Painted Wood Mason Jar Door Hanger

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Painted Wood Mason Jar Door Hanger
I'm so happy to be joining a group of talented ladies for a monthly Silhouette Challenge. I love mason jar projects and after living in "The South" for more than 5 years, I wanted to make something that reflected the Southern charm and manners typical of Southerners. What better than a door hanger in the shape of a mason jar to welcome guests with...
I had a friend cut out the shape out of 1/4 inch plywood. Then I painted both sides with some white Waverly chalk paint from Walmart.

I designed the lettering on my Silhouette Designer program. I tried to imitate the fonts that you see on a "Ball" Mason Jar.  I wanted to make sure that I could vary the size of the stencil to fit any sized door hangers I was making for an upcoming craft show.

I used dollar store shelf liner to cut out the stencil with my Silhouette Cameo machine and then transparent shelf liner to transfer it to the piece. I used a makeup wedge and the same white paint to stencil on the lettering.

I painted the mason jar in an aqua color mixing Waverly chalk paint colors I had on hand and the grays for the lid. Now all that was left to do was to drill some holes on the top to add some wire.

I fed the wire from behind and twisted it around a pencil to keep it in place on both sides. I added some red gingham ribbon for a pop of color onto the other piece of wire. Now I have the perfect welcome for our Southern guests.

I hope I have inspired you to get creative with your silhouette machine and make your own door hanger.


Blessings,
Lucy

Make sure to click on the links below for more inspiration for Silhouette projects by my blogging friends...

1. My View From Home - Teacher Appreciation Watering Can
2. Holy Craft - Easy Vinyl and Foil Sign From Old Box
3. Patina Paradise - Painted Wood Mason Jar Door Hanger
4. Dwell Beautiful - Customized Coldplay Song Lyric Tote Bag
5. C'mon Get Crafty - Silhouette Shirt: Silhouette Monthly Challenge
6. Tried & True - Teacher Appreciation Travel Mug
7. Morena's Corner - Silhouette Wall Art
8. Simply (Darr)ling - Easy DIY World Map with Hymn Quote
9. DIY Passion - DIY Cake Toppers and Birthday Banners
10. Dream Design DIY - Hangry Kitchen Tray
11. Pocketful of Posies - Thonet Yardsale Chair Makeover into One of a Kind Office Chair
 


Partying at these locations...














 
MONDAYS
Inspire Me Monday @ Sand  and Sisal
The Scoop @ Stone Gable
Project Inspire @ Cupcakes and Crinoline 

TUESDAYS
Moonlight and Mason Jars @ Cherished Bliss
Inspire Me Tuesday @ A Stroll Thru Life
Wow Us Wednesdays @ Savvy Southern Style
Talk of the Town @ My Repurposed Life
Dream Create Inspire @ Refresh Living
Swing into Spring @ DIY by Design

WEDNESDAYS
Creative Spark @ Two Purple Couches
Share Your Cup Thursday @ Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson
Home and Garden Thursday @ A Delightsome Life
Share Your Style @ The Vintage Nest
Treasure Hunt Thursday @ From My Front Porch to Yours

THURSDAYS
The Creative Circle @ Up to Date Interiors
Vintage Charm @ Charm Bracelet Diva
Shabbilicous Fridays @ The Shabby Art Boutique
Feathered Nest Fridays @ French Country Cottage
Simple and Sweet Fridays @ Rooted In Thyme
The Inspiration Gallery @ craftberry bush
Creativity Unleashed @ Practically Functional
Inspiration Friday @ The Painted Drawer

FRIDAYS
Remodelaholics Anonymous @ REMODELaholic
A morning Cup of Joe @ The Cottage Market
Upcycled Link Party @ Funky Junk Interiors
Inspiration Friday @ The Painted Drawer 
Best of the Weekend @ Sweet Pea

SATURDAYS
Saturday Sparks @ Pieced Pastimes
Share it One More Time @ One More Time Events
DIY Sunday Showcase @ The Interior Frugalista
Sundays at Home @ Love of Home

SUNDAYS
Silver Pennies Sundays @ Finding Silver Pennies
Inspired By You @ Reinvented
Inspiration Monday @ What Meegan Makes
Amaze Me Mondays @ Dwellings
Merry Mondays @ Two Purple Couches
Get Your DIY On @ Confessions of a Serial DIYer



21 comments

  1. I love this project! Great idea and so cute. I love Mason Jars. :)

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  2. Super, super cute! Would make a great house warming gift.

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  3. Cute idea! I'm sure everyone at your next event will love them! Thank you for joining in! I'm pinning your project!

    Cat

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  4. So cute! I absolutely love this!
    xx
    Neelam
    http://patternsandprosecco.com/backyard-rescue/

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  5. You had me at mason...you did a great job with painting the jar! I need a welcome sign now you got me thinking...

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  6. This is seriously the cutest! I love the handpainted details :)

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  7. What a cute project! I love it! I'm featuring you tomorrow night for "Best of the Weekend."

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  8. This is amazing, Lucy! Your hand painting skills are fabulous!

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  9. I love this, and I love that it says "yall". I am from Alabama!

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    1. Glad you like it Sherry, Small world, I am living in Alabama also!

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  10. I collect mason jars and I think this is so cute!! Thanks for sharing at The Creative Circle.

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  11. Love this awesome door hanger! You did such a great job with all the details.

    Thanks so much for sharing your creativity at the The DIY Collective this week! Hope to see you again next Thursday.
    Have an awesome week!
    ~ Ashley

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  12. This is so adorable!!!! Thanks for sharing at Dream. Create. Inspire. Link!

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  13. This is adorable! It's my feature pick for this week's party! Pinning it to the Knick of Time party board as well! :)

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  14. This is seriously so adorable. I love mason jars & would love to make this. Thanks for the DIY tutorial.

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  15. We are in love with anything involving Mason Jars! Very clever and cute. Thanks for partying with us at Merry Monday.

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  16. Ok... I have a silhouette that I rarely use and this makes me want to get busy! So cute and you did a fabulous job. Saw this on the Remodelaholic Friday Favorites and just loved it!

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    1. Tammy, you really should get your Silhouette out. I use it all of the time for my decorative art projects and even my furniture makeover! Have fun!

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