Wooden Mason Jar Sign with a Hand Lettered Message
Mason jars are fun for Summer decorating and are so on-trend. This Wooden Mason Jar Sign with a Hand Lettered Message is the perfect accent on a front door or gate and uses a few traditional supplies from one of my favorite companies, Tombow USA, in unique ways to create a fun piece of home decor.
Hand Lettered Wooden Mason Jar Sign
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Here's what you need to Hand Letter a Wooden Sign:
- Wooden Mason Jar Sign – Walnut Hollow
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens
- MONOTWIN Permanent Marker from Tombow
- Tombow MONO J Drawing Pencils
- Tombow Mister from the Blending Kit
- MONO Dust Catch Eraser from Tombow
- Tombow MONO Aqua Liquid Glue
- Tombow Adhesive Dots
- Paper Flowers – White – perfect for customizing any project!
- Ribbons – Pink and Orange
- Half Pearls, self-adhesive
- Craft Wire
- Baby Wipes
- Plain Paper
- Wire Cutters
- Paint Brush – to apply glue, so make sure it is old
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
Here's how to create a Hand Lettered Mason Jar:
To begin the Wooden Mason Jar Sign, gather all supplies. I love all things mason jar, so this wooden sign from Walnut Hollow is totally me. The mason jar is one of my favorite elements to design and create with, and so trendy. Tombow Dual Brush Pens are my first secret. Use them to paint, actually stain, the unfinished wooden mason jar shape with Greys N60 and N90 for the lid and Blues 451 and 452 for the glass part of the jar. Now, don't use brand new Dual Brush Pens for this step, but rather the other ones where the brush tip is no longer at a sharp point. Apply color using the side of the brush tip to large areas and the bullet tip for the details.
Blend the Dual Brush Pen marker strokes with a baby wipe and the wood grain really shows through. To make the wood look like glass, apply a generous amount of my favorite, MONO Aqua Liquid Glue, to the surface of the mason jar. Spread evenly with an old paintbrush and allow to dry completely. See the translucent sheen? It looks just like glass! I just love it when a spark of an idea transforms into a wonderfully executed design. (insert happy dance!)
Trace the wooden mason jar shape onto plain white paper with a Tombow MONO Drawing Pencil 3H grade, then sketch in the message. Home Sweet Home because it matches the homey feel of the mason jar. I always ink in my lettering, so I can make sure that I am pleased with the composition and style combinations. Flip the sketch over and rub MONO Drawing Pencil 4B grade on the back of the lettering. Realign the sketch on the wooden mason jar and trace the lettering with a ballpoint pen. I think that a ballpoint pen provides a firm broad stroke which makes the transfer quick and easy. Ink in the lettering with the broad tip of the MONO Twin Permanent Marker. Add the broad downstrokes to the word SWEET, then add horizontal lines to the left side of the words HOME with the fine tip of the MONOTWIN.
Embellish the Wooden Mason Jar Sign with watercolor flowers. Start with plain white paper flowers placed on top of an old towel, scribble randomly on the flowers with bright colors of Dual Brush Pens, then spray with the Tombow Mister and watch the magic happen. The colors blend and mix to create the most vibrantly gorgeous flowers! Layer the pink, yellow, and orange flowers and attach them with Tombow Adhesive Dots. Finish the flower centers with colored, self-adhesive half pearls. Create a decorative bow using a wider pink satin ribbon and a narrow orange gingham ribbon, layer and attach with Tombow Adhesive Dots. Wrap the mason jar lid with a 24-inch piece of craft wire to use as a hanger and ENJOY.
Quick and Easy Hand Lettered Wooden Mason Jar Sign
I hope you have enjoyed my Wooden Mason Jar Sign with Hand Lettered Message, and you will use this project as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR creativity soon. There are all types of Walnut Hollow wooden shapes available so you can customize your sign with a hand-lettered design that really speaks to you and your home decor.
Using traditional materials in new and unique ways is totally my jam and I love it when a project like this Hand-Lettered Wooden Mason Jar Sign turns out even better than I had imagined. SCORE! Unleash your creativity, the possibilities are endless and you might just have some FUN.
Y'all know how I love my Tombow Dual Brush Pens, so here are a few more projects I know you'll love, too! Hello Summer FREE Printable and Coloring Page. Back to School Teacher Gift with FREE Printable Gift Tags. FREE Floral Globe Printable to Watercolor with Dual Brush Pens.
Too busy to make this right now? Pin it for later! I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
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19 thoughts on “Wooden Mason Jar Sign with a Hand Lettered Message”
Oh my goodness this is so cute!! I have a huge mason jar collection, so this would look adorable in my new house! 🙂
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Easy to make too! I’ve seen the wooden mason jar shape at Joann!
This is adorable! My readers would love it! I’d love if you share it on my link parties on https://LifeasaLEOWife.com. Happiness is Homemade & You’re the Star Blog Hop are two of them, and Traffic Jam Weekend will resume next week on July 28. Feel free to share on them all.
THANKS A BUNCH, Niki!!
Thanks, Michelle! I love hand lettering with my Tombows!
This is just lovely, Beth! I really like the colours you have used as well. Thank you for sharing with the Hearth and Soul Link Party. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
Thank you, April! I hope you have a fantastic week!
This is so cute, can’t wait to try to make this. Thanks for sharing in Dare to Share Saturday!
Thanks, Janet! I love using my markers in unique ways!
So cute! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
Thanks for sharing with us – I’m featuring you this week when the next to Grandma’s house we go link party starts!
Thanks a BUNCH, Tarahlynn!!
Such a fun project! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
Thank you, Cecilia!!
So pretty! There’s no way I could hand-letter. You’re so talented!
Thank you, Niki! Hand lettering is definitely a skill I have learned over the years!
This is such a cute project. I love that it is hand lettered, not everyone has a cutting machine. Definitely a practice makes perfect craft!
Yes, Julie, I would much rather hand letter than drag out my cutting machine!