Mason jars and lace…the perfect shabby chic wedding combination! This project was ridiculously quick and looked really pretty on the reception tables.
For each luminary you will need:
- One pint size Mason jar
- Lace trim (about 1 ft- measure around your jar to be sure)
- Spray adhesive that dries clear
- Newspaper- use a new sheet for each jar
- 2 Ft Ribbon
- One flameless candle
Start by measuring around your jar and cutting lace to the correct length. Let the lace overlap about a half inch.
We went outside for the gluing part. Lay down newspaper to protect your working surface. Be sure to use a new sheet of paper for each jar.
Lay down lace wrong side up. Spray glue, being sure to cover the entire surface. Then lay down jar and roll slowly to adhere without bubbles.
Let dry then tie ribbon around the rim. You will need 2 ft of ribbon per jar. Use a flameless candle in the bottom of each jar.
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Beautiful! My mom is getting remarried and this would be perfect for her outdoor reception! I hope you’ll stop by and link up: http://www.serendipityandspice.com/2012/03/manic-monday-linky-party-9.html
Wow, these are beautiful!
Thanks! It’s always nice to take on a project that is soooo easy but looks really pretty complete.
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Just gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!