How to Make Fall Mason Jar Craft

This project is for a fall decoration! It is very easy and I've seen people sell them on Etsy for $30. Make sure to use chalk paint.

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How to Make Fall Mason Jar Craft
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First you want to pain the jar. The mistake I made was using acrylic paint. I would recommend chalk paint to make it look more rustic and natural

First you want to pain the jar. The mistake I made was using acrylic paint. I would recommend chalk paint to make it look more rustic and natural

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I painted with my hand because brush strokes didn't look to good.  Again I would recommend chalk paint and spray it on to make it look better

I painted with my hand because brush strokes didn't look to good. Again I would recommend chalk paint and spray it on to make it look better

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You can do this with wine bottles or mason jars

You can do this with wine bottles or mason jars

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You want to hot glue the burlap together around the jar

You want to hot glue the burlap together around the jar

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Tare the burlap fabric on the top and bottom to get the natural look

Tare the burlap fabric on the top and bottom to get the natural look

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Get some wooden cool letters and hot glue them to the fabric

Get some wooden cool letters and hot glue them to the fabric

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Paint the letters any color you would like

Paint the letters any color you would like

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This is what it looks like when you do that

This is what it looks like when you do that

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Add some fake fall leaves and decorations. The stems were to long so you can cut them down to fit into the jar

Add some fake fall leaves and decorations. The stems were to long so you can cut them down to fit into the jar

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Put twine or burlap looking string around the top of the jar about 3 times and make a bow

Put twine or burlap looking string around the top of the jar about 3 times and make a bow

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Here is the end product next time use chalk paint though!

Here is the end product next time use chalk paint though!

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