Are you looking for mason jar ideas? These mason jar crafts are perfect for spring, summer, fall, and even Christmas!
Turning plain old mason jars into flower vases is easy to do.
There are so many ways to decorate mason jars, and each one add a nice zing to your home decor.
Whether you’re using mason jar flower vases inside or outside, they’ll look great in your space.
Mason Jar Crafts
From the garden or front porch to your dining room table – dress up your space with a variety of flowers and plants.
Speaking of plants, do you know which plants repel mosquitoes? Check it out!
Today I’m sharing 20 mason jar craft vases you can make at home.
First, I’ll walk you through an easy and fun project, and at the bottom of the page, you’ll find links to the rest of the projects to explore!
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Mason Jar Tiki Torches
Keep the mosquitoes away with this fun project. Mason jar tiki torches made from old pasta sauce jars!
These also make great Mother’s Day gifts or gifts for family and friends. They’re simple to make, even the kids can make their own.
- Lightweight shirt or shirts
- Mason Jars
- Scissors and a ruler or a rotary cutter, a mat
- Mod podge
- Foam brush
Let’s get started with our mason jar crafts.
At the bottom of the page, you’ll find more tutorials to walk you through creating different flower vases using mason jars!
Cut Shirts Into Strips
Cut a shirt into sections. The strips should measure 7 inches long by 1â€ wide.
We used 15-20 strips per jar. We saved the sleeves, buttons, and collars for future projects.
Attach Fabric To Mason Jar
There are actually two different ways you can attach the fabric strips to the inside of the jar.
You can apply the mod podge to the fabric and place it inside the jar or you can apply the mod podge to the jar and then smooth the fabric strip onto the jar.
Whichever way you choose to glue the fabric in, use the chopstick to help position the fabric inside the jar. This will keep your fingers less sticky!
Continue the process until the strips cover the inside of the jar.
Seal The Fabric
Once the strips have covered the entire inside of the jar, trim any excess fabric. Next, go ahead and seal the fabric with a coat of mod podge.
Before adding water or dry plants, allow the mod podge to dry completely.
20 DIY Mason Jar Crafts
- Mason Jar Sconces DIY
- Succulent Planter
- Silver Metallic
- Pallet Mounted
- Heart Planter
- Picture Frame
- Succulent Centerpiece
- Embellished Key
- Spring Break
- Simple Elegance
- Pastel Painted
- Burlap Bows
- Lavender Flowers
- A Pop Of Glitter
- All Chalked Up
- DIY Fall Mason Jar Craft
Mason Jar Craft - DIY Flower Vases
- Scissors or Rotary Cutter and Mat
- Foam Brush
- Chopstick or long sick
- 1 count mason jar make as many as you'd like!
- 1 count shirt to upcycle
- 1 count mod podge
- Cut clothing fabric into strips about 7 inches long and 1 inch wide; you'll need about 15 of these for one mason jar
- Use your foam brush to apply Mod Podge to the front of the fabric and place it inside the jar, using the chopstick to help position it. Repeat until the entire interior of the jar is covered in fabric
- Trim any excess fabric around the rim
- Apply a coat of Mod Podge to the fabric to seal it good
- Wait for everything to dry before adding soil or water, and your flowers or plants
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