Mason Jar Vases In Black & Lace

Mason Jar Vases
My husband has always been sort of funny about saving our glass jars, and with the Mason jar craze happening, it certainly is handy having his  hoard collection hanging around to experiment with. Because you just never know when you might need an empty jar. Without a top.
This project is perfect for fall decorating and would also fun for an elegant vintage addition to your Halloween decor.
It looks sort of dramatic yet elegant. If I do say so myself.
Perfect for a winter or Halloween table decoration.
And If you want to be more traditionally Halloween-ish, you could paint the jars orange! But I like to make stuff for the holidays that I can leave out after the holiday is over.
 

 These vases took less than an hour to make. The longest part of the project involved letting the spray paint dry.

To make this project I used some Mod Podge, black spray paint, two old salsa jars, and some lace trim from the hobby store. I have loads of lace trim I’ve accumulated from garage stores but this lace was from Micheal’s.

I spray painted my jars and let them dry. then I cut strips of lace to fit around the jars and glued them down with Mod Podge, using a paint brush to apply the Mod Podge, and finished with a top coat to seal it. Simple!Mason Jar Lace Vase Sew Country chick

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-McKenzie

Comments

  1. says

    hi, silly question, but do you recommend spraying the inside or the outside of the jar? I’m guessing the outside looks best, even though i’m sure it’s to each his own.

    cute idea!
    thanks,
    Michelle