Jar Lamp of Santa's Fire

Introduction: Jar Lamp of Santa's Fire

[Jar Lamp of Santa's Fire] 's material

Supplies

i. Butter candle/ candle

ii. Small white pebbles iii. Jar / Glass Bottle

Step 1: Step 1: Decorate Your Jar!!!

Firstly, use washi tape to tape around the glass as a jar's "fence", then use red permanent markers to create red polka dots above. Secondly, add some stickers on it. Here I use a tree sticker to create it was inside, and a smiley kissing face as a heart warming decoration. Then, I'll write some words, like "Santa Claus" beside the kissing face sticker, and a "CHRIST-MAS" on the front of the jar.

Step 2: Step 2: Add the Snowy Pebbles!!!

Of course, Christmas is a winter celebration, winter will have snow, and here the small pebbles!

Step 3: Step 3: Our Fire!!!

Add our main character, Santa's Fire burner(butter candle)!! Put it carefully inside first, don't handle it to make it inside, it's dangerous because you may burn yourself in an accident oops :/

Step 4: Step 4: Lit the Fire Up!!!

And now finally, lit it up. And also here's how I did: Well, just use long stem lighter 😂

Step 5: Step 5: Enjoy Your Silent Night..... Zzzz....

Put it beside your bed, like bedside or the table beside your bed. The heartwarming Christmas red polka dots will refract and sparkle your entire bedroom....

Step 6: REMINDER 1!!!

Just in case if you want to be more safer, you don't want to keep it open but close, you can put a cap on it. Mind that your cap has a hole on it so the fire won't extinguished bc of the jar ran out of oxygen for the fire to continue burning.

Step 7: Silent Night... Zzz.....

Enjoy this image.....

Step 8: Side View

Side view of the jar if you wanted to see the word "Santa Claus" properly badly.

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    Elliotte Designs
    Elliotte Designs

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks really much :D