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Mason canning jar lid Christmas wreath ornaments are great for giving your tree that homemade rustic feel, and can be customized with any color fabric.
If you don’t can food, you may be wondering what to do with those rings from your mason canning jars. It seems a shame to toss them. Surely, they can be used for something.
They can! In fact, you can use them to make these really cute DIY Christmas wreath ornaments.
This is also an excellent craft for using up scrap fabric that you might have lying around.
The rustic look is certainly a favorite and these mason jar lid Christmas ornaments are perfect for that look. They are also so, so easy to make.
Basically, all that you need to do to make these homemade Christmas ornaments is to cut your fabric into strips and then them around the ring. Then, once you’ve tied all the fabric around the ring, cut the fabric to the desired length.
You can make these cute DIY mason canning jar lid Christmas wreath ornaments with any kind of fabric. A buffalo plaid fabric would be perfect for a rustic farmhouse look. You can even use more than one kind of fabric per ornament. Just have fun with it!
If you want, you can dress these up a bit more by adding beads or sequins to look like ornaments on the wreaths. Something like these would be perfect!
Make several to hang from your tree and to give away as gifts.
Mason Canning Jar Lid Christmas Wreath Ornament Supplies
- Fabric of choice
- Mason jar lid ring
Mason Canning Jar Lid Christmas Wreath Ornament Instructions:
Cut fabric into 20-30 strips. (amount will depend on size of mason jar lid and how full you want it.) They don’t have to be exact. Approximately ½ inch wide X 8 inches long is good. This gives enough room to tie without being too short. You will trim length once completed.
Tie each strip to the mason jar lid.
It is best to double tie each one to ensure fabric strips do not loosen and fall off.
Add more strips until the ring is covered. You can push the tied strips together tightly to get a more full look. You will just add more fabric strips.
When all the strips are done being tied, cut around with scissors to shorten to the desired size.
Tie with a long piece of fabric or ribbon to use to hang your wreath on the Christmas tree – or anywhere else around your home that you would like to add some Christmas cheer!
I hope that you enjoyed this fun DIY Christmas ornament craft and that you have a very Merry Christmas!
More DIY Christmas Ornaments:
- Christmas tree ornament
- Dollar store snowman ornament
- Rustic Rudolph wood slice ornament
- Twisted paper ornament
- Lottery ticket ornament (DIY Gift Idea)