Even the Easter bunny might be fooled by these mason jars. Paint the jar orange and the Mason jar’s ring green—you don’t need the lid part. Wait until everything dries and screw the ring onto the jar. Place flowers in the vase so it looks like the top of a carrot.
Use colorful washi tape to make traditional Easter shapes, like a bunny or an egg. Paint the jars and let dry. Then layer strips of washi tape onto the freezer paper, apply decoupage on top, and let dry. Cut out the Easter shapes and carefully remove the washi tape from the freezer paper. Place it on the jar and add another layer of decoupage to secure.
Kids will love these animal Mason jars. Spray paint or use glass paint on the jars and let dry. You can use a Cricut machine to create the faces of the “animals,” or use stickers or paint if you don’t have a machine. Fill them with flowers and group in the middle of the table, or place on your Easter buffet and stick straws or utensils in them for guests to serve themselves.
These will look great on your table, plus the planters can be displayed for the rest of spring and summer. Paint the bottom of the jar in pastel hues, so it looks “dipped.” Let dry and then add some river rocks, soil, and the succulent plants. You can even create many of them for guests to take home at the end of the Easter meal.
With bright pastels and playful patterns, these Mason jars will bring some cheer to your Easter table. First, paint the jars a base color and let dry. Use washi or painter’s tape to create patterns on the jar and fill in with a contrasting color. To create the polka dots, use a round foam paintbrush. Fill them with fake grass for an Easter look, or a bouquet of your favorite flowers.
This easy centerpiece will look great on your table all season long—all you have to do is change out the flowers every few days. Take two round paper doilies, wrap them around the Mason jar, and secure with a burlap string. Fill the jar with colorful and in-season blooms, like these yellow and white tulips.