{diy Wedding Ideas) Glowing Jar Project


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 Glow Jar Wedding Project

I thought this was a super cool idea. I would use these to line a walk-way or steps for an outdoor wedding when it get’s dark.  It’s been stated on other blogs that if there is other light they will not glow.  So this project is best used in dark areas.  Will glow for 6-9 hours after 2-3 hours of charging.   Hang them from the trees! No candles needed.  Here is the full tutorial.

Materials Needed:

  • Mason jar
  • Glowing paint (get it from here or here or in EU, here
  • Paintbrush
  • Some water

Photography & Project:  frompankawithlove.wordpress.com

Kym
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6 Comments

Paula
January 31, 2014

We are lining our walkway with these.

Jonanne
January 31, 2014

We did this last night - it really works!

Natalie
February 21, 2014

No this is super COOL!

Amindele
October 9, 2014

Need to do this- awesome!
Hmm... maybe this could be done with glass ornaments, which could be hung up.

Magen
October 15, 2014

How long would this last?

Kym {DIY Weddings® Mag}
October 23, 2014

I have heard that it will last up to 8 hours.

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