Glowing Glass Gems

These cute jars with glass gems are perfect for decorating during the holiday season.
They are very easy to put together
and they add a beautiful touch to any centerpiece.

Items Needed:
glass gems
wireless LED puck lights
bowls, votives, or any kind of round dish
{I used crystal parfait glasses}

Turn the LED lights on and place in the bottom of the bowls. 
Place the glass gems on top.
That's it!

They look amazing during the day time
and they look even more amazing when it's semi-dark in the room
and the glasses are glowing.

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Marci Smith said...

So lovely! :)

Rebecca Nelson said...

Oh wow! More than lovely sweet friend...

Thank you so much for sharing with us.


Delvalina said...

wow! I never knew before that it will be light in dark :) thank you for shring your awesome idea.
Always new each time I read your post here :) keep it up and keep blessing people through your talent in crafting and ideas :D


Diana of Diana Rambles said...

Pretty touch!

Conniecrafter said...

those lights with the gems is such a pretty touch!!

Vanessa said...

Hi, Stephanie

What a great idea and they turned out great.


Debbie said...

Oh so beautiful! I must try those for sure. :) I am thinking a pretty pink or sage green for our master bedroom to light up instead of a candle. And of course I will use some type of crystal to place them in.
Lovely, lovely, lovely!

Blessings to you!

Life and Breath and Everything Else said...

Those look SO pretty!!

Zinnia said...

Lovely idea to use Leds and glass beads in glass. Light game must be wonderful. I wish you a great week! Zinnia

momstheword said...

Stephanie, this is awesome! May I pin this? I am going to assume it's ok and go ahead, will you let me know if it's not o.k? Thanks!

Margaret said...

Love those. My kids would love that idea too. Thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...

Very beautiful for an evening display on the dinner table! Thanks for sharing at Mom's Library Link-Up.

Julie @ Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk

The Domesticated Princess said...

What a cool idea, and I adore the elegant look it creates. Very clever!

Anonymous said...

This is really pretty, and SO simple!

:) Hope

Unknown said...

Oh, how lovely! Great idea, yet simple. I love your blog, the roses, vintage and the tea cups and pot. My favorite things!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Great idea and it looks awesome!
Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

So pretty and so simple! Thanks for sharing with my HOME. Enjoy your weekend.


Seaweed and Raine said...

Brilliant! I will have to look into LED puck lights _I've never heard of them before.

Unknown said...

Such a cool idea and they would look great in one big jar or vase too. Thanks for sharing at Mom's Library. I am a new follower.

Adorned From Above said...

These are beautiful. I love them. Thanks so much for sharing with last weeks Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
Happy Thanksgiving.
Debi @ Adorned From Above

Adorned From Above said...

Hi Stephanie,
Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party last week. I have featured this post at this weeks party. Here is the link to the party to see your feature.
Debi @ Adorned From Above

Shabby Brocante, Karen said...

These are so pretty! Love the look at night with the LED lights!

Unknown said...

I have done something a bit like this with mini-lights but not nearly as pretty as the lights were not wireless. I love the wireless LEDs. Where does one find them? In big box stores? I live out in the sticks in Idaho, so I'm not sure what to look for when I go into the big city. Any suggestions? Hugs, Niki

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