Friday, March 22, 2013

Easy Burlap Mason Jar Vase Tutorial

I'm sharing with you something that's not a card today. Tomorrow, my church is hosting a Women's Brunch Outreach. I turned ordinary mason jars (a bargain at 35 cents each!) into these vases as decorations for the tables.
These are really easy to make. Here are the supplies I used: mason jar (or save your old mayo jars) burlap, ribbon, rubber band and flower (I used Prima). Not showing here is my glue gun.
Cut a piece of burlap and remove the strips of fibers to create a fringe on the long sides of the burlap. Trim the fringe so they look straight.
Wrap it around the jar. Secure with a rubber band. Leave the rubber band as is if you're using a non transparent ribbon.
I'm using a see-thru ribbon, so the rubber band can't stay there. Move the rubber band lower to keep the burlap secure as you tie your ribbon.
Adhere the flower using a glue gun. It will also slightly secure the burlap onto the jar.
Here it is with flowers and some greeneries.
Let me know if you made these easy jars. Have a great weekend!
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  1. I've made similar ones for my mother's wedding 2years ago. They look verr nice!

  2. Your tables will be so pretty! Hope you'll take some photos of the event tables! Thanks for sharing, Nina! Hope you are well :)

  3. So pretty, thanks for the info!

  4. Very pretty idea, I'm definitely going to keep this one in mind! Thanks for sharing.

  5. What a sweet and simple and very effective way to pretty up some jars.

  6. Love these Nina!! Definitely going to try this with our luncheon in the fall :)

  7. Hi Nina, I'm new to your site and I really love your blog! These flowers and vases are a cute idea. My Daughter-in-law is due March 29th and I'm having a Spring shower for her once the baby is here. I could make something similar to this and I know she'd love it. Thanks for sharing -Jennifer


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