Lace and Twine Luminaries

Add a little country charm to your home with these gorgeous Mason jar crafts. Lace and Twine Luminaries are stunning DIY lanterns for kids to make, and they look great in any part of your home. The best thing about these Lace and Twine Luminaries is that there is no mess involved, so you won't have to worry about cleaning up once you’re done! While this brilliant Mason jar idea is perfect for teens, younger children can easily handle this tutorial, and they will be proud to display their hard work around the house.

Lace and Twine Luminaries


  • Glass jar
  • Crochet lace ribbon
  • Twine
  • Glue dots


  1. Place a glue dot on the bottom of the jar.

    Lace and Twine Luminaries
  2. Press the end of the lace ribbon on the glue dot and wrap the lace around the jar as many times as you like. The pattern does not need to be perfect; wrap upwards and downwards, criss-crossing as you go. Attach the end with another glue dot.

    Lace and Twine Luminaries
  3. Hold the end of the twine against the jar with your thumb and begin wrapping around the lace. Wrap randomly, up and down and around until you are happy with it. Trim and tie in a knot or a bow.

    Lace and Twine Luminaries
  4. Use your fingers to scrunch the material together, pushing both the top and bottom toward the center of the jar. You can use additional glue dots to hold stray pieces in place if needed.

    Lace and Twine Luminaries

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