DIY Mason Jars for the 4th

I wanted to make some centerpieces with the mason jars and other craft supplies I have on hand for the Fourth of July.  If you have seen my Pinterest boards, you know I love love love mason jars!  I could write an entire post on how fabulous they are, but I will save that for another time.   I especially like that they are so versatile for decorating.

I gathered these items from my craft supplies…(mason jar, glass stones, a small votive holder).

I wanted to create some height in the jar because I will be using tea lights, so I put in the smaller glass candle holder upside-down into the mason jar.

Then I layered the glass stones into the jar by color. Then I placed the tea light candle on top of the smaller candle holder.

I added a ribbon on the outside,

This is how it looks lit.

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Comments

  1. How clever you are! Unfortunately, I was born without the craft gene; nothing that smart would ever occur to me! I just stopped by from SITS to say hello; hope you find time to do the same.

  2. Ashley Marie says:

    These are so cute! Great idea!

  3. I love mason jars too. I really liked what you did with them. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.

  4. Super cute. Thanks for sharing.

    Stopping by from SITS.

  5. So cute! I need to make more time to be this creative – Thanks so much for visiting my on my blog for SitsDay :) I appreciate you

  6. These are so adorable! i wish I was creative enough for this!

  7. Simple and cute! I’ve literally got cases of mason jars in my basement waiting to be used…this just gave me a couple ideas. Thanks!

  8. I love anything Mason jars… it’s too cute…

    Thank you for linking up to the ALL STARS BLOCK PARTY!!!

    Carri
    simplydonewright.blogspot.com

  9. I absolutely love this! And I love how it can be incorporated into any holiday for indoor or outdoor fun. I’m thinking Halloween and Christmas. :)

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