DIY Mason Jar Decor

I had this rustic window pane laying on our guest bedroom floor for months before I finally decided to hang it up in our entry way! It seemed like it was missing something so I added some mason jars and flowers to spruce it up a bit! For the detailed tutorial, visit this link http://jamiejowilliams.com/diymasonjardecor/
Measure the length and width of your area to find the middle where you want to hang the mason jar.
Drill the screw into the middle of the hose clamp. You will REALLY need to use your muscle for this step. It's not as easy as it looks! I used wood screws to secure the hose clamps to the sheetrock. I was a little worried because I was drilling right into the sheetrock instead of a stud but it ended up being VERY secure!
Attach the two ends of the hose clamp and screw them together using the little dial on the front of the clamp.
Drop the mason jar inside and tighten the hose clamp using that same dial.
Place your flower or whatever decoration of your choosing inside the mason jar and you're done!
Super cute, super cheap, super EASY!

Suggested materials:

  • Mason jar  (walmart)
  • Hose clamp  (home depot)
  • Wood screws  (home depot)
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  • Wendy Tuch
    Wendy Tuch
    on Mar 2, 2017

    We love using old windows and doors and mason jars!! This is a great, lovely project!

  • Tri11996783
    Tri11996783
    on Aug 19, 2017

    Fishing line could hold those jars from the frame and not be permanent and since it's clear it wouldn't show. Easily moved anytime.
    • Carol
      Carol
      on Jan 20, 2019

      I agree. You can secure the heavy fishing line to the hose clamps and won't do the damage to your walls like screwing those clamps to the wall will. Love the idea though. Using fishing line, you could even leave the glass panes in!

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