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DIY Mason Jar Tea Light Holder

By: Roberta Birnbaum for cheapeatsthriftycrafts.com
Updated October 11, 2018
DIY Mason Jar Tea Light Holder

Summer is here and with that comes potlucks, cookouts, and parties in the backyard.  You might have your food menu ready, but creating ambiance is next.  The DIY Mason Jar Tea Light Holder will look beautiful sitting on the deck or your tables, and as an added bonus, they can hold mosquito repellant candles to ensure that your party goes smoothly. These simple craft instructions detail how to make candle holders, and you can customize them to fit your needs and tastes.  Your friends will love them and wonder where you got your mason jar centerpiece.

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What a great idea using wire to hold the candle in place. My daughters made this as Christmas gifts for their school teachers. They painted festive scenes on the jars and then I just popped tealights in, but using a wire holder would make the candles more secure and much easier to light.

This would look so cute in my apartment windowsill!

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