Christmas Crafts & Happy National Mason Jar Day!

Christmas Crafts & Happy National Mason Jar Day!

Mason Jar Ring Christmas Wreath | Erica Robbin

  • Servings: As many as you want
  • Difficulty: Easy
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A creative way to make a Christmas wreath!

Happy National Mason Jar Day! Here are 3 fun and easy crafts/holiday decorations you can create out of each part of a Mason jar. I hope you enjoy!



  • Mason jars that include the jar, lid, and ring (Mason, Ball, Kerr)
  • Christmas material, small patterns and accent colors work well for the wreath and characters are cute for the lids
  • Scissors
  • Yarn, raffia, ribbon, or felt for bows and hangings
  • Craft paint (optional for painting lids and jars)
  • Craft glue for gluing material and hanging loops onto back of lids
  • Christmas ornaments or buttons (optional)


  1. Wreaths: Cut material into several strips about 20 cm long and 1.5 cm wide. Tie strips around ring. Use yarn, raffia, or ribbon for a hanging loop and bow as desired.
  2. Lids: Paint background or entire lid. Can also cut and glue characters from material onto lid. Glue a hanging loop onto back. You can also use soup can lids as well.
  3. Jars: Paint or decorate with various Christmas material, adding yarn, raffia, ribbon, or felt as desired.
  4. Have fun adding Christmas ornaments or buttons to any of your crafts!

Mason jar ring Christmas wreath © 2018 | All rights reserved.



Finished projects

Let me know if you make any of these Mason jar Christmas crafts! And also be sure to let me know what crafts you plan on making for the upcoming holidays!

3 Mason Jar Ring Crafts © 2018 | All rights reserved.

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2 responses to “Christmas Crafts & Happy National Mason Jar Day!”

  1. Unboxing the Bizarre Avatar

    Woohoo! – best day ever! TY for sharing the love for our holiday! We were very excited to see how people celebrated the day!

    1. ericarobbin Avatar

      It’s really neat, I’m excited that you were able to make it a day to celebrate!

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