Sunshine In A Jar

My latest Fun Friday Find! A new version of the iconic mason jar light: introducing the Sonnenglass (sunshine in a jar)  Solar Powered Mason Jar Lamp.

Sonnenglass PicsNow, I have seen mason jar lanterns in the past, and I’ve Pinned thousands of them- and I’ve even made some- but none provide the bright glowing light that the Sonnenglass lamp does. Created and manufactured by hand in South Africa, these fair trade, environmentally friendly mason jar lights were originally developed for areas that had no electricity, but plenty of sunshine. Sunshine Jar DetailsThe technology is pretty simple- LED solar panels on the top soak up the sun’s rays during the day,

Sonnenglass Solar Lidallowing you ample lighting for the sunless hours…up to 12 hours of continuous use! (and with the daylight hours growing shorter, a welcome addition : ) You simply lift up the handle, engaging the magnetic button and it activates the lights. The jar top opens (as with any mason jar), so the possibilities are endless when it comes to decorating them in your own style.

Sonnenglass FrontSeashells and sand

Sonnenglass Seashells and Sand

pretty autumn leaves, holly and berries, or just straight up lighting for a magical Halloween mantel display.

Sonnenglass Halloween Mantel PMPerfect for camping (or glamping : ), as a centerpiece for your holiday table,  or just for romantic ambiance on your porch or patio. To view more pics, check out Sonnenglass on Instagram or Facebook Sonnenglass. To order, click Sonnenglass. Have a Fun Friday, everyone! xoxo Susan

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