Today kicks off my TCB Summer Series! You’ll be spoiled by some of the best recipes, crafts and DIY ideas! Please welcome Jessica from Mom 4 Real as she shares this adorable Frosted Mason Jar Vase she made! Simple but WOW! You know how I love the simple and wow projects!
Hey, hey Today’s Creative Blog reading peeps! I’m Jessica, and my blog is Mom 4 Real. I’m so excited to be hanging out here at one of my favorite blogs…I just adore Kim!
Here in KY, our gardens are in full bloom, which means I can now bring a little of the outdoors in. I was snipping some of my lavender the other day, and plopped it down in a mason jar filled with water. It was super cute, but I thought hmmm…it could be cuter! I decide to try out some frosted glass spray paint that I bought for a Christmas ornament project last year. I made this cute frosted mason jar vase using a few things I already had, and I absolutely love it.
Here is how I made mine…
I started with a large glass mason jar. I had a case of generic jars that I bought on a recent trip to Walmart, so I decided to use one of them.
I used a circle punch to cute some vinyl scraps I had.
Then I applied the vinyl circles all over the jar in a random pattern.
Next, I took my jar outside and gave it 3 coats of frosted glass spray paint. This stuff dries so quickly, it literally took less than 10 minutes for all three coats.
Then I removed the stickers.
I decided to give it a beachy look, so I wrapped some twine around the top and hot glued a seashell to the front.
I plopped my bouquet of lavender down inside with some water, and I just LOVE it!!!
It oozes country charm and fits perfectly with my cottage decor!
Thank you so much for having me here today!