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d.i.y - lightbulbs,candles,mason jars,lanterns, & bottles ;)

Can't wait to try these!! 20 Fun Ways To Use A Mason Jar | The Money-Saving Garden

The Money-Saving Garden: 20 Fun Ways To Use A Mason Jar

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like the look of need a LARGE bulb 24 Creative DIY Light Bulbs

Beautifully Surreal Sculptures

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Aqua Seashell Coastal Candleholder - Extra Large Beach Decor | Nautical Decor | Tropical Decor | Coastal Decor

Aqua Seashell Coastal Candleholder - Extra Large

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DIY :: Glass Etching ~ Didn't know this stuff existed! It's a cream like acid that roughens up glass surfaces, so it's permanent. Use stencils to create designs, names, or initials.

DIY Glass Etching - Craft By Photo

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Jars made from spaghetti sauce jars--spray paint lid and add knob. So smart and so cheap!

Parties For Pennies: DIY Apothecary Jars... | Postris

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DIY glass painting with Martha Stewart's glass paint - has link to instruction for glasses shown in the picture - via Martha Stewart

Paint That’s Sheer Perfection - Martha Stewart Crafts

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Baby food jar vase....Cool Springtime Craft ! Items needed: food jar, lacing wire, ribbon, hot glue, flowers of your choice.

How to Make Colored Mason Jars

How to Make Colored Mason Jars

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Cut the bottoms off wine bottles to use for candle covers! How cool looking- and keeps the wind from blowing them out!

Buy a box of glow sticks, cut off one end & pour into the jar. Seal with a lid and shake to coat the inside. Voila! Instant lantern.

Perpetually Engaged: mason jar lanterns

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Jar of water, cut glow stick (dump contents of glow stick into water), add glitter, put on lid, shake....voila...

  • Kitty O'Neill

    Is there a particular type of glitter I should use? I tried this and the glitter clumped together and the whole thing ended up looking like pee with glitter clumps in it lol

Spray paint a light-bulb through lace to create patterned light.

A Bit of Bees Knees: DIY: Lace Light Bulbs

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