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Beachy Mason Jar Solar Lights

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With a large collection of beach glass, shells, mason jars and a love of outdoor entertaining, I can't believe I didn't make these sooner. Now that I have, the night comes alive (and I feel like I'm on vacation)!
I was inspired by all if these collected items to use them for decoration in my garden.
I layered some sand in the bottom of a mason jar, then added beach glass.
Shells and moss were next.
Then a mason jar lid! You can make these at home with just 3 materials you can buy anywhere. You may even have them now.
See how I make my mason jar lids in the blog post I wrote here: http://gardentherapy.ca/mason-jar-solar-lights/
Here it is all together. At night, it really glows from the reflection of the LED light on the beach glass. I was impressed how much light it produces. See how it looks at night here: http://gardentherapy.ca/beach-glass-solar-lights/
I loved the beach ones so much I made some mini garden solar lights too! See how they turned out here: http://ebay.to/1I4aKol

To see more: http://gardentherapy.ca/beach-glass-solar-lights/

Ask the creator about this project

  • Deezie
    Deezie Stratford, CT
    on Jun 20, 2015

    I adore these, anything beachy and mason jar is fabulous. They are so pretty!!!

  • Jen R.
    Jen R. Seminole, FL
    on Jul 2, 2015

    So cute!! What a great idea.

  • Mandy Bailey
    Mandy Bailey Canada
    on Jul 2, 2015

    can you post a picture of the ones you made and show what they look like lighted because the other one is from another post and they are very different thanks

  • Sheilah Riley
    Sheilah Riley Middlesex, NC
    on Jul 2, 2015

    Where do you get the little led light thing on the top of the jar? You just cut the lid and put it in there...how do you get it to stay and make sure that it works. Beautiful beach jars!

    • Stephanie @ Garden Therapy
      Stephanie @ Garden Therapy Los Angeles, CA
      on Jul 3, 2015

      @Sheilah Riley There are two options - make your own (which I have a full tutorial for in the link under the mason jar solar lights photo) and to buy one - links to shops in the other post.

  • Collier Austin
    Collier Austin
    on Jul 2, 2015

    Very pretty. I'm going to try this.

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