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  • Katrina Dudek-Schubach

    A Leaf lantern this Fall. Leaves + Modge Podge. A tea light inside the jar.(or maybe trying that diy solar light or fake candle) Line the walk way or put on tabletop. Cute!

  • Cheryle Thompson

    Create a Leaf lantern this Fall. Just Fall Craft idea: leaves + Modge Podge. tea lights inside the jar. Line the walk way or use as table toppers.

  • Pattie Heaton

    Create a Leaf lantern this Fall. Just leaves + Modge Podge. I use teeny tea lights inside the jar. Line the walk way or use as table toppers. Great night light idea. Battery candles would work too

  • Naomi Savage

    Create a Leaf lantern with mason jars, autumn leaves & tea light candles

  • Jasán Lagrimanta

    A Leaf lantern for fall. Leaves + Modge Podge. Tea lights inside. . this would be super easy to make a bunch out of upcycled mason jars from thrift stores, or even just glasses.

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