Christmas DIY: Jars for Christmas lights

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Christmas light jars make the perfect ornament around the house and add an extra Christmas feel! Perfect for placing around your home and having in children’s rooms. This guide will show you how to achieve these easy and fun jars to make yourself!

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You Will Need:

Different Size Jars

Blue Spray Paint

Transparent Printable Vinyl

Step 1

Spray paint the outside of the jars. Make sure to go for a slightly more high quality spray paint in order to receive full coverage. Please Note: In order for the light to come through make sure to spray a thin layer of spray paint and once dry pop a light inside to see how well the light comes through. For this project you want to enable that the light can still be seen through the blue as this is the main point of the jar lanterns.

Step 2

Print some printable designs on to vinyl and adhere them to the outside of the jars.

Step 3

Now its time to put your LED candles inside the jars and add illumination to the room! Enjoy!

*PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT PUT CANDLES IN OUR PVC JARS AS IT WILL MELT THE JARS, USE LED CANDLES ONLY*

Fancy a 5% discount? Send us a picture of your DIY Jars for decoration and we will feature you on our Facebook, Twitter AND our Blog! We love to see our customer’s DIY work inspired by our #weeklyblogs!

To receive your 5% discount code, email – info@apcpure.com with an image of your DIY Jars for decoration!

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