White Christmas Mason Jar Luminaries

craft 3 days 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
  • These mason jar luminaries are so easy! You probably have almost all the supplies on hand to make these already, too!
  • You'll need mason jars, Mod Podge, silver glass paint, foam brushes, stencils, tea lights, ribbon & salt.
  • This step is totally optional but the snowflakes do add a pretty touch. :) I used some Martha Stewart glass paint snowflake stencils to stencil my jars.
  • After the paint dried, I coated my mason jar with Mod Podge. Then I just sprinkled salt on my jar.
  • The salt sticks right to the Mod Podge, and it looks so pretty!
  • I love how they turned out!
  • They would make a great centerpiece on a holiday table or even decoration for a winter wedding.

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

  • Debra Powell
    Debra Powell Mesa, AZ
    So simple yet so elegant! I adore these. Even I can make some. Lol...Thanks!
  • Debi Mcclain
    Debi Mcclain Bennington, IN
    beautiful
  • Kasidor
    kasidor Robesonia, PA
    anyone spray paint with clear acrylic as the final step? tia-kas
  • Becky Cabrera
    Becky Cabrera Spring, TX
    Is there a frosted spray paint product you could use as well? Other than salt, perhaps use fine white glitter.
  • Sheila Hinds
    sheila Hinds Turlock, CA
    Christmas is almost here, will try this thanks!
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