Paint each of the mason jars. Be sure to clean them well before painting. I like to use rubbing alcohol on the surface and allow it to dry before painting. Paint as many jars as you need for this project in whatever colors you like. I love chalk paint for this as one coat does the job!
While your jars are drying, cut your burlap ribbon to 11 1/2 inch lengths. You will need as many ribbons as letters in your design.
Stencil each ribbon with the letter of your choice. Be sure to protect your work surface and use a stencil brush for the best results. I am using a two layer stencil but you can choose a simpler letter if you would like. You can also use HTV and your Cricut machine for this step instead.
Once your ribbon and jars are dry, wrap each jar with one ribbon and hot glue in the back to secure into place.
Wrap twine around the top of each jar and tie in a knot. I also like to fray the ends of my twine but this is optional.
Add flowers to complete your fall mason jars.