Pastel Mason Jars And Floral Styling

Friday is upon us once again and in our home that usually means a food fest, always flowers and most certainly wine:~). With my birthday this past week there is still plenty of the aforementioned left to hold us over...

There are flowers in all states of freshness around here, and one of my favorite things to do with flowers that are passing their prime is to cut them down and arrange them with shorter stems...


 It gives the blooms a couple of extra days of time when I snip with my cutters and add clean water. For these pastel Mason jars...


that are perfect for Spring, I simply spray painted a few extra jars and added some silver German glass glitter by taking a flat sponge toss away brush dipped in school glue and then sprinkle with glitter...
There are so many ways to use these jars and I never tire of adding color to my home with them! 

I posted about lots of different ways to use Mason jars HERE for flower arranging...


These blooms are from several weeks ago and have dried so nicely! The jars are old jars ..."dug up" as they are often referred to, and have a great amount of timeworn patina and sheen...


I have another flower arranging post coming next week that I think you'll enjoy...so watch for that, and sign up for our new mailing list up above! 

Enjoy your weekend...

4 comments

Karen said...

I love your idea of painting the ball jars and putting the glitter on them. I can imagine a whole row in one color, using them at weddings or other delightful celebrations (Mother's Day), and even for Christmas! Thank you for sharing.

Nellie said...

I've certainly plenty of those Mason jars, but never thought about painting them or trimming them in glitter. Sending you belated happy birthday wishes!

DD's Cottage said...

Love the glitter on the pretty jars!

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi girl! So excited to see your visit over at my place, as for your beauty and creativity it's always inspiring.
I am now in an amazing earthy hippy like pottery class award winning potters are now teaching me to throw some clay, and doing quite well with it. :)
I will share it down the line, it's such a long creative process, not like my other pieces I can put together and share in good time.
Love seeing all the exciting things you are creating and what you are up to!

See you soon.

Xx
Dore

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