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Welcome to the third annual
12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop!

Stop by every day from December first through the twelfth for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter!

12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop 2018. Intelligentdomestications.com

Meet Your Hosts

They have all been busy as Elves creating, decorating, cooking and crafting tons of new ideas for you to try this holiday season!

Shirley~Intelligent Domestications I Alli~An Alli Event I Michelle~Our Crafty Mom I Marie~DIY Adulation 

Erlene~My Pinterventures I Beverly~Across The Blvd. I Debra~Shoppe No. 5 I Victoria~Dazzle While Frazzled

Megan~C’mon Get Crafty I Michelle~Michelle James Designs I Amanda~Domestically Creative

Deborah~Salvage Sister & Mister I Jeanie~Create & Babble I Sherry~Olives & Okra

Jenny~Cookies Coffee & Crafts I Emily~Domestic Deadline I Bonbon~Farmhouse 40

Leanna~Of Faeries & Fauna I Pam Larmore~P.S. I Love You Crafts I Kelly & Brett~North Country Nest I Marie~The Inspiration Vault

Gail~Purple Hues and Me I Lynne~My Family Thyme I Karen~Dragonfly and Lily Pads I Trisha~Blowing Away Out West

Tomika~Life In Pumps I Rachee~Say it, “Rah-Shay”I
Lorrin~Embrace The Perfect Mess 

Jaime~Love Jaime I Serena~The Weekend Jaunts I Terri~Christmas Tree LaneJessica~A Southern Mother 

Sam~Raggedy Bits I Surya~The Busy Mom Club  I
Cyn~Creative Cynchronicity

Valeria~Val Event Gal I Yami~The Latino Next Door I Jeannee~Centsably Creative I Tania~Little Vintage Cottage

 Lauren~Wonderfully Made I Vanessa~DIY 180 I Kimberly~A Wonderful Thought I Kim~Everyday Parties I Erica~Erica Ever After | Dru~Polka Dot Poplars


DIY Mason Jar Rustic Ornament

We are SO excited to be joining in on this 12 day hop and today is all about ornaments.

If you’re new around here, we have a standard M.O. = the easier and cheaper, the better 🙂

Today’s DIY is no exception.

rustic mason jar ornament

mason jar rustic ornament

We bring you the mason jar rustic ornament, made from… you guessed it, a mason jar top!

DIY rustic mason jar ornament

You’ll need fabric strips, cut about one inch wide and six inches long; twine; scissors; and a mason jar top. Not too bad, right?

rustic mason jar ornament

The main step? Tie the fabric strip in a double knot around the mason jar top.

rustic mason jar ornament

Then, pick another pattern or color and repeat. Your knot tying skills are going to be on fire after you’re finished with this DIY.

rustic mason jar ornament

Work your way around the top until the entire circle is covered.

rustic mason jar ornament

Once you’re done tying, the excess fabric will most likely be all over the place; like your morning hair before you’ve had a chance to run a hairbrush through it.

rustic mason jar ornament

Tame all the craziness by using your fingers as a length guide and cut off the excess.

Please, for the love of God, do NOT cut your finger. We had a few touch-and-go moments during this process but managed to finish unscathed.

rustic mason jar ornament

After your ornament is all trimmed up, tie a loop of twine around it and ta-da!

rustic mason jar ornament

Ready to add some rustic charm to your tree 🙂

mason jar rustic ornament

All our best,


Be sure to visit our fellow 12 Days of Christmas Bloggers below for even more creative ideas this holiday season!


 

8 Comments

  1. Lauren

    Super cute and I love that you could really create an ornament for any style just by changing the type of fabric or ribbon or whatever you tie around it. Also, therapeutic haha — you could sit for hours and do these!

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  2. Trisha LeBaron

    I love these cute wreaths. I think my grandma had these on her tree! Cute vintage design

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  3. Amanda @ Domestically Creative

    Oh my gosh I am in love with these!! I love anything rustic and these are definitely just that. The fabrics you chose are perfect!

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  4. Dru

    So cute! They add a warmth to your Christmas tree.

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  5. Erlene

    Love this! One of my favorite ornaments on this hop. Pinned.

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  6. Megan

    The final result looks so impressive, you’d never assume it was a mason jar lid!

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  7. Debrashoppeno5

    These are so cute. I love the idea because you can use up all of the scrap pieces of fabric.

    Reply

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