Are you wanting to craft with mason jars? Of course you are – they are all the rage right now! There are so many things I love about mason jars, and one of the biggest is that they are really easy to craft with. I'm talking about instant gratification. I've done a few projects with mason jars and loved the results. If you want to do it yourself, I suggest decoupage. Putting Mod Podge on a jar is simple, and there are a lot of options. In fact, here are 18 unique ways to decoupage mason jars. Which one inspires you the most?
Ginger used salt and stenciling to give a festive feel to her mason jar luminaries.
Fabric and Mod Melts
I used fabric squares to decoupage these jars, then add some fun embellishments with Mod Melts.
Use strips of sheet music or book pages to decorate the outside of a mason jar – perfect for a pretty vase.
Use real leaves and Mod Podge to decorate lanterns – which cast a pretty glow when lit up.
Ashley attached the scraps of paper using a sewing machine, then decoupaged directly to the jar.
What places are special to you? Add maps to the outside of a mason jar for a unique look.
See how it was done at Dormify
Painted and Glittered
This project is so versatile – paint the jars any way you like, then add glitter to the base with Mod Podge.
Use etching medium, decoupage glue and lace to make this pretty jar display.
I painted these jars with glass paint, then added embellishments using Dimensional Magic.
Spray paint a jar, then add embellishments with Mod Podge to turn it into a centerpiece.
If you have boring jars and some leftover fabric, you can decoupage jars just like Amanda did.
Linda dyed her jars with Mod Podge and food coloring, and also aged the lids with a few ingredients.
Mod Podge Sheer Colors, Glitter and Stencils are used to transform mason jars into romantic Moroccan vases and lanterns.
Add a photo to the outside of a colorful mason jar for an alternative to a frame.
Use Rit Dye with Mod Podge to give a denim look to mason jars.
Make this pretty jar with tissue paper and the pattern of your choice.
Combine Mod Podge and food coloring to dye the jars – then add solar lights on top.
Vanessa used the new Mod Podge Rocks woodgrain stencil to decorate a mason jar with glitter.