Saturday, 17 September 2016

Halloween Light Jars #Bostik Challenge

In my previous post I wrote about creating some Halloween place mats that my niece Little M and I created for her Halloween Party.

We also made some Halloween light jars to light up the room and give the party a spooky Halloween feel.


Making these Halloween Light jars are so easy and they really look very effective.The jars can be painted in any neon colour and they look super with battery powered T lights in them to light them up. The activity is fairly simple to do with children but supervision will be required. The painting part is the messy bit and I strongly advise that you cover your work space with lots of news paper and get your little ones to put on an apron or pinny.

For the Halloween light jars you will need:

Glass Jars
Acrylic Neon paint colour of your choice
Halloween themed ribbon to fit neck of glass jar.
Bostik glue
Black marker pen and pencil
Scissors
Paint pot
Paint Brush
Battery powered T light


To see how to create these awesome Halloween Light Jars  watch the video below:






Being part of the Bostik 2016 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.

25 comments:

  1. That's such a great idea! I didn't really celebrate Halloween last year, but I think I want to put up some decoration this year. Will make this, looks so easy and fun!

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  2. These look so amazing and also so easy and quick to make without needing a load of things! I am definitely going to make some with my niece - she will love them!
    Laura x
    fbl-savvy.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. They look so pretty and perfect for the season.

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  4. These look elegant - yet simple and easy to make - thanks for the instructions!

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  5. These look really good and so easy to make what a great idea x

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  6. OOh wow these look just so good, what a fab idea!

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  7. Oh wow these look awesome and so simple. I should do something like that for Halloween. xx

    www.annanuttall.com

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  8. This is a fab idea for Halloween. Looks amazing.

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  9. I love halloween styled things and have them in my flat all year round. These look so good x

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  10. What a brilliant idea my girls would love to do this as well. Better get some jars in.

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  11. Wow these look lovely - sending this link over to my Halloween mad friend!

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  12. These lights are so cool, we love celebrating Halloween here:-)

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  13. ooo this is a great alternative to carving pumpkins!

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  14. I like the look of these to decorate the front garden at Halloween.

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  15. I am not in to decoration but this looks cute, maybe will try this Halloween.

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  16. These are such great ideas and so festive - love it x

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  17. You know I was thinking about making some halloween craft this year and your post is going to be handy. Great tips and ideas. Thanks!

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  18. That looks brilliant - I might make some for our windowsill x

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  19. Great idea for Halloween! I can't believe it's next month already! :)
    http://lilinhaangel.com/

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  20. This is such a great craft, ideal for making with kids and will be perfect decorations for halloween parties!

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  21. These look so good, I can imagine the possibilities for each season are endless too!

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  22. I love DIY! Will need this guide soon! :) Pretty cool for a decoration.

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  23. Omg these halloween jars are so freakin cute! xx

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  24. These look so fun to make and are super cute! My mums adores Halloween so I'm gonna ask her if she fancies giving them a try. :) x

    Ashton | beautybooksandbabble.co.uk

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  25. I really like your Halloween crafts. Have you got any Halloween recipes planned? :)

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