Fairy Jar

This is a great way to upcycle some of your empty jars!
Makes a great gift.
Even helps little ones who may be afraid of the darkness in their rooms!
You may use any glue.


These are the ones I used.
Coat the jar with glue or modge podge. (On the OUTSIDE of the jar!)
Place white tissue paper in a SINGLE layer on jar.


When dry, trim off excess tissue paper at rim of jar. I used a razor blade to do so.
I glued felt to the bottom to protect furniture.
Coat 1 side of fairy cut out with glue. I used brush on nail glue that dries clear amd fast.
Hold in place, for a few seconds where you want it to stay.
When dry, it will look like this when sun shines thru jar.


Now you are ready to embellish the outside of your jar!
This is what inside of jar should look like!
Place BATTERY OPERATED candle inside jar.
This is a shot in complete darkness.
I added glitter, twine,leaves and flowers for my embellishments.
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  • Wendy Wendy on May 19, 2016
    What is the computer site to find the fairies to cut out? Thanks Wendy

  • Lisa Phillips Davis Lisa Phillips Davis on Sep 10, 2018

    What kind of paper did you use for the fairy? I don’t have a Cricut?

  • Lisa Phillips Davis Lisa Phillips Davis on Sep 10, 2018

    What kind of paper is the fairy cut out of, as I don’t have a cricut?

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  • Sandi De Luca Gales Sandi De Luca Gales on Sep 11, 2016
    I absolutely love this

  • Helen Werner Helen Werner on Nov 28, 2019

     I love you work and are trying to do fairy lights for my grand kids I need to know after I lodge the paper and put white glitter on how do I keep the glitter from getting of are there a sealer that I have missed or what do I do! Please help me Helen

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