Pink Mason Jar Centerpieces for Weddings or Your Home

8 Materials
$25
2 Hours
Easy

Want to add a pretty pop of color to your home decor? Grab your Mason jars to make this simple yet stunning Mason jar centerpiece.

This beautiful pink Mason jar centerpiece would be a gorgeous addition to any tablescape either in your home or for a wedding. The best party is you don't need a lot of pricey supplies to make it.


You'll need a few Mason jars, paint and twine and of course some pretty flowers to finish off your  Mason jar craft.

1. Cover work surface with scrap paper or newspaper.


2. Use foam paint brushes to paint each Mason jar a different color.

3. Let dry.


4. Once the Mason jars are dry, repeat steps 2 and 3 to add a second coat.


Note: You may need to add a third coat of paint.

5. Using a nail file, lightly sand off some paint on each Mason jar to create a rustic/distressed look.

6. Carefully glue the end of a piece of twine onto the back rim of each Mason jar, wrap twine around the jar five times, and secure the end with hot glue.

7. Fill with flowers and display your Mason jar centerpieces for weddings!

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1 question
  • Dee thenurse
    Dee thenurse
    on Oct 8, 2019

    Do you have to sand the glass first, to make the pain stick ?? I am trying to paint glass , and have had trouble with the paint staying on ! Did sand it some.


    • Sondra
      Sondra
      on Oct 19, 2019

      its supposed to be painted dinted with chalk paint.

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  • Cl.ebbing66
    Cl.ebbing66
    on Oct 9, 2019

    I kinda liked the jar with just one coat of paint. It was translucent. Pink is very pretty. Love the idea!

  • CJ
    CJ
    on Oct 12, 2019

    Very pretty, thanks for sharing!

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