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Want to make a wreath mason jar lid ornament?
Then just keep reading on now…
See my love for mason jars knows no end or bounds.
Seriously the uses for mason jars are limitless I have found.
I mean they are awesome for all sorts of crafts like here.
Plus they are a great way to serve up gorgeous and unique gifts, such as here and here.
Plus, you can even serve all sorts of tasty drinks and foods, just like here and here.
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But what about the lids of those same mason jars that can very often go unused?
Well, I found a fun and easy way to use those mason jar lids to make wreath mason jar lid ornaments. I mean tis the season as we head into Christmas time. I know it is still only November, but never too early. Plus I am one of those people who could start to listen to Christmas music in November.
But back to making wreath mason jar lid ornaments. See this wreath mason jar lid ornament is so very easy to make. Plus it is an absolutely a beautiful way to decorate during the upcoming Christmas holiday season.
You just start with your metal mason jar lid minus the middle insert. Then you wind some fabric twine around securing easily with a glue gun. Finish off your wreath mason jar lid ornament with some decorative ribbon touches to create the perfect Christmas ornament easily.
Want to make this wreath mason jar ornament yourself?
Then, follow my instructions below:
Wreath Mason Jar Lid Ornament
Supplies for Wreath Mason Jar Lid Ornament
- Hemp twine
- Mason jar lid ring
- Skinny 1/4″ red ric rac ribbon
- 1/2″ green burlap ribbon
- Buttons (optional)
Instructions for Wreath Mason Jar Lid Ornament
1. Carefully hot glue the end of your twine onto the inside of your mason jar lid ring and begin wrapping your twine tightly all the way around the lid and secure the end with glue.
2. Glue the end of your green burlap ribbon onto the inside of your twine wrapped lid and begin wrapping your ribbon all the way around like you did the twine but leave a small space in between each ribbon wrap and secure the end with glue.
3. Glue the end of your red ric rac ribbon onto where you started the burlap ribbon on the inside of your twine wrapped mason jar lid and begin wrapping your ric rac ribbon all the way around on your ribbon and secure the end with glue.
4. Cut a 8″ piece of red ric rac, loop it through your lid ring, tie the ends into a knot and glue the knot to the back of the ornament.
5. Carefully glue red and green buttons on the ornament and your ornament is ready to display!
There you have it a simple, easy tutorial for how to make your family an exquisite wreath mason jar lid ornament for your home this holiday season.
What are some of your favorite holiday ornament crafts?
Now share with me in the comments…
Janine, these are the cutest! What brilliant idea 🙂 Pinning!
Aw, thank you so much Jen and seriously so happy to share this fun and easy holiday craft with you, too!! 🙂
Cynthia Sageleaf says
Love this! Now…to have 50 of those for the tree. Hehe. Just kidding. But this is the perfect craft for a kiddo to give as a sweet gift. I love your ingenuity here. 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful, wonderful week! Sending you big hugs. And you know…I’m totally thinking, well dang! ANOTHER holiday season is here already!? Hehe. Talk to you soon, my friend!
Aw, Cyndi I love the idea of having 50 or so of these on the tree totally! And thank you my sweet friend for all your kind words here and always, too! Sending many big hugs right back at you and I know still shocked we are on the precipice of another holiday season now. Talk soon and Happy Monday xoxo 🙂
William Holland says
Very clever, Janine! Much too clever for me. 🙂 I’m just not a crafty kind of guy, but I’ll pass this along to friends who are.
Have a great Monday, my friend.
Thanks so much, Bill for sharing with your friends and wishing you a very, Happy Monday once again too!! 🙂
AnnMarie John says
I actually have all those supplies on hand. I’ve been wondering what to make with mine, and now you’ve just shown me. Madison and I will make some this weekend. Thank you.
Yay and so happy to hear you have the supplies on hand to make this with Madison this upcoming weekend 😉
Meredith Spidel says
What a fun, cute idea! I love this!
Thank you, my friend and hope you can make soon, too 🙂
This looks so cool!
Thanks so much, Gail!! 🙂
So easy to make yet so pretty! Great way to put extra lids into use!
Thanks Jhanis and I couldn’t agree more about those lids, too 🙂
Aunt Gloria says
Great idea! Looks like fun to make and fun to display! xxoo
Aw, thanks Aunt Gloria and couldn’t agree more xoxo <3
Sandra R Pinnix says
Thanks for this excellent idea. My grandkids are coming to visit us (from out of state) for Thanksgiving & I’ve been searching for “crafts” to do with them, to keep them busy. This one is perfect. I don’t have all the supplies, but live close to both a Dollar Tree & a thrift shop (hopefully for the lids), so I’ve got time to collect everything before they arrive next week. You’ve helped this Grandma a whole lot with this idea! Thanks again & have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Aw, my absolute pleasure and seriously so happy you are using this craft for Thanksgiving with your grandkids. Happy (early) Thanksgiving now, Sandra and hope you all have the best one 🙂
Victoria @DazzleWhileFrazzled says
Cute idea! I could see my 8 year old making these. Visiting from Recipe & DIY Linky party.
Aw, thank you Victoria and hope you can make with your 8 year old as I did with my also 8 year old (and 6 year old) and they had so much fun making 🙂
Mary Leigh says
These turned out so well and you made them look so simple to make! I bet they would look great on the tree or on gift tags for Christmas gifts! (Or for little gifts themselves!)
Mary, thank you so much and love your ideas for using these, as well 🙂
These are super cute! Now I want to make a Thanksgiving one with Eve 🙂
Aw, love that you are making with Eve for Thanksgiving now, too 🙂
Love this idea! Can’t wait to try it with the kids. I’ve been getting super crafty lately so I’m just gonna add this to the list!
Yay and so happy that you are going to add to your crafty list to try soon, too 🙂
Wow, that’s super brilliant! We have all those items at home too.
Yay and hope you try soon, too now 🙂
What a cute craft! Mason jar lids get rusty and gross, and this is a great way to use them up after they can’t be used on the jars anymore. Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!
I completely agree, Leslie and happy to share with you, too!! 🙂
Christine Carter says
ADORABLE!! It looks relatively easy to do too! Such a great idea, Janine!
Thanks so much, Chris and hope you can try soon, too!! 😉