IMG_8032Hi there friends. It’s Friday and I’m running around, trying to get ready for Memorial Day weekend, but I wanted to pop in and say hi. How are you? Have any fun plans for the weekend? Well in case you’re looking for a craft or are hosting a BBQ this weekend, I thought I’d share a project from the archives of my other blog, that still is as relevant and pretty back then as it is today. The actual tutorial itself is fairly simple and you might have seen it already around the web, but if not, you can see how I made the exact same luminaries for Halloween, by following this tutorial. But the thing I’ve always loved about these patriotic ones is how simple and pretty they look when glowing on a Summer night at dusk. Have a happy Memorial Day everyone. See you back on Monday (or Tuesday if I’m enjoying myself too much)!

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Caroline @ The Home Depot

Hi Andrea,

What a clever idea for DIY luminaries! I would love to pin this to the Home Depot’s Red, White, and Blue Pinterest board if you don’t mind.

Cheers,
Caroline
Senior Editor, homedepot.com

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Are the candles you show battery operated or regular lit candles? I have never used Mod Podge before and don’t know if is safe to light real candles inside them?

Thanks! They are so good looking!

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Patsy

These patriot jars are really cute. So I found you to get directions to make for the 4th.

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Top 10 Patriotic Projects for Kids ⋆ Steal Mag

[…] Get your yard set for fireworks with these simple luminaries. Each child can have a jar, glue and pre-cut squares of red, white and blue tissue paper. Just set them gluing and then line your walkways and deck with beautiful glowing patriotic luminaries. (via For The Love Of) […]

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