Christmas Mini Mason Jar Vases

 This Christmas the goal is to incorporate simplicity and bring nature indoors.  One afternoon after walking through our wooded pasture I noticed blooming juniper.

Juniper can be referred to as a shrub but I’m calling ours a tree because it’s about 12 feet, loaded with beautiful greenery and blueberries.  This was such a fun discovery because we’re so limited when it comes to natural evergreens greens down south.

I thought it would be fun to make mini Mason jar vases filled with this greenery.

Decorating Mini Mason Jars

The supply list for this project is simple. Cut the ribbon to size and hot glue the first layer to the jar.

The next ribbon is a quick knot tie, fill the jar with water and add greenery or any filler type flower.  Keep it festive to the season; seeded eucalyptus and heather would also be pretty.

  • Mason Jars with Silver rims
  • Two varieties of festive ribbon
  • Hot glue and scissors.
  • Greenery or Blooming flowers.

If you have an abundance of pint size mason jars taking up storage space this might be a good way to incorporate them into holiday decorating.  Any size jar would work for this project and a variety of sizes would look nice on dining room table.

These vases would also make really neat hostess gifts or something fun to share with the neighbors.  I decided to dress up the kitchen window sill by including a few of my favorite vintage pieces and pine cones.

Keep the holiday decorating simple with Christmas mini mason jar vases.

 

Make Christmas mini mason jar vases with ribbon and natural greens to dress up a window seal or dinning room table#ChristmasVase, #MasonJarsChristmas

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