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Mason Jar Vase

Mason Jar Vase

It's always amazing to see what you can do with a bit of color and a good idea. For example, Mason jar DIYs. Here, a DIY Kilner jar vase is painted in light turquoise and decorated with wood veneer.

  • Large glass jar 
  • chalk paint for glass
  • brush
  • wood veneer residue
  • scissors
  • ruler
  • pencil
  • tesa® handicraft tape

Time: approx. 30 minutes + 3 hours drying time.

This Is How We Do It:


For these preserving jar vases, we need:
Large glass jar, chalk paint for glass, brush, wood veneer residue, scissors, ruler, pencil, tesa® handicraft tape.



Step 1


Wash the glass and paint it with several thin layers of chalk paint. Allow to dry and burn in the oven as instructed by the paint manufacturer.

Step 2


Apply a strip of handicraft tape on the back side of the wood veneer.

Step 3


Measure the area you wish to cover on the glass and transfer the measurements on paper. Divide the area into triangles at a distance of about 0.5 cm. Cut out a triangle and use it as a template. Transfer triangles to the wood veneer using a pencil and cut them out.

Step 4


Carefully remove the protective foils from the adhesive tape on the triangles.

Step 5


Glue the triangles in the designed pattern onto the glass.

Step 6
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