Mason jars are the best. What is not to love, they are the perfect storage container for just about anything. Also, when I get a jar from my mom there is a good chance that it might already be filled with yummy jelly or jam or salsa or something else equally as good. And that makes the jar that much better.
But for this DIY I am using empty jars that will be filled with candy corn. For us the candy corn season is a major event. And yes, we celebrate the candy corn season very enthusiastically, from beginning to end.
I decided to make a festive mason jar that can hold our yummy candy corn and look cute at the same time. Also, we live in a very small house and any decorations need to be small, or very versatile. These mason jars are easy to switch out with the various seasons. In Dec I will show you my Christmas mason jars. So lets get to the tutorial.
- Mason jar. I pick up some at the dollar store and used ones from my mom. Any jars will do as long as they have the lids with them.
- Fake flowers, I picked mums for the fall, but any will do
- Hot glue
- Window clings. Here are the ones that I found at the dollar store, I love how it looks fall and festive, with out being over the top.
- Candy Corn, or any candy you want to fill your jar with
~ First cut off the stems to your fake flowers. You still want the green part under the flower to hold everything together. I used 3 flowers per jar, but depending on your flowers you might use more or less on your jar.
~ Using hot glue, glue the flowers to the top of the jar.
~ using hot glue, glue your ribbon to the ring of the jar. by only gluing things to the jar lid and the ring and not the jar you are able to switch out the lids (rather than switching out the entire jar) for different holidays.
~ add a window cling to the jar for more festivity. Window clings are non permanent and reusable making them perfect for this project.
~ Add your favorite candy and enjoy! That is it! Enjoy this easy DIY for fall!
If you want to know how I made the lanterns you can go to this blog post.
And if you want to know how we made the fireplace mantle you can go to this blog post.