Make the perfect mason jar light for your space with one of these easy and creative DIY mason jar lights!
Mason jars are among the V.I.P.’s of upcycled crafts because they are so versatile!
You can make so many things with them from cute vases to frugal storage and even lighting ideas.
If you love mason jar crafts it’s time to try one of these brilliant DIY mason jar lights.
From solar lights to LEDs, oil lamps, and even tiki torches, check out the DIY mason jar light ideas below.
You can make some cute mason jar outdoor lights, a delicate centerpiece or some fun night lights for your kids!
30 Best Mason Jar Lights to Make Yourself
Making your own light fixtures using mason jars is a great way to save some bucks and they look amazing!
These map mason jar lanterns have a lovely rustic vibe and you’ll have lots of fun making this easy Mod Podge craft.
Thrift store upcycles such as this one can make gorgeous décor items for your home with minimal supplies needed.
I love the way these rustic mason jar lanterns are decorated with flowers. They will certainly make any room feel more welcoming!
If you don’t feel like going for a more complex DIY, this quick table lamp craft will surely entertain you if you love rustic décor.
Here’s a fun DIY outdoor project that’s basically free and will surely add charm to your backyard or patio.
It’s nice this simple mason jar lamp can be customized by inserting various items instead of seashells such as pebbles, colored glass, wine corks, and even toys if it’s a project for the kids.
I could totally see this brilliant mason jar light hanging over my kitchen table!
A gorgeous fairy lantern such as this one would be perfect for decorating your little girl’s room or nursery.
Here is a beautiful mason jar night light idea you can easily make using your favorite spray paint color combination.
Learn how to apply a mercury glass effect on a mason jar and turn it into a rustic wooden lantern by following this tutorial.
This craft could definitely work with bigger mason jars but the small ones look lovely especially when grouped together.
An outdated chandelier and some spare mason jars can turn into a unique lighting idea that can transform any room.
If you are planning to host an outdoor wedding, birthday party, or another event, these delicate mason jar lanterns would make the perfect décor.
Having great lighting on your porch or patio is a must and if you’ve been searching for a budget-friendly option these mason jar solar lanterns make a great choice!
These cute tiki torches will provide a nice ambiance to your outdoor space and as a bonus, they also deter mosquitoes.
Using a jar pendant light kit you can transform any old mason jar into a rustic pendant light within minutes!
You will need 11 jars to make this cute monogram light but it looks fantastic so it would be a nice project to tackle when you’re feeling adventurous.
Who says you can’t make fancy décor using mason jars? This stunning chandelier offers a mix of cottage and romantic farmhouse styles that will certainly draw attention.
This easy transformation would work with whatever jars you have and makes beautiful centerpieces that can be customized for almost any occasion!
A brilliant idea that can make a space more festive and keep the party going with a superb atmosphere.
Here’s a budget-friendly alternative to candles that is super easy to craft and you can always give it a seasonal or another custom look.
Fairies and unicorns, oh my! What kid wouldn’t love an awesome night light such as this mason jar craft?
Give your front porch a bit of curb-appeal with these rustic mason jar wall lanterns. I am sure you will have fun distressing the wood using the technique described in the tutorial.
Firefly mason jar lights look amazing in their simplicity although you can easily personalize them with flowers, fruit, herbs and other decorative items.
Grab your trusty hot glue gun to make these whimsical mason jar luminaries that can be used indoor and outdoor.
Do you need a new light fixture in your bathroom? This mason jar light fixture looks like a designer item but it costs under $20 to make it.
This classy urban-themed mason jar lamp was inspired by Amsterdam and it’s gorgeous when lit!
If you have a large mason or pickle jar and some old jeans laying around you can make this amazing upcycled table lamp.
I love this idea and also the tutorial on how to antique zinc. That can be used for so many other projects!
Some pretty creative ideas, huh? I love all the ways mason jars can be used!