Please Welcome: Caley from HowDoesShe?

Hello Everyone! I'm Caley from HowDoesShe? We are all about gathering ideas together to become the best mothers, wives, neighbors, and women that we want to be.

Today I am sharing my most recent creation I made in preparation for HALLOWEEN! I'm not really one for creepy crawlers, scary eyeballs, or spooky decorations for my home, but I do love to have an excuse to change my decor and dress up like someone else for a day. ;) This year I've made some glowing Halloween jars that are perfect way to add a little ambiance to your evenings.

Here is what you need:

a jar with a flat spot {I saved a spaghetti jar}, a candle, some rice, some fodder paper, and these 

{download HERE}

Print these Halloween wrappers on fodder paper {fodder is the thin paper that you can see through - although, the thicker version is better on your printer. I like to use the ones you find in a notebook instead of a roll.}. ;)

Cut them out and use double sided tape to apply it to the jar, or feel free to modge podge it...I just had a feeling I might be switching out the banner for different holidays.

Add some rice and a battery operated candle {or a real candle, but those are hard to light in a skinny jar}...

...and you're all done!

I have loved having it on my entertainment center with the pretend light flickering in the evenings. I also plan to make a few more and place one on each stair going to my front door for when those little ghost, goblins, princesses, and parents come trick-0r-treating at my door. They would be fun to cluster amongst some pumpkins or jack-o-lanterns as well!

Can't beat an inexpensive, easy DIY, holiday decor project!

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