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DIY Mason Jar Oil Lamp Lantern Craft Tutorial for Indoors or Outdoors

All you need is:  Mason Jar Lamp Oil from Walmart or the Hardware Store A drill to make a hole in the lid Lamp wick with glass sleeve (Michaels, Hobby Lobby or online at the oillampman.com)  First, you are going to remove your lid. Take an old piece of scrap wood and place your lid on top of it. Now drill a hole in the center of your lid. Insert the glass wick. If your wick doesn't fit you may need to widen the hole a bit, I used a large nail.  Now fill your jar with whatever lovely items…

All you need is: Mason Jar Lamp Oil from Walmart or the Hardware Store A drill to make a hole in the lid Lamp wick with glass sleeve (Michaels, Hobby Lobby or online at the oillampman.com) First, you are going to remove your lid. Take an old piece of scrap wood and place your lid on top of it. Now drill a hole in the center of your lid. Insert the glass wick. If your wick doesn't fit you may need to widen the hole a bit, I used a large nail. Now fill your jar with whatever lovely items…

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Would be cute to pair this with candles (in mason jars or not) as a gift!   100 Clever Ways to Repurpose Mason Jars via Brit + Co.

100 Clever Ways to Repurpose Mason Jars

Would be cute to pair this with candles (in mason jars or not) as a gift! 100 Clever Ways to Repurpose Mason Jars via Brit + Co.

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