Burlap Mason Jars

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

As I started to write this, it occurred to me that Burlap Mason Jars probably have been done a few times already. So…I googled it, and… I found about a billion different versions of them. Should have known, I’m never really on top of trends. Anyways I’m joining in, and today I have my own version for you (just in time for sunflower season)!

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

You’ll need burlap of any color, (I chose cream because it goes well with our house), jute twine, and a mason jar.

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

First, measure out a strip of burlap between 4-6 inches wide. I found that I like mine the best at 4 inches because there was more jar showing that way. (Note the measuring tape – it’s been through several construction zones and is looking rugged!)

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Next, measure and cut the length to 14 inches.

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Wrap the burlap around the Mason jar overlapping the ends in the back. Cut a piece of jute twine 32 inches long and tie it around the jar, securing the burlap into place.

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Finally, tie the twine into a knot or bow and trim the ends. Now you’re ready to fill your burlap jar with flowers!

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Recently, I was inspired by a friends wedding to make a few projects out of burlap because I love the rustic look that it lends things. Stay tuned for further projects!

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Burlap Mason Jars | Get Inspired Everyday!

Burlap Mason Jars


  • Author: Get Inspired Everyday!
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: everyone

Ingredients

  • 1 Mason jar
  • 1 strip of burlap, 4″ wide x 14″ long
  • Jute Twine – I used a piece 32″ long
  • 1 bouquet flowers

Instructions

  1. Wrap the burlap around the jar, overlapping the ends.
  2. Secure it with the jute twine. Tie the twine in a knot or bow.
  3. Fill with flowers and enjoy!

 

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