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DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece Tray

By: Michelle Franscella from thepaintedhinge.com
DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece Tray
DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece Tray
This image courtesy of thepaintedhinge.com

If you've been looking for a fun way to decorate your table, you have to try this DIY centerpiece project. This DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece Tray is absolutely charming and easy to make. With just a few pieces of scrap wood, you can whip together the tray to display your flower-filled mason jars. Mason jar projects make great DIY home decor, and this one is no different. Your new mason jar centerpiece can be used for any season or holiday; just substitute out what you put inside! Try this easy woodworking project for your home.

From the blogger: "Check out this tutorial to make this gorgeous DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece Tray! It's super-easy to make and you can use scrap wood you already have!"

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueHome Decor

Easy

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How cute! I love this idea for spring.

How cute and simple! i love how versatile this idea is for your home. You can use these vases and tray as a centerpiece for any occasion you wish. Items that you can switch out by season like it suggests are awesome because you do not have to take it down, just replace what you have inside the mason jars with something for the new holiday. You can even make trays to match each room or the decor for a particular style.

What a cute idea for Spring, Easter, Mother's Day, etc. I like that you can use mason jars, which most of us have on hand now. I am not too handy with building anything, but I think I'll look at a thrift store, for some kind of tray/drawer that would look like this. Then I just need some cute wildflowers.

This centerpiece is so cute! I think that I would really like to try these as rustic wedding centerpieces. I think that it would look beautiful to use hydrangeas and baby's breath as the flowers. I also think it might be cute to add a bit of twine or ribbon around the top of the jar for a little added touch. This is a great, affordable tutorial to try. I will definitely be using this one over and over again. So cute!

I love this idea! Any excuse to use mason jars is something I can get behind.

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