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Time for another Halloween mason jar craft! These haunted house mason jar crafts are fun to make and will look great in your Halloween decorations. If you have missed any of the Halloween jar fun this week, be sure to check out the post from day 1 and day 2. Also, don’t miss the links at the bottom of this post to even more Halloween mason jar crafts! First we have to make these great haunted house mason jars.
Please note that some links may be affiliate links and a portion of your purchase will go to support this site. Start with pint mason jars, any vinyl you have on hand, and some black spray paint.
Cut the vinyl into a oval like shape with scissors and adhere to the mason jars. Press down the edges well.
Spray paint the jars. Also spray paint the lids black while you are at it. Allow to dry then lift the vinyl off of the jars. If you have any issue, use a craft knife to cut around the vinyl before lifting.
I then used a black paint writer to outline the window that I created on the jars. Allow that to dry completely before continuing.
Now we need to add some spooky things to the inside of the jars to finish off these mason jar crafts.
I will show you each jar individually and explain how I created the scene inside. For the first version, I just added some fake spider webbing and put a black spider inside. Use your hot glue gun to secure everything into place.
For the second version, I added a little ghost with his pumpkin trick or treat bucket. You can buy the trick or treat bucket by clicking here.
The ghost is a foam ball on a popsicle stick covered by a white piece of cloth. I used a marker to make the face. I used hot glue to secure everything on the ghost and inside of the jar. There is also a small piece of spider webbing on the bottom of the jar.
The third jar has a rickety fence and a black cat inside. The fence is actually this miniature basket cut into a long piece. The cat can be purchased by clicking here. The jar also has a small piece of cheese cloth in the back and some black cloth in the bottom. Again I secured everything with hot glue.
So there you have these fun haunted house mason jar crafts! These can be made in minutes and will look great in your house. Grab your supplies to make your own today.
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