Pretty idea, mason jars covered with lace or twine and a candle inside.

I love these.

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- Break off the metal contact from the bottom - Use a screw or a knife to crack the brown glass insulator - Looking inside you will see the fill tube. Break it off and remove it - Remove the filament and other debris with needle nose pliers - Use a dremel to grind down the glass edges inside for extra safety - Clean out the powder with water - Scrape off the writing with wire wool

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Paint Mason Jar to make vase!

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Constellation Jar-I am totally making one! I also loved the idea of these as table lights for an outdoor party.

flowers made with toilet paper rolls

Wooden twine and burlap frame by TheGreenGiftCompany on Etsy, $20.00

Soo pretty! DIY lace covered jars as centerpieces... :)

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Gorgeous mason jar lanterns!

Fabric Covered Boxes - thrifty! No more buying fancy boxes (This actually has the instructions)

Neat idea !!!

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transparent lace tape (to decorate glass jars w/ votives) cool!

OMG - I love this project! I did doors on a cabinet - beyond awesome! On this photo from lemontreecreations.blogspot.com: she stained wooden boards with a dark stain - placed doormat on top - then sprayed over all with 4 light coats of creamy colored paint - letting dry between coats. Make sure you get the paint into all the openings. Do not move mat until it is completely dry or it will smear. When you remove it the stained wood that was covered by the mat leaves a beautiful design. You c...

Pretty. (People say I'm a jar hoarder but there are legit reasons to save jars, right?)