Oct 14, 2013

Easy DIY Pumpkin Craft With Mason Jar Lids!

Oct
14
2013
Monday

How to make a super cute pumpkin decoration with just mason jar lid rings!  This craft is so easy to make and always turns out great!


Here’s a fun fall craft that just about anyone could do! The cost is minimal and it would make a perfect fall mantle decoration.

My friend Sarah posted this project to her Facebook page and I was so impressed that I asked her if I could post it here on STS. I haven’t tried it yet, mostly because spray paint with a 2 year old around doesn’t always turn out so well, but it’s a project that I’m totally convinced that even I could do (for those who are new to STS, I’m about as far from a “crafty person” as you can get)!

Here’s how to make it:

1. Grab a box of Mason Jar Lids (with the rings) from your store. They should be under $3 at most Walmart stores.

Mason Jar Pumpkins Lids

2. Lay the ring part of the lids out on newspaper and paint with 2 coats of orange (or any color) spray paint. Once the paint dries, you’ll need to flip the rings over to paint the other side.

Mason Jar Pumpkins Spray Paint

3. After the rings are dry, put 12 of the rings into a semi-circle and tie a piece of twine through the middle (be sure to tie it pretty tightly).

4. Spread out the rings so that they look like a pumpkin.

5. Touch up any areas that may need some touch-up paint.

6. My friend used a piece of her Aloe Vera plant for the stem but you could use a stick from the backyard, a cinnamon stick, a piece of wood, some brown construction paper, etc…

How to make a super cute pumpkin decoration with just mason jar llid rings!  This craft is so easy and looks great!

7. And, if you just hate the idea of wasting the other part of the mason jar lids (and you don’t have jars that you could use extra seals for) then you can use them to make more pumpkins to decorate with!!

Mason Jar Pumpkins leftovers

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  1. You could also use any rusty or bent rings that you have on hand and the lids from previously canned items.

  2. Love this idea! I’ve seen jars and lids at yard sales and thrift stores that would work. Plus, it would be a great way to introduce my kids to spray painting.

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