These festive Fall Mason Jar Luminaries are so much fun to make, super easy and totally affordable. Use them as fantastic table centerpieces, to add to your fall decor or as indoor/outdoor lanterns.
All you need for this project can be purchased for less than $6 total! Simply pick up some Mod Podge, silk leaves, mason jars (pint or quart sized), tea lights and some twine/raffia/ribbon to finish the look! I was able to find all of these items at the Dollar Tree. You can also find all of these supplies at pretty much any local craft store.
Ribbon, raffia or ribbon
Flameless Tea Lights
1/ Paint a section of Mod Podge onto the jar. Place a leaf onto the jar. Once you have it where you would like it, paint a thicker coat of Mod Podge over it, to secure it.
2. Repeat this process until you have leaves adhered completely around the jar.
3. Allow to dry for 2 – 4 hours. When dry, finish the look with ribbon, raffia or twine around the top of the jar.
4. Add a flameless tea light and you’ll have a gorgeous fall decoration!
The jars are adorable unlit but honestly they really take on a whole new look once they are lit and the light can shine through the leaves and gaps on the jar.