I can’t believe fall is here. Especially due to the overwhelming heat & humidity here in Coastal Carolina. As much as I love the fall, it’s a bit confusing since it feels like summer. Alas, I’m making the best of what I have to work with decor wise since everything is pretty much still summery and green.
I am excited to be sharing this post alongside a group of fun bloggers. Together we each creating our own unique jar. So, naturally, I am creating “nature in a jar.”
A few miles away, I can gather shells from the beach. One jar will be transformed into a coastal candle holder and the other jar, a mixture of pine cones, acorns, and rustic leaves.
What You Need:
- 1 large heritage jar
- large jar
I am lucky to be close to the beach, so I always have an abundance of shells handy. This jar will be the perfect size to create a candle holder for my living space.
Fill the jar halfway with a mixture of shells. Dig a little hole to place the candle holder.
Thank you to the Jar Store for supplying the Heritage Jars! I also want to thanks Patty from Garden Matter for doing a fabulous job in organizing this challenge. Please stop by and visit the other blogger’s pretty projects below.