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These floral decal mason jars are a wonderful way to bring a touch of spring charm to your home decor using upcycled and dollar store supplies.

Flower Decal Mason Jars

Grab some old glass spaghetti jars and dollar store floral wall decals to make a pretty mason jar centerpiece.

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three floral mason jars filled with greenery and wood beads

Whether you’re planning a romantic dinner, a garden-themed party, or simply want to brighten up your living space, these beautiful jars can transform any room into a blooming paradise. In this blog post, I’ll guide you through the process of creating your own floral decal mason jars.

floral mason jars with green lids

Why I LOVE Mason Jar Crafts

Mason jars have become a versatile and popular item in the world of DIY crafts and home decor. Their rustic appeal and versatility make them a perfect canvas for creative projects.

This craft is no exception, and It’s only made better by adding Dollar Store supplies. Get ready to add a touch of elegance and nature to your home!

Materials you’ll need for this project:

supplies to make flower decal mason jars
  • Jars – Any kind of glass jar will do. I use a few marinara jars from Aldi. I can’t be the only one who buys certain food items at the grocery store ONLY because I like the jar they come in, right?!?!
  • Decals – These pretty flower decals come in a pack of 2 at Dollar Tree. Since you only need 1/2 of a decal for each jar, you can make up to 4 jars with only one decal sheet set. What a deal!
  • Twine, hot glue, and green chalk paint to finish off your look – I used Waverly chalk paint in the color moss. It was the perfect hue to compliment my flower decal stickers.

**Can’t find flower decals at the dollar store? Don’t worry! You can easily use pretty scrapbook paper, a printed image of a flower, or large stickers from the craft store. If using paper, use Mod Podge to adhere your image to the glass, let dry, and then seal the decal with another coat of Mod Podge.

My finished Dollar Store Flower Decal Mason Jars:

mason jars embellished with large pink flower stickers and natural twine

Creating your own floral decal mason jars is a simple and enjoyable craft project that allows you to infuse your living space with a touch of natural beauty.

wood beads in a mason jar embellished with flower stickers and green paint

With just a few materials and a little creativity, you can transform ordinary glass spaghetti sauce jars into stunning decorative pieces. Give it a try and watch as these charming jars add a unique flair to your home decor.

three floral mason jars willed with greenery and wood beads

Flower Decal Mason Jars

Yield: 1 jar
Active Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Difficulty: easy

These floral decal mason jars are a wonderful way to bring the charm of spring and summer blooms into your home decor - using upcycled and dollar store supplies.

Materials

  • Jars - mason jars, old spaghetti jars, etc. Something with at least two smooth sides will work best
  • Flower wall decals - from the dollar store
  • Twine
  • Optional: Green chalky finish paint - Waverly color "fern" (if you want to paint the jar lids)

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • Optional: Paint brush (if you want to paint the jar lids)

Instructions

  1. Watch the video tutorial before you begin, and let that be your visual guide for this project.
  2. Wash your jar thoroughly and remove the label. If you like, you can use goo gone to remove any remaining sticky residue.
  3. While still on the paper backing, cut a flower decal in half. Then smooth a decal half over the jar, leaving about 1-inch of jar exposed at the bottom.
  4. Use hot glue to secure the end of a piece of twine to the jar - right under the decal cut edge. Begin wrapping the twine around the jar, securing with hot glue as you go. When you reach the bottom of the jar, cut the twine.
  5. OPTIONAL: Paint your jar lids with chalk paint. Let dry
  6. Repeat to make as many jars as you like. NOTE: these flower decals came in a 2-pack. If you only use half a decal on each jar, you can make 4 jars with one decal pack.
  7. Display your jars with faux or fresh greenery or flowers, wood beads, or anything else you like.

step by step making flower decal mason jars

Notes

**Can’t find flower decals at the dollar store? Don’t worry! You can easily use pretty scrapbook paper, a printed image of a flower, or large stickers from the craft store. If using paper, use Mod Podge to adhere your image to the glass, let dry, and then seal the decal with another coat of Mod Podge.

More Spring and Summer Mason Jar Crafts:

Discover great ways to spring into the new season with these spring mason jar crafts. They’re quick, easy, and inexpensive projects that are too cute to not try.

Grab your stash of jars and have a go at making some of these adorable summer mason jar crafts. They’re cute, inexpensive, and are a unique way to decorate for the summer season.

Don’t forget to PIN these flower decal mason jars for later:

How to make flower decal mason jars

More Dollar Store Wall Decal Craft Ideas:

  • Use dollar store supplies to make a custom framed wall decal reverse canvas craft to decorate your walls in a new unique way.
  • Transform an ordinary Dollar Tree serving tray into a blooming work of art with this dollar store flower decal tray embellished with wall stickers.

5 Comments

  1. These jars are absolutely stunning! I love pretty jars, too, and I’m buying spaghetti and cream sauces in pretty jars that actually have the “Mason” logo embedded. I’ve been saving mine, and this is such a great way to reuse them. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity. I read your blog everytime you post. Keep up the inspiration! I bet some readers never email, but I want you to know how much you inspire me.

  2. I do a lot of jar projects, as well as wine bottles. I soak in soapy hot water for several hours. Label comes off . I use a Chore Boy scrubby with dish detergent to get the glue off. When that’s done, into the d/w for a thorough wash. Perfectly clean n odor free!!

  3. I’m a longtime fan and just love every project you post, especially the fact that they’re always easy and use items that I can find around the house or at the dollar store. This is such a lovely way to use up some of the many jars I’ve saved. As you can imagine, I was happily surprised to find the flower decal at the first dollar store I stopped at – which NEVER happens! Can’t wait to make this!

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