If y’all read my personal blog, you know that I am in love with mason jars. I jumped at the chance to play with the mason jar solar lids on ConsumerCrafts for a project. These DIY mason jar solar lights are perfect for all winter long. Just add different fill to the inside for all seasons.
- Quart Size Mason Jars (you will need jars with a standard size mouth)
- Mason Jar Solar Light Lid
- Aleene’s Glitter Snow
- Iridescent Snow
- Foam Pouncer Brush
- 18 Gauge Floral Wire
The second version just involves adding loose snow to the bottom of your jar. This is the non-permanent version that will be easy to change with the seasons. Because the light is in the top and does not get hot, adding items to the jar is fun and easy.
Grab your solar light mason jar lids and other supplies from ConsumerCrafts to make your own lanterns today.
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