Mason Jar Candleholder Tutorial

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Today, I am sharing a fun and easy Mason Jar candle holder tutorial that is perfect to decorate any part of your home for the holidays if you are looking for something simple and inexpensive. So please sit back and enjoy the tutorial.
I began the project by gathering a few mason jars from my kitchen, ribbon and twine from my craft room and a few fresh green clippings from my garden.
Cut enough ribbon to cover the circumference of the Mason Jar. Spray tacky glue on the back of the ribbon and press it around the jar until you get to the back. Make sure it is neat and centered.
Tie the twine around the mouth of the Mason Jar. Make sure to cut enough to make a pretty bow. I placed mine of the left side but this is all up to you.
Place lace ribbon and greenery tucked behind the twine to secure it and then add berries.
Place lace ribbon and greenery tucked behind the twine to secure it and then add berries.
Place lace ribbon and greenery tucked behind the twine to secure it and then add berries.
Place lace ribbon and greenery tucked behind the twine to secure it and then add berries.
To finish the project, I filled the mason jars with water and added the tea lights. For a pop of color, I placed a few fresh cranberries in the water and placed the mason jars on a tray. Isn't this gorgeous. And so easy to make. I hope you give this project a go.

Suggested materials:

  • Mason Jars   (Supermarket)
  • Ribbon & Twine   (Craft Store)
  • Christmas Berries and sprays   (Craft Store)
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