This Primitive Fall Mason Jar can be used for candy and sweet treats, or you can add some twinkle lights to set the right mood. A simple DIY using a mason jar and some fun vinyl cutouts only add to its character. You will be surprised just how easy this adorable Fall Mason Jar is to put together. Here is how we made ours.
Primitive Fall Mason Jar Candy Dish – Pin It For Later!
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Simple fall DIY projects for my home have become a slight obsession. Finding just the right piece to add a seasonal touch without going over the top is perfect for decorating the existing decor. Don’t get me wrong, I love over the top holiday decorations as well. There is no wrong way to decorate! Use what you like and how you like it.
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My house is a mixture of DIY farmhouse with a little bit of primitive mixed in.
When I found this wood finial in my craft stash, I knew right away I wanted to use it on top of a mason jar. Here is how I put together the Primitive Fall Mason Jar Candy Dish.
Supplies Needed For A Primitive Fall Mason Jar:
- Mason Jar with smooth glass
- Glass Candle Stick Holder (You can find these at the Dollar Tree, but here is one very similar)
- Wood Craft Finial
- E6000 glue
- Black Chalk Paint
- StyleTechCraft Transparent Vinyl
- StyleTech Craft Ultra Metalic Vinyl
How to assemble your Primitive Fall Mason Jar
Assembling a primitive fall mason jar is easier than you might think. Start by gluing all the pieces where you want them using the E6000 glue.
Glue the mason jar to the candle holder, and the wood finial to the inner lid of the mason jar. Set the glued pieces aside to dry completely. I like to wait at least 24 hours to make sure the glue has cured properly.
While your glue is drying, you can design and cut your decorative pieces. We used a Cricut cutting machine to cut a crow and stars using StyleTech Craft vinyl. The crow was cut using Ultra Metalic Vinyl that gives off so much shine and sparkle it is just right fr Fall and Halloween crafting.
The stars were cut using Transparent Vinyl. I love the way the light shines through from both sides of the stars. Your design is perfect from every direction.
Once the glue is completely dry, you will want to paint the candlestick, the lid and the ring for the jar, and your wood finial. I love the matte look of chalk paint for any rustic or primitive craft projects.
Fill your Primitive Fall Mason Jar with your favorite sweet treats or a few twinkle fairy lights to set a relaxing mood. The lights will shine through the transparent craft vinyl.