Wall Floral Display

6 Materials
$10
15 Minutes
Easy

Get your DIY pants on my friend, it's time for a 20 minute project! This super duper simple mason jar inspired flower display is such a sweet addition to your walls, indoors or out!

Here's what you'll need:

-Wood board

-3 mason jars

-Wire mason jar handles

-White paint

-paintbrush

-hammer

-hook

-3 metal c- hooks

-Sandpaper

Measure the center of your board and mark it with a pencil. Place your metal hook and either hammer or screw your hook into place (depending on the hook style you chose).

Flip your board over. Take your paint brush and paint Picasso, time to whitewash your board! Paint a layer of white acrylic on your board and allow to dry. Once the first layer is dry, add a second layer. Lightly rub the corners of your board with sandpaper to add an aged effect.

Measure 3 hooks equidistant and screw into place.


*You could also peruse the hook section at your local craft store to add a bit more character this project.

Look at these beauties, just sitting there in golden hue.

Time to decorate! Hang on your walls and add mason jars with florals and greens. A great way to display the outdoors in a simple and sophisticated way.

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  • Dpbeee2 Dpbeee2 on Mar 10, 2021

    This is nice. Thank you. Why didnt you include the hanging wire? Seems like an important part.

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  • Sharon Sharon on Mar 05, 2021

    I didn’t see how she attached the jars to the 3 hooks.

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    • Lydia Lydia on Mar 07, 2021

      Hi Sharon! These mason jars had actually been purchased with the handles already on them. I found them at a local craft store, but you can find them in most craft shops. If they aren't already assembled, they sell the wire handles at Walmart :)


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