When the days become longer and warmer, it’s time to consider revamping your backyard living areas for spring and summer. One of the best ways to make your yard more inviting is to add lighting so that you can eat and relaxwith family and friends long after sunset.
What’s great about this outdoor lighting idea is that it doesn’t require a power supply. It makes a perfect lighting project for those who don’t have the option of installing a fixture.
All you basically need is timber wide enough to cut holes as big as your mason jar lids. If you don’t have timber, or if this certain glass chandelier is not your style, there are many other versions to inspire you!
Get these ideas by viewing our album below and don’t forget to tell us which you like the most! 🙂
Want to learn how the featured glass chandelier was built? You can head over to the article linked below 🙂
You’ll need these materials:
- Glass Jars/ Mason Jars
- Small Pebbles/Sand (optional)
- Votive Candles
- Timber Board
And these tools:
- Drill with Holesaw
Click on any image to start lightbox display.Use your Esc key to close the lightbox. You can also view the images as a slideshow if you prefer 😎