Mason Jar Window Treatment


Use mason jars, jute, and fresh flowers to dress up your windows. My display was temporary, so I used Command hooks. If you're looking for something more permanent -- that you can change with the seasons -- I recommend you attach hooks to the top of your window frame.
Mason jar window treatment using jute rope and fresh flowers.
Mason jar window treatment using jute rope and fresh flowers.
I used some jute rope and wrapped it around the top of each jar.  Then I took a longer piece for the jars to hang from and tied it on each side, making a knot.
I used some jute rope and wrapped it around the top of each jar. Then I took a longer piece for the jars to hang from and tied it on each side, making a knot.
I used Command hooks to hang them; for a more permanent treatment, I recommend you use permanent hooks.
I used Command hooks to hang them; for a more permanent treatment, I recommend you use permanent hooks.
Linda @ it all started with paint

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  • Amy Ogden-Paparone
    on Mar 3, 2014

    Absolutely love this! I love fresh flowers, and I like to have my kitchen window without a curtain in the summer, but sometimes feel like i'm in a fish bowl, but this will be just enough to take that feeling away and make me smile while i'm doing dishes! That alone is a great thing!! Thanks for posting!

  • Shelley
    on Apr 11, 2014

    I am going to do this in my bathroom! I have a plain window that needs a little pizazz and this is just the thing! : )

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