Looking to add some DIY rustic flair to your wedding? Look no further! I saw the greatest idea about incorporating mason jars into wedding centerpieces. I’ve seen a lot of weddings that use mason jars, but this idea will make for a new and unique experience.
You’ll only need a few items for this easy DIY, and you can pick all of these items up at your local craft store:
• Mason jar(s)
• Metallic Spray Paint (your color of choice)
• Mod Podge
• Paint Brush
• Glitter (your color of choice)
• Paper Plate
First, hold the inside of the mason jar and spray paint the entire outside, then wait for it to dry.
Once the mason jar is dry, brush the bottom quarter to bottom half of the mason jar with mod podge. Make sure it is somewhat even around all sides.
Next, take the jar of glitter and sprinkle it on the mod podge while it is still wet.
Once the glitter is set and dried on the mod podge, coat the layer of glitter once more with mod podge. This will ensure that the glitter will stay on the jar. This will take a while to dry, so be patient!
Finally, use anything you want to fill the mason jars with. I decided on a few pink flowers, which complement the metallic gold nicely!
Hey, first thank you for the advice and explanation.
I try painting the jar with color spray but it doesn’t look like in the picture.
Some areas are not fully painted and some do. It doesn’t look good. I try painting with white first then I waited for it to dry and painted with a color spray. Didn’t work.
Any reason this could happen?
I made sure that the color spray is good for a glass.
Thank you so much