How to Make Mason Jar Lid Pumpkins

Jennifer Carroll
by Jennifer Carroll
2 Materials
$5
10 Minutes
Easy
Make your own happy harvest of mason jar lid pumpkins this season!
The supplies that you need to make your own mason jar pumpkins include:
20+ Mason Jar Lids without centers per pumpkin
Spray paint - if you want to color your pumpkins
Book pages
Scissors
Stick and Spanish moss to embellish
If you want to spray paint your lids - now is the time to do that. Be sure to paint in a well-ventilated area.
I wanted to add a literary twist to my pumpkins so I decided to use book pages. I found a book at the Dollar Store that I didn't feel bad about chopping up :-)


Determine the width of your mason jar lid and cut your strips accordingly.


If you want your pages to not be very readable then I recommend cutting across the page. If you don't mind, then cut along the rows.


Attach the trimmed pages to the rims with glue or double-stick tape. If using glue, allow the rims to dry.


Once they are dry, thread a piece of yarn through the center of the rings and tie in a knot to make a circle.
Add a stick or dried pumpkin stem and a bit of Spanish moss to finish the pumpkins!


It adds a sweet literary charm to your Fall decor!


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Suggested materials:
  • Mason Jar Lids   (Wal-mart)
  • Book pages   (Dollar Store)
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