It’s mason jar Sunday! Once a month a group of mason jar loving bloggers and I share a seasonal craft with you because, really, you can never have enough mason jar crafts right? This month I am sharing a frosted glass snowy mason jar winter luminary. This will work with my decor this Christmas and into winter as long as the cold weather choses to stick around. Take a look at how I made this winter luminary with pretty woodland silhouettes, then scroll all the way down to see the other Christmas mason jar projects.
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Two years ago I made these snowflake luminaries using a similar process. I made this snowy mason jar winter luminary using the same frosted glass spray paint but I chose to decorate the inside a bit more.
Here is what I used to create this winter luminary.
- Mason jar
- frosted glass spray paint
- Faux snow
- Black cardstock
- Battery tea light
I started by spraying a few light coats of frosted glass paint onto the mason jar. This has such a cool effect, as it dries the paint changes from clear to a soft frosty look. While the jar dried I designed and cut a few trees and a deer from black cardstock using my Silhouette. I made the stems of the trees long and thick so I could fold and anchor them to the bottom of the jar.
Using a paper circle and some tape, I bend the bottoms of the trees and taped them to the circle to create a woodland scene. Then I dropped the scene into the mason jar to create a winter luminary.
To give this winter luminary a snowy effect I added some faux snow from Dollar Tree and a battery powered tea light. The end result in a frosted glass mason jar that reveals a hint of trees with a deer standing among them. It’s a peaceful scene that works perfectly with my natural Christmas decor.
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If you love mason jar crafts you are going to love these projects!
Mason Jar Christmas Tree from Weekend Craft • Snow Covered Holiday Mason Jar from Daily DIY Life • Holiday Gift Card Holder from Happy Go Lucky • Christmas Mason Jar Centerpiece from Our Crafty Mom • Snowy Mason Jar Winter Luminary from Creative Ramblings • Mason Jar Gift Card Packaging Idea from Michelle James Designs
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