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Frosted Pinecone Mason Jar Lights

By: Amanda Formaro from craftsbyamanda.com
Frosted Pinecone Mason Jar Lights
Frosted Pinecone Mason Jar Lights
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These DIY wedding centerpieces are the perfect way to light up the night as you and your spouse celebrate becoming one. Embrace the beauty of the cold months with DIY table crafts that sparkle and shine, spreading warmth throughout the reception. These darling winter wedding decor ideas can emerge every winter to romance your mantel and remind you of the best day of your life. The best part about these DIY mason jar candles is that they are extremely simple and inexpensive to make. So make as many as you want to turn your DIY wedding into a frosted fantasy.

Time to complete: In an evening

Easy

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Occasion/Theme: Winter

Notes

Who doesn't love crafting with Mason jars? Here are 21 More Mason Jar Crafts to make for your winter wedding!

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I really love the elegant simplicity of these mason jars. I have so many pinecones kicking around my backyard, so I know I could make these for very little money. I'd love to add a little bit of glitter for that snowy sparkle. These would be great for a winter wedding or just for holiday home decor. I bet that they would sell really well at a Christmas craft sale too!

What a crafty way to make a winter candle that will fit right into holiday decor, but go far into winter too. Such an easy way to create a shiny candle. Have you made any in colors, or have you always used the white? I could see adding some glitter to the pinecones maybe to give it a sparkly touch for Christmas or New Years Eve.

I love how pretty and cost-effective these centerpieces are. The frosted pine cones are so rustic and romantic.

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