Heart Mason Jars
Looking for simple Heart Decor for your home this Valentine’s Day? We have a simple and sparkling idea just for you! Last year we featured a post on how to make Glitter Hearts with Craft Foam, spray adhesive, and glitter. Now all you have to do is attach these sparkling glitter hearts to Natural Twine Cord and hang on Mason Jars! These hearts will look good hanging all around the house but we especially liked them on Mason Jars. Fill a jar with coffee grounds and display it in the kitchen. Or cotton balls for the bathroom counter. Fill with candy and these make great gifts! No matter how you fill these jars, they are sure to add sparkle to your home this Valentine’s Day.
When we said simple, we really meant simple. Start by making some glitter hearts. We made with Red Craft Foam Hearts and Red Glitter. However, you can make these in any color you like. Hearts are available in all colors! In case you missed the step-by-step instructions for the Easy Glitter Hearts (click here). We used pre-cut heart shapes, E6000 Spray Adhesive, and shaker glitter. Oh, make sure you pre-punch the 1/8″ hole at the top of the heart (for the twine) BEFORE you add the glitter:) Spray adhesive dries pretty fast and then you can add Natural Twine for hanging.
Once you have made these Easy Glitter Hearts and they are dry, simple hang on Mason Jars. Adjust the size of the twine to fit pint, quart, or jelly jars. Make sure you make extra Glitter Hearts…you are going to love the way they look on these jars!
Glitter hearts can also be hung on lighted branches, light fixtures, door knobs, mirrors, and more. They are super light-weight. If both sides of the heart will show, make sure you add glitter to the front and back of the hearts. Add some sparkle and make some Glitter Hearts today! Here is all you need…
- Heart Shapes
- 1/8″ Hole Punch
- E6000 Spray Adhesive
- Natural Twine
- Mason Jars & Filler (Candy, Cotton Balls, Coffee, etc)
We would love to see your creations! Post them on our Facebook Page…
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