13.03.2016
One of the biggest decor-related projects that I did for the wedding was decorate tons of glass jars for candles to be placed in on tables around the winery for the wedding reception. I definitely recruited the help from two of my best friends and bridesmaids, Tonya and Jessica, to help me clean and decorate them. Since we had over 150 of them to decorate, we just kept it simple and didn’t worry about having them perfect or anything.
On the morning of the wedding, once we had them all out at the venue, we filled them with a couple inches of sand and then placed 2×3 inch ivory pillar candles (ordered from here) in them. I was running all around the day of the wedding, so I didn’t take any pictures of that part.
Not the clearest picture to show you how they looked, but you can see how they let off a beautiful glow both inside and out.
We also used a couple of the decorated jars to hold bookmark favors, pens, and ribbon streamers on the guest sign-in table (pictures of that from the photographer too hopefully!) I loved the way they turned out and the best part is that a few of them are great to display around the house with candles or something else in them as a memento from the wedding!
Even if you aren’t getting married anytime soon, this would still be a cute project to do a few to decorate a porch, sunroom or deck for an outdoor summer party or to use to put candles inside the house too.
Directions: Make sure your glasses are clean then simply spray them with the glitter spray and let dry for 24 hours. I am so thrilled as to how popular these have become, I encourage you to make your own for you or family and friends.
The process is quite simple.  Start with a clean glass jar, decorative glass marbles (the kind that are flat on the back), and a hot glue gun. I hot glued the marbles to the jar using plenty of hot glue so that no bubbles or voids would show through the glass marbles. Since I originally wanted to make hanging lanterns, I used some craft wire to make hanging doodads for the sides so that I could attach a chain.  I hot glued these directly to the jar.


On the small vase, I also decided to mix the colors of the marbles, starting with white at the top, green in the middle, and blue at the bottom. Could you please provide more information about the kind of grout used and the grouting process, Thank you…Love this idea! I felt like doing something fun this morning, and as I had all the items here already, I decided to give this a go.
You will hear them crakling, after a few minutes remove them from the water and admire your project.
Could you please provide more information on the kind of grout used and the grouting process. I’d really like to be a part of community where I can get responses from other experienced individuals that share the same interest. It would have been pretty to use mason jars, but those can get kind-of pricey when you are talking about 150+ of them. I had a big collection of different types of ribbons, laces, trims, burlap ribbon, jute twine, etc and a few hot glue guns and we just glued and decorated to our hearts content. We did make sure that if the jar had a logo or name or anything printed on it that we covered that up with ribbon or something.
We scattered them randomly all along the tables inside and out and they looked so, so pretty lighting up the evening.
I still haven’t gotten our pictures back from the photographer to show you those either.
Once dry you can embellish them any way you want to, I used things I had around the house, I found felt harts with glitter on them a couple years ago at the craft store and still had tons left over which worked perfect for the love bug. Shake the can VERY well before spraying to mix the glitter, this also helps to keep the can from clogging.


However I do strongly ask that you do not recreate these to sell since it directly competes with my Etsy site and local business. I live with my husband, Matt, our dog, Boo, and our cat, Peeve, in our 1948 fixer upper that I'm remodeling pretty much by myself. For her face I used a glass paint marker and some glass paints since I was painting on the glass and not the glitter (the white is sprayed on the inside). If you post your reproduction anywhere online such as a blog please link back to your original source of inspiration, this keeps my blog able to continue, along with me being able to create more fun ideas to share with everyone. I’m wondering if there are any smaller types of glass flat stones though, and if so, maybe use a smaller jar, the smaller rocks real close together, and you’d have an easier time grouting as well as a tea light being able to shine through better with less space it has to get through? I think a salt lamp light kit would fit perfectly in the jar to light it up and they are very inexpensive. Of course, when you say lantern you immediately think of pumpkins but those aren’t the only designs you can use.
There are tons of other ideas and numerous wonderful lanterns you can make yourself using other materials.View in galleryFor example, you can make tin can lanterns. Fill the can with water, put it in the freezer and then drill holes in it in the pattern you want. They’re made of oranges and they’re lovely decorations for the table or for the mantle.{found on rebeccasdiy}.View in galleryRemember those adorable jar lanterns?



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