FaveCrafts Studio Live: Painted Mason Jar Vases

FaveCrafts Studio Live: Painted Mason Jar Vases

Mason Jar Flower Vases
Mason Jar Flower Vases

Join Stephanie Paxman from Crafting in the Rain as she teaches you how to transform a regular mason jar into a beautifully painted floral vase.

Floral centerpieces don’t have to be scary or incredibly expensive. In this class you will learn how to upcycle old glass jars into pretty vases with flowers to dress up any table or focal area in your home.

We will be painting these jars with chalk paint, but will discuss other painting methods as well. We will also spend some time learning about basic floral arrangement techniques. At the end of this class you’ll be ready to apply all the skills to arrangements for other color schemes and seasons.


Skill Level: Beginner

Skills/Techniques that will be covered during the class: 

  • Jar painting methods
  • Simple flower arranging with fake flowers
Materials List:
NOTE: Please make sure you secure the following items before class begins. All of these items can be easily found at your local retailer or online. 
  • 3 Clean, dry glass jars (canning jars, straight food jars like some salad dressings or sauces, pickles, etc) Combination of sizes is ideal
  • Chalk paint and paint brush
  • 2 coordinating ribbons or trim (ie burlap and lace)
  • Mix of faux floral elements - check dollar stores first, you may be surprised what they have!
  • Medium size bloom - 1 per jar
  • Small size bloom - 1 or 2 per jar
  • Tall filler stems or picks like grass, berries, etc - At least 2
  • Glue gun
  • Wire cutters, optional

This class will meet Thursday, October 15 at 1 pm CT via Zoom. 

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