How to Decorate Easter Mason Jars

Easte Mason Jar Collage 3

What a blast I had over the weekend putting together these Easter Mason Jars! Really, you can’t go wrong with Mason Jars, they are the perfect centerpiece for any holiday, so many uses!

Easter Mason Jars Collage 1

Jelly Bean Jar:

Easter Mason Jars~ Jelly Bean Egg

I found these Easter stencils at the dollar store, perfect! Trace them onto sticky backed vinyl and stick the shape onto the jar. Paint the jar and when completely dry, peel off the vinyl and fill with jelly beans!

Easter Mason Jars~ Egg Jelly Bean Jar

Bunny Jar Vase:

Easter Mason Jar~ Bunny Vase

I painted this vase on the inside, by shaking the paint to cover the inside of the jar. Place the Bunny vinyl on the outside of the jar and cover with Sparkle Mod Podge. Add a ribbon and flowers for a simple, yet elegant centerpiece!

Easter Mason Jars~ Bunny Vase

Carrot Top Jar:

Easter Mason Jars~ Carrot Top 1

Shake the orange paint around the inside of the jar. Flip to let extra paint drain out. While that dries, tie strips of green tulle (6×14 in) all the way around the lid. When the paint is dry, hot glue the lid to the jar and add some raffia. If your carrot top does not stand up straight enough, a little hairspray should do the trick!

Easter Mason Jars~ Carrot Top

Jelly Bean and Peep Jar:

Easter Mason Jar~Peeps and Jelly Beans

Take the peeps out of the package without separating them. Arrange them in the bottom of the jar and then fill the rest with jelly beans. I used artificial flowers, but if you want to use fresh flowers, place a smaller vase inside the jar and just fill jelly beans around that vase.

Easter Mason Jars~Peeps and Jelly Beans

Burlap Flower Vase:

Easter Mason Jars~ Burlap Flowers

After painting the jar, stencil on the flowers and hot glue the burlap strip to the jar.

Easter Mason Jars~ Burlap Flowers 1

Easter Mason Jar Collage

Happy Easter everyone!

Thanks, Nancy for letting me visit today! ~Kelly

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