Christmas in a Mason Jar Decoration


Christmas in a Mason Jar Decoration


Christmas in a Mason Jar Decoration
Christmas in a Mason Jar Decoration

This Christmas in a Mason Jar Decoration is one of the easiest ways to prepare for the holiday season. Using just a few materials, you can create this darling piece of DIY Christmas decor. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3! This mason jar craft is a great way to repurpose something you already have and create something new. When you're done, place it anywhere you feel needs a little Christmas spirit. This homemade Christmas decoration is a great way to begin getting the jolly, holiday mood.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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How can design get any simpler than stickers? I love it! I bet this jar would be cheerful for anyone who wants to warm up a room for the holidays. I bet a tea light candle would top this item off perfectly making it an excellent choice for indoor or outdoor use. I bet you could put these along a deck or the sidewalk to brighten the path to your door.

A couple of thoughts If you are going to use this to hold candy canes (my first thought) or the like, make sure to use food safe paint. Even if candies are wrapped, I think it's a good idea to be safe rather than sorry. Also, I wouldn't buy stickers if I didn't have any. I would cut out shapes or pictures of decorations and glue them into the jar. As she said, the possibilities are endless!

Projects with Mason jars are lovely to make for the Christmas season. We like this project and will be sitting down to work on it with my kids.

What a great idea. You can never have enough jars, dishes, boxes and bags at Christmas. I always find a use for every one of them. These are great for holding candy, and smaller ones hold bath salts, jelly beans, coffee beans and tea bags to give as gifts. Thanks for reminding me how cute they will be as gifts.

I find it interesting that this project is called "Christmas in a Mason Jar" when the jar is clearly a Ball.

Hi, Linda, Good eye. It's difficult to see in this photo, but the word "Mason" appears underneath "Ball" (take a closer look at the Christmas tree). Hope this helps!


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