne, WI
    These are beautiful and I'm currently making some for gifts but are you able to use a real candle with these?
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