I am so excited about today’s mason jar wedding craft y’all. My metal wrapped jar candle holders are perfect for weddings or lets face it….anytime, anywhere! I know I will be holding onto these great metal sleeves for use around my home. Plus these can be made in literally minutes. Follow along below to see how. Plus don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of this post for even more mason jar wedding ideas that you don’t want to miss.
Time for another mason jar wedding idea. These glass etched mason jar lanterns will look gorgeous hanging around your wedding. Plus anyone can make these y’all! Don’t forget that it is mason jar wedding week. I am joining with 4 other bloggers to bring you an idea every day. Scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s fabulous ideas from the other bloggers.
Make a simple mason jar table number for your wedding with these instructions. This idea is perfect for marking the number of your reception tables. You will just need a few supplies and some spray paint to make one or a dozen of these easy crafts. You can find even more mason jar wedding ideas at the bottom of this post as I am joining up with some other bloggers all week. Y’all don’t miss it!
Y’all this lace mason jar vase is just paint! There is not any lace wrapped around it in the picture below. Amazing right? This will be simply gorgeous for weddings. This is the second in a week of mason jar wedding ideas. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this page and click around for even more ideas from my partners for this series.
I had the opportunity a few months back to make a project to be in Pat Catan’s stores. So yes I was making a woodland spring monogram while wrapping Christmas presents. But it was worth it! My project is now in stores and you can head there to see one of these monograms in person and get the supplies to make your own. Don’t live by a Pat Catan’s? No problem! You can order all you need to make this online and follow my instructions below.
I thought I would share with y’all my tutorial on how to sew cafe style curtains. I revealed these curtains last week in my rustic farmhouse kitchen post. I really love cafe style curtains in here because they block more light to protect our wood floors while still allowing us to see out at all times. The kitchen faces the back of the house and I love the light streaming in at all times of the day. However they really don’t make these style curtains for big windows. Well y’all can make custom sized cafe style curtains for yourself easily!
Okay if you can believe it…..it is almost March! Time to start thinking about St. Patrick’s Day. If you give your kids a treat or are having a party, these leprechaun hat treats might just be for you. Paint these little bowls to look like hats then add in the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Well a pot of gold colored chocolate at least! This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I thought I would post it here in case you missed it.
I am joining in with a few blog friend today for a fun Dr. Seuss inspired celebration. You can check out how to make this Cat in the Hat plate and cookies first. Then scroll down to the bottom of this post to see tons of Seuss inspiration for Read Across America day or any day of the year. Hold onto your red and white striped hats y’all!
I am so excited about today’s post! Make banners in no time with white or colored paper and this printable full alphabet! Pick the letters you need, print them, and string them into a banner! The fabulous Jen Goode with 100 Directions designed this and I will be using it very soon so y’all stay tuned!
No more hunting for just the right banner messages, now you can print whatever letters you need, any time! This month’s printable is an entire alphabet set. The set features a classic font with a traditional pennant design. Everything is already set up so all you need to do is open the file you want and print it! The collection also includes letters 0-9 and a selection of symbols.
If you have been around here any time at all, you know that I love mason jars. When I needed a bit of new art in my kitchen, I created this fun mason jar pallet art to go in that spot. Y’all can totally make this as well. Just follow along below with my steps to make some pallet art of your own. You can paint on the mason jar like my version or anything else that fits with your home.