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10 Ways to Use Mason Jars This Halloween

String Light Jar
It’s hard to be spooked out by a skeleton when it’s got a cute little bow on its head!
Get the tutorial at Yesterday on Tuesday.
Ghost Lantern
Boo! This ghost Mason jar ghost lantern is adorably easy.
Get the tutorial at Simply Kierste.
Fizzy Pumpkin Party Drinks
Use orange juice, lemon-lime soda, pineapple juice, and orange sherbet to create a fizzy drink that kids will love.
Get the recipe at The House of Smiths.
Halloween Mason Jar Luminaries
Black lace transforms plain Mason jars into an eerily lit pathway to your home.
Get the tutorial at Just a Girl and Her Blog.
Mini Cakes
The hardest part of this recipe? Trying to figure out which cute character is your favorite.
Get the recipe at Life Made Simple.
Cupcakes in a Jar
The only thing we love more than this idea for orange-and-black cupcakes is the spider web trivet they’re sitting on.
Get the recipe at Glorious Treats.
Candy Corn Cheesecake Mousse
Turn the classic Halloween candy into a rich treat by making Candy Corn Cheesecake Mousse. The guests at your Halloween bash won’t know what hit ’em when you bring these out.
Get the recipe at Glorious Treats.
Graveyard Cakes
Frosted Milano’s, sprinkles, and gummy worms help create a dessert that’s equal parts spooky and delicious.
Get the recipe at Noble Pig.
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Frosted Luminaries
A perfect way to light the path to your front door on Halloween night, these frosted luminaries can be made with alphabet stickers and glitter blast spray paint.
Get the tutorial at Classy Clutter.

from Blogger http://day-diy.blogspot.com/2016/09/10-ways-to-use-mason-jars-this-halloween.html

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