Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Plaid®. All opinions are my own.
I know it’s super early for holiday decor (especially for me! You all know I’m usually a slacker.), but I’m getting a little bit of a head start since I’m teaming up with Plaid for a fun Facebook Live event. Today, each of the Plaid Creators will be live on the Plaid Facebook page sharing holiday decor tutorials throughout the day. I’ll be live at 4pm EST, but don’t worry, if you miss it you can always watch the replay! I’ll be sharing these mason jar lid ornaments. The best part is that you can purchase a kit with the supplies! (Details at the end of this post.) Check out the giveaway at the end of this post too!
- Mod Podge Gloss
- Mod Podge 7 Piece Tool Kit
- Mod Podge Silicone Craft Mat
- Mason Jar Lids
- Gift Wrap
You can purchase the kit of Mod Podge supplies listed above and also save 25% off craft supplies over $25 at Plaid Online with code ErinSpain by 12/31/17. Cannot be combined with any other offer.
How to Make Mason Jar Lid Ornaments
Remove the disk part of the mason jar lid as that is the portion we will be using. Place your gift wrap on top of your mason jar lid and trace it, making sure to trace the inner portion of the lid, not the lip around the edge.
Cut out your circle using the scissors in the Mod Podge 7 piece tool kit.
Using the brush from the tool kit, apply Mod Podge to the surface of the lid and the back side of your gift wrap.
Press your gift wrap onto the lid, smoothing from the center outward using the squeegee from the tool kit to remove any bubbles. Set aside and allow to dry while you repeat these steps on your other lids.
After about 15-20 minutes, apply Mod Podge to the entire surface of your gift-wrap covered lid. Allow to dry.
After your ornament has dried, hammer a nail through a point along the top edge, creating a small hole.
Thread your string through the hole and tie a knot. Now you have your very own mason jar lid ornament!
These are super simple, and so easy to customize. You can use any patterned paper that you choose, whether it be gift wrap, scrapbook paper, or even sheet music. There are so many possibilities. You can also use any type of string or twine that you choose.
Be sure to head over to the Plaid Facebook page where I’ll be streaming live today, Friday, November 3, at 4pm EST showing you how to make these ornaments. You can watch the replay if you can’t make it for the live stream. Here’s the entire lineup:
Here is my Live Stream video!
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