DIY Snowy Mason Jar Luminaries


DIY Snowy Mason Jar Luminaries


DIY Snowy Mason Jar Luminaries
DIY Snowy Mason Jar Luminaries

Add a beautiful and soft glow to any room in your home with these DIY Snowy Mason Jar Luminaries! The easy Christmas craft uses items you likely already have on hand and will result in a luminary that can be given as a present for anyone on your holiday list. With its budget-friendly design and easy-to-follow instructions, this craft can be created in very little time. You'll love decorating your fireplace mantel, dining room table, and coffee table with these beautiful luminaries. These decorations could even be used all winter for a truly delightful look that everyone who enters your home is sure to love.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening



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I agree SissieSass! These DIY Snowy Mason Jar Luminaries are soooooo stinkin' cute! I have the perfect use for them too! I think they would look awesome sitting on a round mirror as a table center piece for a women's event at a church. I think they'd look great done in three sizes...a small...a medium...and a large in each grouping! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

Mason jars are so versatile and fun to use in crafts, aren't they? I love that you frosted the glass to make it sparkle. I think it softens the light of the candle and adds a more rustic appeal to the design. My favorite part is the sprigs of greenery and the pops of red color. The jars are so cute.

Just made these last night. very easy to do. not nearly as messy as I thought,BUt when dry the epsom salts comes off like powder. I went back to the store for Hodge Podge sealer for glass. I applied some to a few jars and they are drying. This part was messier. the stuff flaked off while I was applying the sealer. Don't know if it will work. Anyone have a suggestion or does this not work so well?

This Mason jar luminary is a quick and easy to do craft project. Very Christmas-y looking. I imagine smaller canning jars might look just as nice. Great to use as a table decoration when several of differing heights are used and placed in a wooden tray. Flickering tea lights are best to use rather than real candles.


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