Hang a set of glass lanterns in your garden. They're perfect for lighting the path at night.
1. Cover your work area with a sheet of waxed paper to protect it. Lay the jar on its side. To keep the jar from rolling, prop up the sides with a dish towel. Paint fireflies on the top half of the jar with glass paint, using the pattern as a guide. Don't squeeze out too much paint; it will drip down the sides of the jar.
2. When the paint is dry, roll the jar over and paint the other side. 3. Cut two 24"-long pieces from one color of wire. Cut one 18"-long piece from the second color of wire. (Ask a grown-up for a helping hand with this.)
4. Wrap a 24"-long wire around the neck of the jar twice. Twist the ends together. To curl the wire, wrap the end around a pencil. Remove the pencil and thread glass beads onto the curls. Repeat for the second wire. Position the curls across from each other.
5. To make the handle, use needle-nose pliers to curl the ends of the 18" wire, and wrap them around the wrapped wire between the curls and the jar. Put a tealight candle inside. (Only a grown-up should light the candle.)