Mason jars are so cute and reusable for decor around the house. Whether it’s an empty jar to put flowers in or repainting them for a pencil holder, I like the shape and look of them. I love this mason jar craft idea with grapevines by Macrame School on YouTube because it reminds me of a cute botanical winery or garden. Also, I think of Thanksgiving or the fall time with the leaves on this mason jar craft. Plus, this would be a nice centerpiece to add and it looks festive for the fall season. However, this can be made for any occasion. I think this would be a great project to do with a group of friends. I love being able to reuse a jar and upcycling it to something crafty.
- Air-dry modeling clay
- Acrylic paint
- White glue
- Tissue paper
- Stencil knife
- Gold dust
- Glass jar
First, paint your mason jar with a mixture of white glue and water. Then, add tissue paper on top of the wet glue area and paint over it too. Repeat this step until the whole jar is covered in tissue paper. Let it dry.
Second, take any air-dry modeling clay and flatten them out to make your leaves and grapes. You can either sketch out stencils or print them out to trace them to receive your shapes. Continue to follow along with Macrame School on YouTube for the next steps on gluing.
Overall, I think this mason jar craft fits perfectly for the fall season. I think of the October to November because of the leaf motifs on the jar. I love the holidays during the fall, and this would be a great room decor for the living room table. Also, I would make smaller ones to go along with this.