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Fallen Leaf Lanterns

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Updated October 13, 2016
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Fallen Leaf Lanterns
Fallen Leaf Lanterns
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Transform old jars into gorgeous Fallen Leaf Lanterns. Mason jar crafts are popular for a reason, and that is because recycled craft projects are inexpensive and just plain adorable. Mason jars make the perfect base for a night light, backyard lantern, or hallway luminary, and this stunning autumn project is no exception. Fall crafts for kids are great ways to get the little ones outside and enjoying nature. Pick out your favorite yellow, red, and orange leaves to turn the perfect leaf crafts into luminescent lanterns. You are sure to adore these pieces of DIY home decor for years to come.

Materials: Nature Crafts

Age Group: Elementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Time to complete: In an evening


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How do you do the Fallen Leaf Lanterns? Can you use tea light candles or are you using battery operating candles? What adhesive are you using to place leaves on jars?

Hi there! If you click where it says "Click here for the fall crafts for kids" you'll find a blog post detailing how to make the lanterns. I don't believe the post specifies if the lights are candles or battery operated; however, I think both would work beautifully. The adhesive seems to be Mod Podge to put the leaves on the jars. Thanks for commenting!

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