Mason Jar Flower Vases:
This post is strictly for fun! It is a super easy tutorial on how to make mason jar flower vases with burlap and ribbon.
First I will share what you will need and then I want to just share some prettiness with you!
- VARIOUS BURLAP AND RIBBON
- HOT GLUE GUN
- BALL MASON JARS OR CLASSICO PASTA SAUCE JARS
Yes, that’s it!
I love to grab ribbon at Michael’s when it is on sale.
My family loves classico pasta sauce (jar on the left), and I love that I can recycle the jars for drinking or for flower vases!
I wanted to share the easy steps with you in pictures and then you can just scroll through this blog post and just look at all the pretty flowers!
Not much reading required here today 😉
Step 1: wrap your first ribbon around the jar and just cut it with your scissors
Step 2: put glue using your hot glue gun on the ribbon.
Step 3: glue one end to the jar
Step 4: overlap it and glue the end to the other end
of course you can be done right there, or you can layer some more ribbon on it, like I did here:
Glue the same way as you did on the jar, just make sure if there is a pattern that you connect them so they match!
I think tying another ribbon around the neck of the jar is a pretty touch too, so I added some burlap twine:
This is how it turned out:
I am planning for my son’s graduation from High School, so as part of the centerpieces I want to add something more masculine, so I made a plain one without ribbon, with some plain babies breath. I think they might work.
These are so easy and pretty to make. They are so inexpensive as well. You can make them for your house, weddings, or as gifts.
Working on a book review for this beautiful book by Barbara Rainy, “Letters to my Daughters”
See, I told you this was and easy one, a blog post to just scroll through! I hope you got some inspiration.
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