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I love a good mason jar craft. Seriously. My cabinets and storage areas are full with a plethora of mason jars that get used between crafts and canning and storage and; I just really love mason jars. I also happen to have an affinity for all things fairy. That’s why I am absolutely in love with this fairy light! It’s the perfect addition to any fairy garden.
These mason jar fairy lanterns make a great mason jar centerpiece for your patio furniture or as additions to your outside decor. They look amazing when used to line a walkway from your street or driveway to your front porch. No matter where you put them, you’re going to want to make make more than one of this mason jar fairy light.
Fairy Light Mason Jar Craft
When you make this fairy light, you can customize it as you see fit. For ours, we simply use green moss. However, you can also use succulents or even a little fairy figurine. It’s your mason jar craft so feel free to get creative!
You Will Need: Each supply list makes 1 fairy light.
- Mason Jar
- Green deco moss, artificial flowers, fairy figures or artificial succulents of your choice
- Birch Discs
- Silver LED Lighted Lid Insert
- Wire Mason Jar Handles
- Ribbon in the color of your choice
- AA batteries per the instructions on your LED light
When you’re choosing your the jar for your fairy light, you can use either a pint mason jar or a quart mason jar. We chose pint jars for the ease of showing you in photos. Once you’ve got your jars, add a puff of green moss to the bottom of the jar.
On top of the moss, add a stack of birch discs. Top the birch with more moss or flowers. Continue to do this to the top of your jar making sure to alternate what you’re adding for a good variety.
Once the jar is full, attach the wire mason jar handles to your fairy light. They should simply sit over the mouth of your jar.
Now, add the batteries to your LED lighted lid insert and attach it to your jar per the instructions on the package.
Attach the ribbon around the mouth of your fairy light. You can use a hot glue gun to attach it or you can simply tie it on. If you glue it on, be sure to glue it in a way that won’t keep you from changing the batteries in your fairy light. Ours is simply tied on.
Turn your fairy light on and enjoy your new mason jar lantern!