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  • René Clark

    Mason Jars - Frosted glass look. Just create your own shape with contact paper...stick it on...spray with frosted glass spray paint...then peel of your contact paper shape...and voila! These look like recycled jars too.

  • Linda Neuy

    recycled glass jars, frosted with spray garden lanterns

  • Bridget Hughes

    DIY CRAFTS How to make glass jar lanterns. glas jars. sticky paper cut out. frosted glass spray. tea lights

  • Kristina Degiovanni

    This is what I was going for when making your candle holder! Spray is better. Noted. glass jars, contact paper, frosting spray

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