Frankenstein Mason Jar Lumminary!

Happy Thursday Everyone,

The cool air and nice breezes have finally come to southern Georgia! Makes me think of cook-outs with the family, enjoying a good cup of java on the porch, and my favorite time of the year....Halloween! Our family goes all out on decorations and we have so much fun. But, the last week I have been battling an early head cold! I usually don't get these until further in the season, but, alas, it is here. So, I have been inside, taking meds, and going crazy because, other than just opening my front door, I haven't been able to enjoy this awesome weather.

To keep from going crazy, I have been working on easy crafts to keep me occupied. I have tons of jars....Mason and all other types. I have been wanting to make a Frankenstein jar, and finally did it:

 I had this old jar that I had tried to color with Mod Podge and food color years ago, but didn't like the way it turned out, so, I had put it up for a later day. Since, I was sick, and realized I had no Mod Podge or glue, I used a small amount of green and white paint, watered down, and lightly painted the inside. I painted the lid black.....painted a face, and let dry over night. 

Placing a small battery powered tea light inside, and, wow, cute, isn't it!

Blessings, Deborah


  1. How cute!! Love the face!

    Pinning it!
    Thanks for sharing ;)

  2. so scary!! love the frankenstein mason jar lumminary! I have a couple jars I did the modge podge on that I am not excited about, maybe I can transform them too!!

    1. Thanks and yes, I bet they would be very easy to do something with!

  3. That is so cool! My boys would love this!

    1. My grand daughter who is 3 has already asked me to give it to her!

  4. Super fun!!! Love a good mason jar project. :) Thank you for linking up at Snickerdoodle Sunday!!

    Sarah (Sadie Seasongoods)


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