Glass Jar Light inc Video

 Posted by at 08:00 am
Mar 142019
 

Glass Jar Lights
Including Video

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Decorating Glass Jar As A Light

At Christmas we had a couple of round glass jars with fruit in.  I thought that, because of their shape, they would make a couple of nice lamps.  Using a string of LED lights inside means that there is no need for any electrical work, and they look nice on a table or dotted around a room as mood lightling.  But, of course, I had to decorate them up a bit before putting in the LED lights, and I made a video of this crafting.

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Video

I made two slightly different versions.  Both of which I’m showing in today’s videos.

You can see the English version of the video – Here!

Gallwch weld y fideo yma yn Gymraeg – Yma!

Items Used
Finished Creations

First one (glitter over twine):

Unlit – in normally lit room –

Lit – in normally lit room –

The second one (glittered, then twine added)

Unlit – in normally lit room –

Lit – in normally lit room –

Which version do you prefer?  My mother and youngest nephew, totally separate from each other and without knowing what the other had said, both said that they prefered the second version.

Both jar lights were on the table by my side in the sitting room while I was working on my laptop, unlit, and what amazed me was how sparkly they were when in no natural light but just overhead room lighting.

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I have several bits of different crafting on the go at the moment, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.

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  7 Responses to “Glass Jar Light inc Video”

  1. Wow, these are fantastic Gwyneth, you are so creative, beautiful xx

  2. Hi Gwyneth they are stunning I love them . I can’t wait to see what else you are going to create. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  3. I love this idea. So creative.

  4. Like them both Gwyneth, & am going to look out for the little lights you put in – can I ask where you got them from please?xx

  5. Wonderful idea for recycling jars, love the frosted effect with the glitter.

    Sylv xx

  6. What a fab project! Love how these turned out, I bet they look beautiful irl

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