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Mason Jar Solar Lights

Using just three materials and a wee bit of time you will quickly have stylish mason jars to light up the garden or patio on these late summer nights. Materials mason jars with rings stake solar light double sided foam tape or glue Directions 1. The most challenging this project will ever get is fin...
  • Jenny R

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  • Deborah Williams

    Mason Jar Solar Lights Tutorial from www.gardentherapy.ca | Using just three materials and a wee bit of time you will quickly have stylish mason jars to light up the garden or patio on these late summer nights.

  • Marilyn Warren

    Mason Jar Solar Lights Tutorial This is such a great idea that I am going to linr the driveway with them!

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  • Bryan Biery

    Doesn't this get the wheels turning? For up North, I'm guessing the ones in the snow are kept charged by porch lights too. If it was turned on an hour before a storm or leaving in predawn hours for work, they sure would be a great way to mark curving pathways and stairs! I'm thinking those painted or frosted mason jars can be changed with the season, what fun!