Now if they would just make a LED light that looks like a real flickering flame it would solve all of my witch jar problems....
Pretty cool idea. But like Jay's Shadow said, it needs flicker. Either way $13 bucks is a bit much. Especially when flickering LED tea lights can often be had for less than a buck each during the summer and fall seasons.
And the jar isn't included. Didn't realize that when I posted it.
If you want flickering action in a battery op light, I hate to say it but the Williams-Sonoma pumpkin lights are pretty boss. You can turn them from flicker to steady, brightness up and down, and on and off with a remote. They do ok outside but not so hot if they have to be sitting in water (they will work but the battery contact coils eventually rust out.) They also fit inside most midsized mason jars. The downside is that they're pretty pricey. Boyfriend works at WS so he gets a discount but idk if I'd pay for them otherwise.
Reminds me of these:http://www.casasugar.com/DIY-Homemade-Moon-Jar-1126839
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