Our Japanese Maple is in full regalia, and fanning her gorgeous feathers for Spring. Around her are
bright pink Azaleas, and various mid to late spring flowers beginning to push through to the surface.
I was cleaning out a few bins of trim & craft supplies recently and came across a yard or so of a couple
different types of lace. Like most craft supply hoarders, I cannot remember why or where I found them,
and since they are flat and wide, I’m not sure where I would use them.
I began looking at my jars and decided to experiment with a little Mod Podge and lace around a few different
sized jars headed for recycling.
Here is what I used to make these oh so pretty lanterns for my front yard:
- Variety of clean, dry jars
- Flat lace with no stretch to it
- Mod Podge & a small foam brush
- Thin crafting wire & needle nosed pliers
- Waxed paper
I usually use my battery operated votive candles since I have curious little ones. They look so pretty
in the tree during the day, I can’t wait to see what they look like when they are glowing in the evening!
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