This would look stunning outdoors, and so easy. You could even save the tops and cover the jars when not in use so no insects or rain could get in them. Just make sure you keep your candles out of the sun so they don't melt. You could use flameless candles for safety. Save jars, add rice, beans or pebbles for cheap but pretty party ambiance...or an evening on the deck with friends.
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Perfect for my new island in the kitchen. Thing is I can see doing this for every season. Jelly Beans at easter..... and if it is not a holiday fill it with coffee beans and let he aroma fill the kitchen. :D