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  • Donna Burgess

    Easy Halloween Crafts – Easy Pumpkin Crafts at - Woman's Day. Use orange tissue paper cut in strips on outside of jar...decoupage, then cut faces out of black construction paper and glue over, and decoupage again. Fill jars with multiple battery-operated candles. Cute, cute! (Maybe find some pre-cut black designs for the artistically challenged (like me!).

  • Carrin Bachowski

    Will go great with the glass pumpkin I got from Goodwill...have to head back over there for some cheap mason jars

  • Trina Waldrop

    Home / Crafts / Halloween Craft How-to: Pumpkin Jar Lights Halloween Craft How-to: Pumpkin Jar Lights Create a quirky patch of pumpkins using round glass holders and tissue paper By Emily McDonald Posted September 30, 2011 from Woman's Day; October 17, 2011 Photo: © Mark Lund/Woman's Day If you didn’t make it to the pumpkin field this year, no fear: Grab five empty glass jars in various sizes—along with orange tissue paper, glue and black construction paper—and scare up your own creepy crew. Materials • 5 empty glass jars in various sizes, washed and soaked to remove any labels • Measuring tape • Scissors • Orange tissue paper • Small bowl • Decoupage glue (we used Mod Podge Outdoor, $5 for 8 oz; for stores) • Newspaper • 1" foam paintbrush • Pencil • Black construction paper Directions 1. Beginning with the tallest jar, measure the length from just below the lid to the center of the bottom of the jar. Cut about a dozen strips of tissue paper measuring about 1 1/2" wide by the length of the jar. In a small bowl, mix 3 parts decoupage glue with 1 part water.

  • Sarah Wall

    Halloween: Pumpkin Jar Lights (recycle old jars)!

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