Light up your front entranceway, holiday tablescape or Christmas mantle with these DIY Mason Jar Luminaries. Perfect as a rainy day craft, teachers gift or simply to enjoy my mason jar luminaries will cast a warm glow on your holiday home.
Made with supplies found around many homes like epsom salts, craft glue, saved ribbons and natural twine these luminaries can be made in many different themes in less than an hour.
Line your walkway for a Holiday gathering to light your guests path or group them with pinecones on a mantle to welcome Santa on Christmas Eve.
For step-by-step instructions to make my DIY Mason Jar Luminaries, watch my LIVE segment on WLFA.com today with Gayle Guyardo’s #GaylesGuideToPinterest – Wednesday December 7th at 11am and 4pm. And be sure to Subscribe to my YouTube Channel to see the replay when it is posted today!
MASON JAR LUMINARIES SUPPLIES
mason jars – clean and empty
Spread a thin layer of craft glue on outside of mason jar. Place jar over baking sheet and begin to cover glue area with epsom salts. The baking sheet will catch excess.
Allow to dry for 1 hour.
Wrap colorful ribbon around the out side of the jar and attach an ornament or garden clipping.
Drop a self-contained votive into the jar and light to enjoy the glow of your new Mason Jar Luminary!