CHRISTMAS DIY-FROSTED MASON JAR LANTERN

Hi Friends! You know it is not too late to begin Christmas projects! Today I’m sharing a very easy, Frosted Mason Jar Christmas Lantern you can make to sparkle up your holiday season. You just need a mason jar or cylinder or glass container and two other things to make this pretty lantern! Ready, I’ll show you how!

Today is Home Style Saturday when my blogging friend and I dig out the very best and reshare it! The last time the Frosted Mason Jar Lantern was featured was four years ago. Aren’t you glad I’m sharing one of my favorite and relevant posts today?

So let’s get started..,

 

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5 Comments

  1. I absolutely love Stone Gable!! It Is my favorite. I love the little frosted mason jar lantern but I can’t seem to access info about it no matter what link I hit on.
    Thank you
    Tina

  2. I’ve made this and I have another bag to make another. I wonder how it would look with a green mason jar I have? I will have to try. It is an idea!! You give great inspiration. I also like the suggestion posts below the post. I clicked on reviving an old wreath. Wow! Your wreath looked new! Thank you for all the tips.

  3. Thank you, Yvonne! Four years ago, I had not yet found your blog and missed these pretty, frosted mason jars the first time around. What a beautiful way to add some natural and neutral sparkle to our Christmas and winter homes. I have a great butler’s pantry with 4 4’x3′ foot windows along the south wall. The windows sit high with the top near the ceiling and the large wood sills it about chest high on me. I always enjoy lining the sills with bottles, jars, vases, small flower pots, etc. in keeping with the season. I’ve got 2 boxfuls of mason jars in my storage room, I’m starting on these tomorrow, my beautiful new window Christmas project will be finished in plenty of time. Thanks for your inspiration! Happy Monday!

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