Make some quick and easy decorative glass jars for fall. This simple technique will have you adding these jars all over your home. Welcome fall with a friendly greeting! This is a part of mason jar week where we are sharing fall mason jar ideas all week long. If you missed any of the fun, be sure to catch up with day 1 here. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post and see the ideas from the other bloggers for today. Y’all enjoy!
Supplies needed to make these decorative glass jars for fall:
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- Smooth sided quart jar
- Cricut Cutting Machine (This is the brand that will work with the file that I designed.) (Want to see the difference between the machines? I compared the Cricut Maker and Explore here.)
- Hello fall design (Click here to open in Cricut design space.)
- Vinyl in two colors (I used this metallic vinyl from Cricut.)
- Transfer tape
Start by painting the jar with spray paint and set aside to dry completely. TIP: Paint the jar upside down to get completed coverage without getting paint inside the jar. Next, cut your designs from two different colored pieces of vinyl. TIP: You can use this tip to cut two different colors at one time with your Cricut machine.
Weed your vinyl of any excess and middles in the letters. Apply transfer tape to the wreath first and remove from backing then center the wreath over the letters.
Press well and remove the backing from the letters as well. You are now ready to apply your words to the mason jar.
Center on front of jar and press well to apply. Carefully lift transfer tape to remove and you are left with a gorgeous addition to your fall decor.
How many of these decorative glass jars will you make for your home? They would also make great gifts or even a centerpiece for Thanksgiving. Give this quick and easy craft idea a try for your home!
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