Do "prime" your jar first by applying a thin layer of Mod Podge. This will make the glass tacky and will make it easier to apply the napkin.
Separate double ply napkins if you have them. The ones I used in this tutorial were sturdy one-ply napkins.
Apply Mod Podge gently and with a light touch over the napkin to avoid ripping it. Remember, decoupage medium is a liquid and napkins are delicate. Using a heavy hand can cause damage to your pretty design!
When applying the Mod Podge, use a generous amount but not so much that dripping occurs.
Be sure to allow your finished project to dry completely (overnight is best) before adding a candle and displaying.
Always store your Mod Podge with a tight-fitting lid and in a cool place out of reach of children.
Placing your wet decoupage projects onto a wire cooling rack keeps them from sticking to your table!
This project for Fall Napkin Luminaries was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/fall-napkin-luminaries/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.