These easy Mason Jar Solar Lights are one of our favorite accents around the Ranch yard. They light up the Texas night with a soft romantic glow.
I love yard lights twinkling in the summer night illuminating soft romantic areas around the yard. And one of my favorite things to do in the evenings is sitting outside and enjoying the cool night breeze and watching and listening to nature. I have several tables set around the Ranch yard where we can sit and have coffee or a beverage and just enjoy the end of the day and I needed a light on these tables.
I wanted a soft light that I wouldn’t have to light but was heavy enough not to blow away during our spring winds. I hadn’t been able to solve this until one of my little lights down at the front gates was destroyed by falling debris during a windstorm.
I remembered that my sweet friend down the road (ok 8 miles down the road) had made the cutest little mason jar lights from the tops of her solar lights when the bases were damaged. I saved the top of the light and gathered several other supplies.
What you need for Solar Mason Jar Lights:
How to Make Solar Lights from a Mason Jar:
See how gorgeous these lights are with the gems reflecting the light. They are sitting around on tables and on the BBQ Pit around the Ranch yard. I just love them and the price was even better.
We also made these super easy DIY Mason Jar Bird Feeders.
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