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Instruction:  All you need to do is first tie the rope around the rim of the glas for decorative reasons and also to hide the screw-top seam on the top of the jar. Then fill the jar with sand, shells and a tea light.

Instruction: All you need to do is first tie the rope around the rim of the glas for decorative reasons and also to hide the screw-top seam on the top of the jar. Then fill the jar with sand, shells and a tea light.

Amazing what you can do with a coffee jar and eBay :)

Amazing what you can do with a coffee jar and eBay :)

mason jar luminaries - add solar light, leave on picnic table during the day to charge, always have a light when you return to camp

mason jar luminaries - add solar light, leave on picnic table during the day to charge, always have a light when you return to camp

What would look better hanging over your farmhouse table than a cluster of Mason jar lights?

50 Best Ways to Use Mason Jars

Moccona coffee jars used as vases for a table centrepiece

Moccona coffee jars used as vases for a table centrepiece

Marbleized tinted Mason jars - Learn how to tint Mason jars -- simple enough for the kids to do.

How to Tint Mason Jars - So Simple the Kids Did It

Marbleized tinted Mason jars - Learn how to tint Mason jars -- simple enough for the kids to do.

Upcycle douwe egberts coffee jar with solar light and butterfly etch

Upcycle douwe egberts coffee jar with solar light and butterfly etch

How to Print on Glass Jars.......... Print-making art has been around for a long long time, and it's versatile, easy and fun. There are various ways to make a print ie. stamps, linoleum blocks, wooden blocks, and even potatoes (remember that primary school art project?)  In this post, I will show you how to decorate your unused, unwanted glass jars and bottles.

How to Print on Glass Jars.......... Print-making art has been around for a long long time, and it's versatile, easy and fun. There are various ways to make a print ie. stamps, linoleum blocks, wooden blocks, and even potatoes (remember that primary school art project?) In this post, I will show you how to decorate your unused, unwanted glass jars and bottles.

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