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Luminaries


Luminaries

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Ashbee Design...PVC Ispiration...can light in random or patterned core holed PVC pipe...kinda interesting.

Mason jar luminaries with tissue paper and a tea light. very pretty!

Southern Charm: Ten Mason Jar Crafts

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Repurpose tin cans into luminaries tata's note: This is so incredibly easy, I'm feeling a little silly for not having done this sooner. Clean the can, add water and freeze then punch holes with hammer and nails. Paint and add candle! In my first three, I didn't really add as many holes/find cool pattern so next time I'll be doing that differently. I used red paint so hopefully my winter can be a little less dull.

Tin Can Luminaries

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Love this free template and tutorial for creating little houses (that may hold flameless tea lights)

Paper House Luminaries and Mobile | Just Something I Made

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Angel Luminary Night

{DIY} Mason Jar Luminary!

Mason Jar Luminary

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Twine Pumpkin Luminary - Flourish

Christmas Tree Luminary Digital Cutting by PeadenScottDesigns

Blue wine bottle luminary with rainbow lights

Vinyl Luminaries – Reusable & awesome for curb appeal! | Wisconsin Real Estate & Wisconsin Living, First Weber Group

Luminary Bags

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leaf luminary

Pumpkin Luminary Kid Craft. Epson Salts, food coloring, jar and glue. Very cool.

Twine Pumpkin Luminary - Flourish

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Luminary The Fish by jalinde on Etsy, $32.00

Torch cut metal luminaries look like snowflakes of light when grouped together. Luminary Torch Cut metal by jalinde on Etsy, $28.00

poke small holes in a dark lampshade to make a picture. Nice with a city sky line

What a Beauty – To do: DIY my ass off

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Drill holes in wood, place tea lights. Table center piece for outside table.

summer party

so beautiful & so sweet....

reuse those old globe light covers

Cut the bottoms off wine bottles to use for candle covers! Keeps the wind from blowing them out!

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