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Halloween Washi Tape and Mason Jar Rings Wreath

Decorating with mason jars seems to be quite the trend these days. When I came across this Mason Jar Wreath pin from Jen at Tatertots and Jello, I couldn’t wait to make one of my own. Seeing mason jar rings reminds me of my first canning experience.

Halloween Wreath - Make this darling Halloween wreath with mason jar rings and washi tape. #Halloween #Craft #DIY

We were living in Renton, Washington at the time and a friend of mine asked me if I had canned any apples or peaches yet. She was surprised to find out that I had never learned to can. She asked me, “Didn’t your Mom teach you about canning?” My mom has taught me many wonderful lessons, but canning was not one of them.  My friend said “you can’t live in Washington and not can. I am going to teach you”.

The next week I found myself canning apple pie filling and peaches. I ended up with more pie filling and peaches than I thought we could possibly eat. I’d heard so many times that home canned foods taste so much better than store bought canned food. About 1 month later I got out the apple pie filling and made a beautiful apple pie. After dinner I put a scoop of ice cream on everyones pie and we dug in. IT WAS AMAZING!

The next morning we had some of my canned peaches with breakfast. I couldn’t believe how great they tasted, the kids gobbled them up and asked for more. We had no problem going through every can of apple pie filling and peaches! It has been years since I have canned anything, so I had to make a trip to Walmart for mason jar rings.

Supplies

  • 32 Canning jar lids. The lids can be purchased at the grocery store or at Walmart.
  • Spray paint – I used 4 colors, black, orange, purple and white.
  • Washi Tape – I used 6 different colors and patterns. ( I purchased mine at Michaels in 2-packs)
  • Ribbon –  used to tie the lids together and to make the bows.

Directions

  • Divide up the canning jar lids into 4 different piles
  • Paint each lid a different color. I made 6 purple, 6 orange, 6 black and 18 white. Let them dry overnight.
  • Wrap washi tape around the white lids. If the washi tape end are not staying together, you can add a small dot of hot glue to the end.
  • After you put the washi tape on string up the rings with ribbon.
  • Cinch the ribbon tight so the rings create a wreath shape. Then tie the ends.
  • Make your decorative bow and glue it on.

This wreath is perfect for smaller spaces, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in Halloween pizzazz!

Yes, This Pin Rocks!

Want even more Halloween ideas? Check out these great ideas we did last year, Halloween Tulle Wreath, Twinkie Mummies, Glitter Pumpkins, Head in a jar Illusion, Front Door Mummy, Halloween Tomato Cage Trees  and Improving a Cheap Plastic Cauldron.

 

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Comments

  1. Your wreath turned out adorable! I think I’m gonna have to put this on my to-do list.

  2. Love it! It turned out super cute!
    Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse Party! I’ll be featuring this tomorrow! :)

    • Allison,

      Thank you, I’m thrilled that you will be featuring my Halloween wreath today! Have a great week. Tracy (the middle sister)

  3. pretty,pretty,pretty… xo

  4. This is so great! Love it!! Coming over from A Glimpse Inside link party.
    All the best ~ Sharon and Denise http://bebetsy.com

  5. Very clever. I’ve seen them used for making pumpkins but never a wreath! Fun idea! I’d love for you to come join our Halloween Party!!!

  6. Sooooooooooooo cute! I love the color combinations! I really like the purples. I’m pinning this!

  7. Beautiful! I love your color choices. Thanks for linking up to Gingerly Made’s Show & Tell.

  8. Wow! Simple idea but what an impact – great idea, Tracy :)

  9. This is adorable and will be FEATURED on Tasty Thursdays this week. The party goes live tonight…pass the word!! Thanks for linking up. Nichi – The Mandatory Mooch

  10. This is so genius and completely adorable! Thanks for linking up, I’m featuring this post at our blog hop tonight!

  11. What a fun idea and great way to use up washi tape! Featuring this when my link party opens up tonight.

    • Thank you so much for featuring my Mason Jar Rings Wreath! This was my first project with Washi Tape and I LOVE it! Tracy (the middle sister)

  12. Tracy,

    You mason jar lid wreath is so super awesome!!!! I love and adore!!! Oh, and can I feature it on my other blog, Mason Jar Crafts Love? It’s just one pic and a clear link back! Let me know!

    :) Linda

    • Linda,

      Yes, of course you can feature my Mason Jar Rings Wreath on your Mason Jar Crafts Love blog! Thanks for the highlight, Tracy (the middle sister)

  13. Tracy, I featured you today! Thanks so much for linking up to Monday Funday! Stop by to grab a feature button! xo

    http://www.thatswhatchesaid.net/2013/12-fall-halloween-wreaths/

  14. Unfortunately I helped my mother can so many zillions jars full of vegetables, fruit and more that I have an absolute “allergy” to ever owning canning rings again! I’ll just enjoy your very cute, colorful and adorable wreath! Pinned!

    • Charlene,

      Funny, it’s all about perspective! I’m allergic cleaning with no solution in sight. Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Tracy (the middle sister)

  15. autumn8960 says:

    Stopping by to let you know that this project has been featured in my Halloween Crafts Round-up over at Krafty Cards etc. I would love for you to stop by and check out some of the other features. http://kraftycardsetc.com/2013/10/20-spooky-halloween-crafts.html
    Thanks so much for the inspiration!
    Maria

  16. I featured your super cute wreath today on Mod Mix Monday at Mod Vintage Life!

  17. Oh wow.. I better get started collecting some jar lids.. ;)

  18. I must be another Pinterest failure. I have tapemy rings, counted them out, put them on twine and they look like a line of rings on string ! What have I done wrong?!?! I don’t deal well with failure …help , please and thanks!!

    • Hey Ricki!

      You haven’t failed! Try using different lengths of twine to see if it will look better. I had to “play around” with mine for a little while to get it to look the way I wanted, keep in mind it’s not supposed to look perfect! Try stringing the lids on the twine while the lids are laying on your counter top, then cinch the string tight, arrange the lids again if needed and then lift your wreath off the counter. You may have to do this more than once, but eventually it should work for you! Hope this helps! Thanks so much for following us! Tracy

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