How To Make Colorful Glowing Mason Jar Lights

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If you want to bring a bit of magic into your home, then you can make some DIY glow in the dark mason jars. These beautiful jars are also called “fairy jars” as they resemble the glow of these small magical beings. They are very easy to make and will transform your room, giving it a mysterious air. You can also use them if you are organizing a party and need some original decorations. To make these mason jars, you will need:

• glass jar;
• glow sticks;
• rubber gloves;
• a pair of scissors;
• a piece of tulle;

Cut a piece of tulle that is larger than the jar and put it inside. See all details in the link below..

 

 

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Making Glow Jars – thegoldjellybean.com

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10 Responses to “How To Make Colorful Glowing Mason Jar Lights”

  1. mary miller says:

    I liked several of the projects I’m going to keep up with this blog

  2. Ki Orndorff says:

    Tried it, doesn’t work. (At least not like the picture and not for very long)

    • jessi says:

      i tried this last nite…i didnt have any luck either…they didnt glow for very long..and it all just settled in the bottom…even with the tulle in it…so now im looking for some new ideas..gonna try glow in the dark paint

  3. sherri says:

    How long do these last . can you use the same jar over and over??

  4. Kitty says:

    Mine didn’t work very well either. Wasn’t sure if I used enough glow sticks. Gonna try it again with more this time.

  5. Neil says:

    Should use glow in the dark rocks, or glitter. Less toxic and lasts longer. Just set it in a bright spot during the day and it’ll glow again the next night.
    With glitter, fill the jar with water and shake it up.
    Fill with clear oil to keep the glitter suspended longer.
    For something more permanent do something like this: ehow.com/how_5994832_make-acrylic-paperweights.html

  6. Amy Haworth says:

    Tried it this weekend and it worked great. Used two sticks per jar. Got up around 4:00am and they were still glowing. Fun and easy!!

  7. DrChonga says:

    Awesome

  8. Grannie Cool says:

    Glow light products only glow from 4 to 12 hours depending on the product and the ambient air temperature.

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