Mason Jar Spring Vases

Mason Jar Spring Vases

Mason Jar Spring Vases

Mason Jars are one of my favorite crafts.  They are so easy to work with and they always turn out cute!  With Spring here, Summer on the way and Mother’s Day just around the corner, I thought I would share a cute and inexpensive way to celebrate.  These Mason Jar Spring Vases just make me smile 🙂  And I had them done in no time!

Here’s your Step-by-Step Tutorial on how to make your own Mason Jar Spring Vases.

What You Need For Your Spring Decor Mason Jars:

Mason Jar Spring Vases

Mason Jars – You can buy them on Amazon or at most retailers

Spray Paint – Pick the colors that make you smile! We already had the pretty blue and fun green in the garage so I went with you. You can buy them on Amazon or at most retailers.  I used Rust-Oleum spray paint.  I have used both semi-gloss and gloss.

Small paint brush – I used one of my kids’ from an old art set

White and yellow paint for the flowers – I actually had some in the garage from rooms we have painted in the past

What You Do to make your Mason Jar Spring Vases:

1.  Take the lids off the jars

Spring Mason Jar Vases

2.  I place my hand inside the jar so it’s easier to rotate it while spray painting

Mason Jar Spring Vases Tutorial

3.  Spray the entire jar the color of your choice – your hands will get a bit messy
*You can easily clean your hands with Mineral Spirits (you probably have some in your garage already) Or wear rubber/latex gloves if you have them to keep your hands clean!

Mason Jar Spring Vases

4.  Repeat until all your desired jars are painted

5.  Allow to dry for about 30 minutes to 1 hour

Mason Jar Spring Vases

6.  Use a small paint brush and paint the petals of your flowers.  Paint as many or as few as you would like!

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7.  Rinse the brush (or wipe on paper towel) and go back and put a small yellow dot on the middle of your petals

8.  Allow to dry

Mason Jar Spring Vases Tutorial

9.  Fill your jars with sweet treats or flowers

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Now, it’s time to Enjoy your beautiful creation!

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What will you fill your Mason Jar Spring Vases with?

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Comments

  1. Now I wish I had the Mason jars I had recycled. I would’ve liked making these. I’ll be on lookout for some jars now.

  2. I cannot wait to make a few of these to stage my kitchen. We will be putting our house up for sale and I think they will be very cute in my white country kitchen.

  3. Great idea and I’ve been looking for something to do with all the mason jars left over from my wedding

    • I just used Rust-Oleum spray paint. And no I did not use a sealer. So far it has worked great! I have used the same paints off for multiple mason jar projects.

  4. thanks for the great idea……….. never thought about painting the jars. Also love the flowers in the jars. I will go to goodwill on monday and find some jars

  5. I love love this idea! Thats so cute. Im going to make these with my nieces. I really like those colors. Good Mothers day decor and gifts 🙂

  6. This is definitely a fun Spring Craft, what a great idea! I love the colors of paint you chose, and the little flowers really set them off!

  7. I really like the look of these. They are really cute! I think I will add this to my weekend project list.

  8. This is such a cute and fun Spring craft idea! I love getting flowers, especially in the Spring and Summer and these would be the perfect vase for them! Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  9. I have a ton of these jars, was going to do this but not gotten around to it, don’t know why they ate so cute!!!

  10. What a fun idea!
    They look great and so cheery with the flowers.
    I’ve never used spray paint before. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  11. I love your seasonal mason jar DIYers. I’m not very crafty but these look so simple and will make a great table decoration!

  12. Absolutely love mason jar projects and this face looks like a fun simple and beautiful project I would love to do this each of my family members table it would even look nice decorating the patio

  13. What a wonderful idea! Those vases turned out very cute and would make great gifts. Teacher appreciation week is coming up and that would be a cute vase for the teacher to put her flowers in. Thanks for sharing.

  14. I love the pastel, springlike colors of these mason jars. What a fun way to brighten the house.

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