Not long ago I shared this USA Sign using one of my favorite boards. Today I am sharing with you a Mason Jar Wall Vase using the same fun pallet board.
This idea came from my creative daughter and I will be sharing her version along with mine. One idea – two versions! How wonderful is that?
This is such a simple project even a DIY novice can create this great wall piece.
Mason Jar Wall Vase
Using a bit of Milk Paint I had on hand I painted a small mason jar with the paint and left it to dry.
After it had finished drying, to make the letters and emblem stand out, I lightly sanded the raised portions with a small emery board.
From my USA Sign post you will remember that I got these great palette boards from Hobby Lobby.
I prepared the board for the jar by determining where I wanted my vase to hang and drilling a small hole in the board. I then took a hose clamp and snipped one of the small metal bars with a pair of wire cutters to allow enough room to place my screw.
Once the palette was drilled and the clamp was snipped I simply used a small screw to attach the clamp to the palette. Keeping in mind I needed to use a very short screw to keep it from protruding out the back of the palette.
The mason jar was then attached to the palette by inserting it into the clamp and adjusting it to hold it securely.
Mason Jar Wall Vase – Version Two
My daughter used a different method of attaching hers by drilling two holes in the palette.
And simply tying her mason jar tightly to the palette to create her Mason Jar Wall Vase.
Here is her completed version using a large mason jar.
And here is my version using the smaller mason jar and hose clamp.
I tied a small strip of burlap around the vase to create a bit of interest.
This Mason Jar Wall Vase was such a fun and easy project and added a great bit of Farmhouse style to the room.
I hope you try one of these this great versions of the great project and share it with me! I would love to see your creation!