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Diy Mason Jar Flower Vase: the perfect excuse to have fresh flowers in your house all year long.
This post is brought to you by BloomsyBox but all opinions are mine.
There’s just something about a fresh bouquet of flowers that makes me smile. I love the colors and the smells they bring to the home. I had the chance to try out Bloomsybox and wanted to share a fun diy mason jar flower vase I made to go with the beautiful Asiatic Lily flowers I received. I love how they sent them barely open so that I can enjoy them longer. The buds began to open after only a couple days.
If you haven’t heard of BloomsyBox it’s a monthly subscription service to receive farm fresh flowers and seasonal appropriate buds. Every month you will receive a new type of flower and they even send direction cards for helping your flowers last the longest.
The mason jar flower vase is such a pretty way to showcase your beautiful bouquet and can be placed in most any room as long as it’s near some sun and water you are good to go!
- Wooden Board
- Pint Size Mason Jar
- Pipe Clamps
- Hanging hardware
Begin by painting the outside of your mason jar in the color you desire, you may need a couple coats. Cut your wooden board to the size your desire. I wanted some of the wood to show on the top even when it was filled with flowers. I painted it a pretty agua blue and dry brushed it with some white paint and allowed it to dry. My wood board has it’s imperfections and that’s what I love.
Once the wooden board was dry I decided where I wanted the pipe clamp to go and I screwed it in place. I inserted the mason jar and tightened the pipe clamp so the mason jar was steady.
Add your hanging pieces to the back of the board and hang your new mason jar vase on the wall. Make sure you hang your vase where this a stud as the flowers and water can make the board a little heavy. Aren’t these flowers just gorgeous! This mason jar flower vase is the perfect excuse to have fresh flowers in the house all year long!
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