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How To Make Adorable Easter Mason Jars

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It seems DIY and crafting time go hand-in-hand with the Easter season – especially with the kids. Hey, adults love it too! These adorable Easter Mason Jars are the perfect way to spend some quality time with the family or just the perfect decorative DIY for Easter! 

Easter Mason Jars

Adorable DIY Easter Mason Jars

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A dear friend said when she saw how adorable they were, she wanted to hug them! That comment warmed my heart and it turns out it’s so true. The farm animals are too cute not to want to hug – if you could that is! 

I’m going to show you how easy they are to make. They are so cute, I just might have to leave them out all year round!

You will need the following materials:

Easter Mason Jars

1 – Mason Jars – First, you’ll need some Mason Jars. I purchased a case because you can never have enough of them. I love crafting with Mason Jars. Recently, I made these Farmhouse Mason Jars so be sure to check them out too! I linked some various size Mason Jars for you below to check out. The prices are great! 

2 – Chalk Paints – Next, you will need some chalk paint. You can use spray paint too but I love that chalky distressed look so I went with the chalk-type paint for mine. 

I started by painting my Mason Jars with Rust-Oleum paint in Blush Pink CHALKED Ultra Matte Paint. How I love their colors! I used the Blush Pink, Serenity Blue, and Linen White. All you need to do is paint both the ringed lid as well as the base of the lid. Let it dry and apply a second coat. 

Easter Mason Jars

3 – Farm Animals – I was lucky enough to find a cute farm animal Easter kit at Michael’s but if you can’t find one there, you can find one below. Once the paint is dry, glue the farm animals onto the base of the Mason Jar lids. 

Any plastic Easter animals will do! This kit came with paints but I didn’t use them. 

Easter Mason Jars

4 – Easter Decor – I also found some cute crafting products like eggs, straw, cute little baby chicks, etc for embellishments. I used them to decorate the outside and inside of the Mason Jars.

Easter Mason Jars

5 – Glue Gun – I used the glue gun to attach the Easter animals to the lids after I painted them. It was super easy to do and they are nicely secured too.

Easter Mason Jars

If you need to get a glue gun, I link some below. Again, great prices at Amazon – but you already knew that! I’m super happy with the way these adorable Easter Mason Jars turned out. 

Easter Mason Jars
Easter Mason Jars
Easter Mason Jars

When you create your adorable Mason Jars – be sure to stop by and show me. I’d love to see your creations! Let me know if you have any questions in the comments section below. I really do enjoy hearing from each and every one of you! 

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  1. These are the cutest and make me kind of giddy. I think you nailed it for adorable Easter decor. You are right how using the chalk paint made the farm animals and jar lids look so good too.

  2. Those are absolutely adorable! I love mason jars, and you were so creative with these!

  3. These are just terrific! What a geat idea you have here, but they could also be little gift jars in lieu of an Easter basket. The colors for the lids are perfect, too. I must remember this for next year, too!! Happy Easter! Susie

  4. Oh yes, a gift jar would be perfect with these! I’d love to display them all year around. I might just remove the Easter stuffing and display them somewhere cute. So glad you liked them too!

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