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All you need to create these fantastic looking night lanterns is some jars, glow stick and diamond glitter. The process is as easy as it can be – open the jar, shake the content of the glow stick into it and add the diamond glitter. Close the top of the jar with a lid and shake it well. Enjoy a romantic backyard dinner under the light of the “Fireflies” in the jars!

Homemade fairy lights 1.Get a jar 2.Cut open glow stick 3.Put glow stuff into jar 4.Add glitter 5.Close the jar and shake! Done!

Umbrella light....Just an umbrella without the cloth, spray-painted white, with little string of white lights woven around

All you need is a package of Mason jars, some cotton string and some liquid citronella (find it in big jugs at any home-improvement store and even some grocery stores). Use a hammer and nail to poke a hole in the top of the lid, then pour in the citronella, put the top on and drop in the wick. Allow the string about 10 minutes to soak up some oil, then place them around your backyard and light them!

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Crafty Kids: DIY Mason Jar Lanterns

DIY Mason Jar Lanterns - love the chippy paint idea so the light barely peeks through!