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  • Amanda Boyd

    oil lamps out of mason jars; use citronella oil to keep the mosquitoes away!

  • Toni Curry

    mason jar oil lamp-- you can use olive oil to do this. Bet you could also use citronella oil as well....

  • Shelley Wells Wyse

    citronella jars

  • Beverly Sparks

    Mason Jar Candle: fill with citronella oil and use outside

  • Ally Beggs

    mason jar oil lamp. Could fill with citronella oil and use like tiki torches.

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@leslie walther These are so amazing, I HAVE to share - I'm making them for a friend for one of her Bridal Shower Favors.. but they would make GREAT decor around your home, or for any wedding, etc. This website shows how to make them, and gives examples of what photos would appear BEST in the jar (colored, B, Sepia, etc.) Therefore, you can use whichever photo you think looks best!! Enjoy!!!

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this is on my list of fun things to do tomorrow while i'm off work. just adding to the list of things to do with mason jars--it's basically endless!

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