Mason Jar Leaf Lamp

Impact 8-26With fall in the air and the gorgeous trees changing colors, what better time to create a quick craft using leaves for a fall decoration. This month my 12-year-old daughter, Emma Grace, took it upon herself to takeover my DIY craft and I have to say I donユt think I could have done this craft any better. The finished product will look great in any room of the house and will create an attractive, warm glow. This DIY craft requires a few supplies that can be found at most dollar stores or craft stores. Supplies: A crafty 12-year-old! Mason jar Fake fall leaves – (our leaves purchased from the dollar store) Scissors Light bulb with cord to plug Hot glue gun Hot glue sticks Raffia Directions: Step 1 — Take the hot glue gun and apply glue to the tops of the leaves and place inside the mason jar. Step 2 — When the inside of the mason jar is covered with leaves, snip the top where the leaves may be poking out of the jar. Step 3 — Tie a piece of raffia around the jar. Step 4 — Place the bulb in the jar. Step 5 — Display and receive lots of oohs and ahs.

Jennifer Hodges

Jennifer Hodges is a Southern belle at heart, however, she does bleed green. A native of North Carolina, she has lived in Michigan since 1998. When not crafting, Jennifer is the Media Director at M3 Group. She loves spending time with her family, camping and singing lots of karaoke.

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