DIY PAINTED MASON JAR VASES

Ok…I have lots of plans for this year.
Back in the summer , I posted about my bedroom makeover ideas.
If you missed it , read about it here.
BEDROOM MOOD BOARD

 

Originally I wanted to start working on our bedroom in the fall but then I got so busy and it never happened. Now, in the new year I am starting off with some fresh and new decor projects.
My very first one is this

PAINTED MASON JAR

I think they are just gorgeous.
And these vases are not only gorgeous but so super inexpensive to make them too.
All you need is some empty mason jars, paint and sand paper.

YEP…that is all!

You can create a pretty , decorative vase in less than 10 minutes.

 Choose a nice color and paint a few coat
on the outside of the mason jar.

I painted off white and yellow on the bigger jar and off white and light blue on the smaller one.

I also pained the lids. I painted for different colors than the mason jar itself.

Once the paint was dry, I sanded the top coat a little bit to achieve the rustic look.

So pretty and
SO EASY PROJECT!

 It’s so pleasing to look at these cute decorative vases.

Happy dance:-)

Did I inspire you to paint some mason jars today?

Here are some other great ideas to get on the design mood:

SCRAPBOOK PAPER ART

ENTRY WAY

Thanks for visiting today!

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

Xoxo

Aniko
Hello! My name is Aniko and I am the the author behind Place Of My Taste. Love everything beautiful and I can not spend a day without creating. Stay tuned, there is always something in my bag! Xo
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  1. says

    These jars look great….I just did a project on my blog doing the same treatment to glass vases that I turned into candlesticks. I just love the distressed look and that different colors look so great mixed together.

    I had missed your bedroom mood board over the summer, but I must say that I love the things you put on it. Those colors look great together!

    • says

      Jamie, thanks for visiting today! It's amazing what you can tackle with mason jars! I can not wait to have another little project going with these cute jars. Hugs!

    • says

      I used regular pain { I had some leftover paint that I used for my walls previously }. I will use these vases for decorative purposes only,but I think if you are going to use it with real flowers and water will get to it, the paint would wash off. In that case I would use glass paint! Thanks for stopping by today!

  2. says

    Aniko, these are so cute and I have a lot of jars – I am thinking there may be some painting in my future. Thank you for sharing… Cathy

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