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DIY Floral Mason Jar Centerpiece


Updated April 14, 2017
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DIY Floral Mason Jar Centerpiece
DIY Floral Mason Jar Centerpiece
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This DIY Floral Mason Jar Centerpiece can be used for so many different events and occasions. Whether you are just looking for a new way to decorate, or trying to get ready for a party, this DIY centerpiece is perfect! You can easily put this mason jar craft together in under an hour and have a stunning centerpiece to put on the dining room table. This faux flower centerpiece is also great for parties and since the flowers are fake you can store them and reuse them! 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Mason jar
  • Acrylic paint
  • Glue
  • Styrofoam ball
  • Wire cutters
  • Faux flowers

DIY Floral Mason Jar Centerpiece

Mason Jar Centerpiece Instructions

  1. First, paint the mason jar whatever color you would like and wait for that to dry. 

  2. Taking the foam ball, glue it to the top of your mason jar. To do this, trace around the top of the jar and make a groove in the foam where it will sit. Then add glue to that groove and attach your mason jar. 

  3. While you let that sit to dry, take wire cutters and cut the stems about an inch from the flowers. 

  4. Begin inserting the flowers into the foam ball by pushing the stem of the flower into the foam. Make the cluster of roses as tight as you can. 

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