Anna Jordan
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Anyone can makes these out of Canning Jars and old wire coathangers.  OR you can buy them at Pottery Barn.  I like to make these and hang them from trees when entertaining outside.  I put a little sand or pebbles in the bottom of each jar to hold the candle in place.  You can also use colored glass marbles or sand with glitter added for a more "sparkly" outdoor party :)

Anyone can makes these out of Canning Jars and old wire coathangers. OR you can buy them at Pottery Barn. I like to make these and hang them from trees when entertaining outside. I put a little sand or pebbles in the bottom of each jar to hold the candle in place. You can also use colored glass marbles or sand with glitter added for a more "sparkly" outdoor party :)

Re use jars (i.e salsa, relish...etc) and tea lights...but I would fill jar with something...sand, epson salt, crushed shells....

Re use jars (i.e salsa, relish...etc) and tea lights...but I would fill jar with something...sand, epson salt, crushed shells....

A beautifully and simply set reception table shines warmly with vintage canning jars and white candles of varying sizes.

A beautifully and simply set reception table shines warmly with vintage canning jars and white candles of varying sizes.

Simple Outdoor Chandelier...Find any wire basket that will hold jars, glass votives, or even simple drinking glasses.  Fill them with sand or gravel and a votive.  Squeeze a small bunch of flowers in the center and place moss around the bottom of the glass containers.  Just make sure your flowers are high enough from the flames so you don’t start a fire!  Using small S hooks and chain, suspend the basket where ever you like…simply lovely.

Simple Outdoor Chandelier...Find any wire basket that will hold jars, glass votives, or even simple drinking glasses. Fill them with sand or gravel and a votive. Squeeze a small bunch of flowers in the center and place moss around the bottom of the glass containers. Just make sure your flowers are high enough from the flames so you don’t start a fire! Using small S hooks and chain, suspend the basket where ever you like…simply lovely.