Woodland Mason Jar Lights

Make these beautiful woodland themed mason jar lights using our free patterns! FULL PHOTOS AND PATTERNS HERE

1 quart and 1 pint mason jar

X-acto Knife

Regular white paper to print the graphics on


Free Pattern Download (on our site)

Battery Operated Tea Light

Printable patterns below

Spray adhesive

Gather supplies needed. You can color your jar if desired. Those instructions are on our site post itself.
Grab our free pattern here and cut it out. (We also have a Silhouette version of you have one of those machines)
Lightly spray the front of your graphic.
Insert it inside your jar. (Instructions for coloring the jar is on our post)
Use our free flower pattern and make a flower for the top of your jar.
Add in moss if desired and set your battery operated tea light on top of it!
Nancy at Craft Your Happiness
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  • Beverly Campbell Beverly Campbell on Dec 06, 2016
    how do you turn the light on or is it on all the time?

  • Maria Astillero Maria Astillero on May 21, 2017
    Do you have a giraffe and firefly

  • Carolyn Carolyn on May 20, 2019

    how to turn light off tea Candle all I know turn light bottom of tea candles and turn on bottom yes candles

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  • Lauren Myers Lauren Myers on Aug 18, 2020

    I have a kinda sad but happy ending for you... My daughter was to be married in May well with the Pandemic they were unable to have their wedding and as time we on they decided to take a break from each other and concentrate on their careers and education! Therefore I have 35 mason jars no lids but that’s an easy fix that I’m gonna make Christmas jars for family and friends! All I’ll need is my cut outs some tea lights and maybe I’ll put a small hole in the back of the jar with my power drill and use plug in lights!. And some Xmas sprigs and away I go! Now I’m excited!

    Thank you for the great DIY I can’t wait to get started!

    • Sharon Mitchell Sharon Mitchell on Oct 14, 2021

      So sorry to hear that. What’s wonderful is you can make a positive from a sad situation. I wish them well. Blessings

  • KateyV KateyV on Aug 19, 2020

    Lovely! I don't think the flowers on top is necessary though. At least not for me.

    I would also use the remote tealight as someone suggested.