Introduction: DIY LED Flower Night Light

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This DIY Flower Night Light is a great craft for spring! It has super pretty flowers and makes a super cute room decoration. It would also make an awesome Mother’s Day gift for your Mommy! This DIY Night Light is super easy to make and reuses a Bath & Body Works candle jar!

Watch the video above to learn how to make it!

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Or keep on reading for the step-by-step tutorial!

Step 1: Materials

You will need:

  • Empty Bath & Body Works Candle Jar & Lid
    • We had a frosted one, but you can spray any clear jar with some frosting paint.
      • To get the rest of the candle wax out, freeze it for an hour and use a butter knife to make a crack in the wax. Pry it out and the rest should come out super easily. Wash the jar in some hot water to get everything else off. You might need some Goo Gone to help get the label off as well.
  • Fake Flowers
    • Pull the flowers and leaves off as well as any other decorative pieces, off of the stem.
  • Glue Gun
  • Battery powered fairy lights/micro LED string lights.

Step 2: Make It Pretty!

Glue the leaves onto the lid, make sure the leaves extend a little bit off of the lid, but not too much that it covers the jar.

Then glue the flowers on top of the leaves, and then glue any decorations you’d like. I had a pretty butterfly that I wanted to put on there.

Step 3: Light It Up!

Put the fairy lights inside the jar and you’re done!

Step 4: Yay! Decorate or Gift!

Set it on your nightstand and decorate your room or give it to your Mommy on Mother’s Day!

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