strips of fabric
burlap and lace
the result: low cost lighting
first: take clean mason jars of varying sizes and designs.
using a typical paint brush, paint the inside of the jars with glow-in-the-dark paint.
for best results, use more paint on the bottom and gradually use less and less as you paint up the sides of the jar.
next: use scraps of fabric, twine, burlap, and lace to decorate the jars. i often like to mix the textures of burlap and lace.
you can choose to give the jars a colored tint using food coloring and mod podge on the outside of the jars. the tinting won't really change the glow, but will give the jar a cool color during the day.
then you just set them outside, let them soak in some light, and wait for it to get dark.
sorry, i don't have a good picture of them glowing...my camera isn't that great.