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DIY Fabric Styled Solar Jar Lantern | Awesome Patio Lights DIY Fabric Styled Solar Jar Lantern | Awesome Patio Lights

These particular photos are products for sale over at Used and Abused, a storefront on Etsy. They are being sold for $50. I'm going to show you how to easily make your own, for around five bucks. The same rules apply from our Solar...

DIY Moroccan Mason Jar Lantern DIY Moroccan Mason Jar Lantern

These Moroccan-inspired lanterns are easy, and don't take as long to make as you might think. [ad boxleft] You don't have to be an artist or have any kind of special drawing abilities whatsoever in order to make your very own set of these stylish...

Mason Jar Lantern Mason Jar Lantern

You will love these easy breezy mason jar lanterns. You can hang them inside or out, you can use them any time of year. Best of all, they're super cheap to make! I got an entire box of antique mason jars at a yard sale for $1. You can also get them...

Solar Powered Mason Jar Lantern for Under Five Bucks Solar Powered Mason Jar Lantern for Under Five Bucks

This is a very easy and inexpensive project. You can find solar powered lights for your yard at about any hardware store, as well as Walmart in the gardening center. The ones made of plastic instead of metal are going to be anywhere from $4 to $7 dollars...

Vintage Rope Design Mason Jar Light Craft Vintage Rope Design Mason Jar Light Craft

If you have no experience with wiring lights, it really is a simple thing to do. In fact, you take a regular old extention cord, snip off the "extender" / the end that doesn't plug into the wall and you are left with two wires. Separate the wires (insulated...

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