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I am kicking off mason jar week with this mason jar on wood hanging wall art. This is so easy to make but will make a big impact in your home’s decor. Trust me, you will want a few of these! You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see what other mason jar ideas my blog partners have in store for you today! This one was originally posted over at Darice where I am a paid contributor.
Supplies needed to make this mason jar on wood:
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- Wood Pallet Box (14×6)
- Copper Mercury Glass Jar (pint size)
- White Chalky Paint
- Jar Hanger
- Mug Hooks
- Paint Brush
- Artificial Flowers or Tea Lights
First you want to paint your pallet boxes with the white chalky paint. I used a dry brush and one light coat for a slightly rustic and worn look. You can add another coat on top for a more finished look if desired. Set these aside and allow them to dry completely before continuing.
Once dry, you will need to add a mug hook to each of the pallet boxes. Just screw it in at the top where it will go into the board that runs around the outer edge. Repeat for as many of these mason jar wall sconces as you are making.
Add the wire hanger to your mason jar by pulling apart the ring and sliding it over the top. You will need to make sure the hanger rests under the last lip before hanging.
Then just complete your mason jar on wood by hanging on your jars. Add in faux flowers, cotton stems, or even some lights. Tea lights or fairy lights would work great inside of this project.
You can then add these to any room of your home. Don’t you love the look of these hanging on the wall?
My favorite part is that copper jar! I love these jars and using them in projects. You can even see a mason jar wedding centerpiece I made with them here.
Will you make a mason jar on wood for your home? You might even consider making two or more! These will make great gifts after all!
Now, I promised you a few more mason jar ideas today from my partners for this series!
Head on over and visit the following blogs for even more ideas!
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