DIY Spray Painted Autumn Mason Jars

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This post has so. many. pictures. I couldn't decide which ones to upload. So luckily (or unluckily?) for you, you get to see them all!
This was a quick little number I did after dinner one night this week. The longest part was waiting for it to dry. I made Aj tell me multiple times that if I touched the mason jars too soon it would ruin the whole thing. Because I reeealllyyy wanted to take photos. I may or may not have stomped my feet. Higher likely with the may.
Here's what you'll need:
3 mason jars
spray paint (I chose to do three different colors)
transfer paper
window decal (I found a spider web window decal for a dollar at the craft store)
something to fill the jar - corn, candles, rice, beads. Get creative!
Use the transfer paper to stencil the leaf onto the window decal
Spray paint the mason jars and peel the decal off right away!

Amanda Montgomery
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  • Fay Jewell Ewing Fay Jewell Ewing on Jun 17, 2017
    has to be lightly sprayed and more than once to keep it from running . Not just on glass but the best way to spray paint anything

  • Rosalie Rogers Rosalie Rogers on Jul 15, 2017
    I was happy to hear your instructions for spray painting in general. I was not aware of this. I love to spray branches white for winter decor and might be starting up again soon. Thanks.