Moon Over Mason Jar Light


Moon Over Mason Jar Light


Moon Over Mason Jar Light
Moon Over Mason Jar Light

Just when you thought you'd seen all the brilliant Mason jar crafts out there, there's the Moon Over Mason Jar Light! This spectacular craft combines several mason jars into one stunning DIY chandelier and teaches you how to make a lantern. This outdoor craft idea will make you a master of the Mason jar universe in no time. You can feel fancy when you hang this outdoor lighting idea on the porch or in the gazebo under a full summer moon. Feel the warm glow of knowing you did something good for the earth by creating this recycled craft. We guarantee that you'll love looking forward to reusing this light every summer.


Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


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What a quaint idea. Living in a small apartment and not any outside space, I think this would be a great addition to the small entry way that I have. This is just a way to spread a little light into a small dark space and not be overpowering. All I need to complete this project is the hanging wire and ribbons.

I am not sure what my fascination with mason jars are but I pick them up where ever I see them on sale. I use them for practically everything. For the ones I actually purchased brand new, I will use to make preserves but those that I am not sure if they are "study" I use them to store things like food items to craft supplies. As to date, I have not really used them as decor but I really like this idea. Thanks

This is why I keep buying mason jars because I know someone out there is going to blow my mind. I love the look of fairy lights in summer and if they're solar lights then you get to save some electricity bills.

I definitely have to make these light jars for my patio. I like the look of twinkly lights throughout the year, and who doesn't like mason jars?! I might use the lovely turquoise jars to get a pretty beachy effect. I just have to figure out where to plug the lights in. Maybe I can think of a way to use solar outside lights.

I really like these mason jar lights. The warm glow is perfect for cool summer nights sitting outside in your backyard.

This is so gorgeous! I would LOVE to have a set for my backyard, and they look simple enough to make. Thanks for sharing!


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