Please welcome my friend Jessica as she shares this Frosted Mason Jar Vase she made! DIY Crafts like this vase and these Mason Jar Luminaries are always fun! Simple but WOW! You know how I love the simple and wow projects!
Frosted Mason Jar Vase
Hey, hey Today’s Creative Life reading peeps! I’m Jessica, and my blog is Mom 4 Real. I’m so excited to be hanging out here at one of my favorite blogs…I just adore Kim!
Here in KY, our gardens are in full bloom, which means I can now bring a little of the outdoors in. I was snipping some of my lavender the other day and plopped it down in a mason jar filled with water. It was super cute, but I thought hmmm…it could be cuter! I decided to try out some frosted glass spray paint that I bought for a Christmas ornament project last year. I made this cute frosted mason jar vase using a few things I already had, and I absolutely love it.
How to Make a Frosted Mason Jar Vase
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Here is how I made mine…
- I started with a large glass mason jar. I already had a case of generic jars, so I decided to use one of them.
- I used a circle punch to cute some vinyl scraps I had.
- Then I applied the vinyl circles all over the jar in a random pattern.
- Next, I took my jar outside and gave it 3 coats of frosted glass spray paint. This stuff dries so quickly, it literally took less than 10 minutes for all three coats.
- Remove all the stickers
I decided to give it a beachy look, so I wrapped some twine around the top and hot glued a seashell to the front.
I plopped my bouquet of lavender down inside with some water, and I just LOVE it!!!
It oozes country charm and fits perfectly with my cottage decor!
Thank you so much for having me here today!