So, I have about two pieces of wood left over from our original diy industrial shelf in the kitchen. Today, I am sharing how to make a scrap wood twine mason jar art piece for Spring, or Summer.
When I set out to make this piece, I really had no idea where I was putting it. That usually is the case for most of my projects.
However, when all was said and done, the colors matched the guest rooms just right! So that is where it will live this Spring and Summer season.
For this project all I needed was a few supplies, all of which I had on hand.
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(We bought a big piece of plywood from the hardware store and cut it in pieces accordingly)
I found mine from the dollar tree.
After I painted the scrap wood with just one coat of paint and let it completely dry. After it dried for about an hour or so is when I was able to create my mason jar twine and ribbon illusion.
That took me a bit to get it just so. As simple as it looks, it was a little tricky for me anyway, to make it look like a jar. What I should of, or could of done is print a copy of a mason jar, cut it and then trace it on the wood first. In any regard, it turned out in the end.
I have to go and pick off those hot glue strings I just noticed. Although, not a perfect mason jar, you get the gist.
A little bird had to be stenciled on.
The same bird stencil I used or my thrifty tray makeover a few weeks ago.
I hot glued some moss at the bottom to cover up some of the faux stem flowers.
And that is basically another free piece of Spring/Summer art work I made.
It actually looks just perfect in the guest bedroom!
If you missed my BOHO guest bedroom, you can check that out HERE
If you love mason jars and are looking for more creative home decor ideas, check out my Mason Jar gallery of ideas
Just looking for a little Spring and Summer ideas?
Hope to see you back again.
Wishing you all a very Blessed Easter. Next week, I will have just two posts up, one will be our All things Creative group, with a fantastic new theme for the month, and the other will be a guest post submitted by a fabulous blogger friend of mine. You will LOVE her.
(Good bye in French)