Fairy jars look beautiful and can be made with nominal supplies. You can make them into nightlights and fantasize about fairies watching over you as you sleep. Little ones would love to whisper their hopes and dreams to the fairies before they sleep at night. And wouldn’t you love the idea of pretty fairies captured in jars?
Mason jars can be transformed into lush, glowing fairy jars by following the instructions of the tutorial linked above. The frolicking silhouettes of the fairies look beautiful. You can put candles or tea lights inside them. Cutouts of fairies are glued to the glass jars. The project is done without tissue paper. Little ones would love the idea of jars full of fairies.
If you want a green fairy jar, you can try out this DIY that has fern and moss wrapped around the fairy jar. The burlap string tied around the neck of the jar lends it a rustic charm.
You can decorate this fairy jar with glitter if you so wish. Kids would love to have their own fairy lanterns by their bedside at night.
This jar is made to resemble a winter wonderland by lining it with a thin translucent cloth with tiny dots painted on it. When a small light bulb illuminates the jar, the silhouette of a curious little fairy is visible.
You can choose a mason jar, jam jar or a transparent plastic jar for this craft. The fairy silhouette can capture the tiny fairy in any elegant posture of your choice.
If you have the child in you still alive who believes in all things magical and fairies caught in jars, then this fairy in a jar night light will surely get your back. Unleash your passion for craft by making these fab fairy shadow lanterns from mason jars.
Black flying fairy silhouette stickers having pink tissue paper as the backdrop, all confined to a glass jar spells mystique charm. The light shining inside gives it a dreamy look.
If you know how to paint mason jars, you can create amazing painted fairy jars. They look exotic and would make a great gift. It would be a great idea to make many fairies in a jar. You can use stencils for your craft.
The fairies in a jar project looks enthralling and doesn’t need a lot of work. The fact that it is pocket-friendly yet adorns your mantle gracefully makes it worth a try. The best part? The mystic aura of the fairy trapped in a jar has the power to transport you to fantasyland. Who doesn’t want to nurture the child in oneself?
Published on December 24th 2019 by Peyton Derrida