DIY Stenciled Mason Jar

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Unique containers always make gift-giving more personal, so I am always creating interesting ways to give gift cards.  This DIY stenciled mason jar is the perfect size for some candy and a gift card.  Match the patterns and colors to the recipient’s personal style and you end up with two gifts in one! Ann Butler Designs Stencils and Inks make this a quick and easy project.

DIY Stenciled Mason Jar with Ann Butler Designs Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stencil #masonjar #crafts #gifts

DIY Stenciled Mason Jar with Ann Butler Designs

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Here’s what you need to Stencil a Cute Mason Jar:

The lightweight, low-profile BrightPad makes crafting easier while reducing eye strain.

Here’s how to create a Stenciled Mason Jar Gift Card Holder:

Step One

Remove lid, then wash and thoroughly dry mason jar.  Paint outside of the jar with Pink Cadillac multi-surface satin paint.  Let dry and apply a second coat, if necessary. This Multi-Surface Paint from DecoArt is a game-changer for painting smooth surfaces like glass. Super coverage and no streaking.

DIY STENCILED MASON JAR BETH WATSON

Step Two

Stencil the Ann Butler Designs Rails Set 1 onto Pink cardstock with Berry Crafter’s Ink, Yellow cardstock with Sunshine Crafter’s Ink, and Peach cardstock with Ann Butler Designs Tangerine Crafter’s Ink using the Stylus and Tips. Load the Stylus by pouncing onto the ink pad and then apply the ink using a swirling motion with gentle pressure. Line up the patterns and stencil a second time, so the design is long enough to go around the mason jar.  The lightest colored cardstock will allow the bright ink colors to really pop!

DIY STENCILED MASON JAR BETH WATSON

Step Three

Cut out the stenciled yellow cardstock three Rail patterns wide and scallop punch the long edges.  Cut out the stenciled orange cardstock two Rail patterns wide and then cut the center of the flower Rail pattern from the pink cardstock.  Adhere to the layers of stenciled cardstock with Xtreme Permanent Adhesive Runner and then attach it to the exterior of the mason jar.

DIY STENCILED MASON JAR BETH WATSON

Step Four

To finish the DIY Stenciled Mason Jar, trace lid of mason jar onto stenciled yellow cardstock, cut out with scissors, and then attach to lid with Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive.  Punch three flowers from stenciled pink cardstock, attach to the lid with clear Xtreme Tabs and then add enamel dots to the center of each flower. Tie orange ribbon around the neck of the mason jar in a bow. Fill with goodies and then gift to a friend, neighbor, or co-worker!

DIY STENCILED MASON JAR BETH WATSON

Here is a close-up of the lid, super cute, right!?!?!

DIY STENCILED MASON JAR BETH WATSON

I hope you have enjoyed my DIY Stenciled Mason Jar project today and that you will use it as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR creativity!  Post your projects on social media and tag me @creativelybeth or #creativelybeth  I would love to see what you have made!

More stenciled fun can be found with this post Create a Hexagon Hello Card with Stencils. I love hexagons, how about you?

STENCILED HELLO CARD BETH WATSON
DIY Stenciled Mason Jar with Ann Butler Designs Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #stencil #masonjar #crafts #gifts

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6 thoughts on “DIY Stenciled Mason Jar

    • July 29, 2020 at 8:23 pm
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      Thank you, Rebecca!!

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  • August 1, 2020 at 6:49 pm
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    Thanks for sharing with us at the To Grandma’s hosue we go link party. I’ll be featuring you when the next party starts on my blog, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram!

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    • August 3, 2020 at 11:38 am
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      Excellent! Thank you very much, Tarahlynn for the feature!!

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  • August 5, 2020 at 7:58 pm
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    I just love any project that reuses a mason jar instead of throwing it away. This is adorable. I haven’t tried this paint yet but will put it on my list to try it out the next time I decide to DIY a jar. Thanks so much for sharing. #HomeMattersParty

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    • August 5, 2020 at 10:22 pm
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      Yes, Donna, it’s a game changer!!

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