Mason Jar Wood Cut Out Decor Tutorial

Searching for the ideal mason jar wall decor? How about a wood cut jar decorated with bright fall-colored sola wood flowers?

This craft project is very easy to do. All you need is a wood cut mason jar, sola flowers, twine and a glue gun.

Create yours and get a daily dose of positivity from this bouquet of tangerine and lemon drop-colored flowers

FLORAL SUPPLIES AND TOOLS NEEDED

STEP 1. DECORATE THE MASON JAR RIM

Squeeze a dab of glue slightly above the topmost part of the rim.

Stick the burlap twine then twist and wrap until the rim is fully covered.

Secure the end with hot glue.

STEP 2. ARRANGE THE SOLA WOOD FLOWERS

Start adding the flowers to cover the top part of the jar. Add a drop of glue at the back of the flower. The glue adheres well to the wood base so you only need a pea-sized glue or even less.

Start at the edge and work your way up and around until the board is covered.

Distribute the colors and types of flowers evenly. We are using shades of orange and yellow for a bright fall arrangement.

STEP 2. ADD FILLERS

Insert fillers to create depth and add volume. Trim the star flowers, put together mini bunches then tape the stems. This will make it easier to glue underneath the flowers.

Fill the empty spaces in between the flowers in the middle and around the edges.

Hang on your wall, decorate your door or create a shelf vignette with books and trinkets beside it.