DIY Gold Mason Jar Flower Vases

DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases

It’s time for our monthly blog hop.  This month it was my turn to choose the theme for our blog hop.  I chose one of my favorite things – flowers!

Spring has definitely sprung and the abundance of beautiful flowers in the garden is proof!  So we’ve got  10 amazing flower theme ideas for you.  There are ways to display your flowers, ways to make flowers, quotes about flowers and more!  Get ready to pin away and then continue on to check out my step by step tutorial for my DIY Gold Mason Jar Flower Vases.


Washtub Flower Planter from Simply Kierste

If Friends were Flowers Printable from 30 Days

Pretty Recycled Flower Pots from Eighteen25

DIY Gold Mason Jar Flower Vases from Your Homebased Mom

Fabric Pom Pom Flowers from Little Miss Momma

Colander Flower Planter from Two Twenty One

Floral Curtain Hanging Tip from Lolly Jane

Flower Quote Printable from Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke

Button Bouquet from LandeeLu

DIY Quick Flower Favors Gift from Or So She Says

I love to fill my house with fresh flowers, especially in the Spring and Summer when I can just go out into my own garden and cut them.  Right now my yard is full of iris, lilacs, hardy geraniums and my snowball bush is bursting with flowers.   Today’s DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases are the perfect thing to put those flowers in.  I love the touch of gold that is perfect for any room or color scheme you may have going.

DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases

My favorite thing blooming right now are the peonies we planted this summer.  We were able to get some peony starts that were originally in the garden of my husband’s great grandmother.  We put them in our front garden and they are doing amazing!

DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases

The process to make these simple but elegant flower vases is easy.

Supplies needed:  Assorted sizes of jars, blue painters tape, newspaper and gold spray paint.

DIY jars

Step 1:  Use blue painters tape to tape off the areas you do not want paint.  I used a few different sizes of tape.  I also covered the top or bottom of a couple of the jars with newspaper and taped it down.  Works good when you have a large area you don’t want paint on.

Step 2:  Spray paint and allow to dry

Step 3:  Remove tape and paper.

Step 4:  Add flowers

How easy is that!?

DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases


I’m totally loving how they turned out!

DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases

A perfect way to pretty up a mantel, your entry way or the dinner table.

DIY Gold Mason Jar Vases


Leigh Anne


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Leigh Anne
Hi – I’m Leigh Anne! I have been a homebased mom for 30 years since my first baby boy was born! I love working with women and helping to inspire them to achieve their goals and dreams while still maintaining motherhood and family as their number one priority. I blog about everything I enjoy – creating treats and meals in my kitchen, spending time in my garden, entertaining and party planning, reading, self improvement and tips and ideas on style and fashion.
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  1. says

    It was fun being a part of the blog hop with you this month. I really love this idea and have pinned it for later. Gold is so fun right now and with an easy project like this, it’s perfect! Thanks.


  2. says

    Thanks for linking to Create Link Inspire at The Crafty Blog Stalker. You have been featured and pinned! Thank you for sharing.

  3. says

    These are really beautiful, I love that you didn’t completely paint the mason jar, but gave it stripes or dipped it in paint. Looks great!

  4. says

    Oh my gosh, those turned out great! They’re so pretty with the little flowers in them; I love simple projects like this that make such a big impact! I featured this on my blog today, and I’m stopping by to pin it; thanks so much for sharing at Creativity Unleashed!

  5. says

    Hi, there. Love these! What brand/type of gold spray paint did you use? It gave the jars a beautiful, clean look. Thank you!


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