Mason Jar wall : Pinterest Challenge, Week 4

I am participating in a Pinterest Challenge with eight other amazing bloggers.  Today I am sharing my fourth project with you, a Mason Jar wall.

Mason Jar Wall hanging, Delineateyourdwelling.com

1. I found a beautiful piece wood at Home Depot and decided to give it a light white wash.  I wanted to see some of the grain shine through.  I mixed one part white acrylic paint and one part water.
2. True to me, I added gold to the edges using a Gold Sharpie.
3. This is where most online tutorials don’t really give much detail.  To attach your wire ring to the board, you have to use a serious drill bit to cut through the metal.  My hubs was shocked I even knew where to find the drill bits.  However, lets just say I’m glad he was at work while I did this portion.
4. I predrilled holes after measuring where each mason jar would go.  Then, using a short screw attach the metal rings to your board.
5. Attach all the metal rings.
6. Add the mason jars.

7 + 8. Add embellishments (mine were Oh Joy’s Target party paper flowers.  I used them on my Newspaper Chalkboard wall) and enjoy!

Mason Jar wall . Delineate Your Dwelling
I’m really excited to hang this in our office + guest room.  I’ll be sharing soon the updates I’m giving to that room.
Mason Jar wall . Delineate Your Dwelling
If you’d like to take a peek at my other projects in this series, see below.
My first project was, Shoes Off Please.
My second project was Lime Cream Popsicles, yum.
My third project was a Key Shadow Box.
My fifth project was a Geometric Canvas Wall.
We have just one week left in our Pinterest challenge.  Have you been able to 
accomplish any of your pins?
MY PROJECTS WILL BE:

Check out my other Pinterest Challenge projects!

17 thoughts on “Mason Jar wall : Pinterest Challenge, Week 4

  1. I just created a similar project this past week with the same jars and pipe clamps, yup those darned stainless clamps are a a pain in the trunk without the right drill bits , I always say it’s better to spend a little more and get the right tools the first time around!

  2. I’ve heard about these, but never seen one. I am using a lot of mason jars to decorate for my son’s wedding. Maybe after the wedding I can create these for Christmas gifts! I’m pinning!

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