Happy Friday Friends!
I am stopping in today to share a quick project with you all. Earlier this week I shared that I am currently recovering from a surgery I had on Monday. I knew that for Valentine’s Day I would be in bed resting and unable to really go anywhere so I took some time the previous week to put together a fun craft that I could also use to give the kids for Valentine’s Day.
I gathered some of my favorite crafting supplies:
Quilted Mason Jars
Rust-Oleum Linen White Chalked Paint
Steps for creating the mason jar canisters:
1.) Paint each mason jar and it’s lid
2.) Using e6000 glue adhere the cabinet door knob to each mason jar lid
3.) Lightly sand each mason jar
I filled each canister with a different flavor of M&M candies for them to all enjoy.
Once the kids devour the candy I will find another place in the house to use the canisters. I love how they feel Spring like too. I am craving warmer weather and can’t wait for Winter to head out next month!
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24 thoughts on “DIY Mason Jar Canisters”
I made some cute jars with cabinet knobs but didn’t paint them. How well does the chalk paint stay on the Mason jars? Thanks! Visiting from Saturday Sharefest!
The chalk paint covers the jars really well with two coats. I have a Mason jar that I painted with white chalk paint over three years ago and I use it as a candleholder… It has held up great too!
Such a good idea! The jars look stunning!
Thank you Christina!
This is super cute! How does the paint hold up in the grooves?
I used two coats of chalk paint and because it is thicker it fills the grooves of the jar really well.
I love those tall jars, I have a few. I will have to try the Rustoleum Chalk Paint, as that is my go to brand for most everything. Great project, Sandi
Such a cute craft idea! And, the jars look great on your counter. I really like the addition of the pulls on top of the lids.
Your DIY Mason Jar Canisters look great! I love the knobs. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. I’ll be featuring these at today’s party. Hope to see you there!
Thank you Beverly!
These are really cute! I love the added detail of the knobs. Thanks for linking up with Merry Monday; I’m featuring your project in my round-up for this week’s party, which goes live tonight!
Thank you so much!
Such a pretty DIY and they look very high-end.
Now this is absolutely adorable! Looks great!
Thank you Lisa!
Love these jars.
Thank you Clearissa!
Would you be able to recommend where I can locate these jars?
Did you glue the flat and the ring together, so it is one piece lid?
Love these:)Did you cut off the knob post and then glue just the knob?
Hi Laura! I removed the screw used to attach the knob to a drawer and then just glued the knob to the jar top.