Pinterest Party: Beach Mason Jar
Learn how to make these beach-themed mason jars after the jump...
Broken seashells or faux rock vase filler
Work in sections. After applying a generous amount of modge podge to one side of the jar, sprinkle or place the broken seashells on that section. Let that section dry face up for 20 minutes before you start working on the next section. The pint-sized jars work well because there is less surface to cover. Don't worry if there are some gaps here or there. The gaps let the light out. Once it is completely covered and dry, tie the twine in a bow around the mouth of the jar. Place your tea light in the jar and enjoy!