Mason Jar Terrariums
Terrariums can cost you up to $160, but this solution costs only a few dollars and is perfect for a centerpiece or mantel:
1. Take your Mason jar and put rocks in the bottom of it. 2. Add charcoal (this prevents bacteria). 3. Add a layer of soil (potting soil is recommended, as it’s bug free). 4. Add succulents (plants that need very little water). 5. Add sand. If you don’t want to purchase sand, you can take beach sand, but just bake it at 350 degrees for 20 minutes to kill and sand fleas.
Mason Jar Luminaries
These candles are a fantastic way to brighten up a picnic or outdoor event:
1. Take about four feet of wire and make a twist or loop at one end. 2. Wrap the wire around the lower lip of the jar 3. With the end of the non looped end…
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