I have found that the Cricut Joy can help you make some of the cutest decorations for your home. One of my favorite being these painted mason jars.
Easter is right around the corner and you will want some cute and homey decorations for your celebration. I may be biased, but I do suggest cracking out your Cricut Joy and making these.
Not only will you get free step-by-step instructions to help you put everything together, but you will also be accompanied by a free SVG file that you can use.
Just download the SVG file, upload it into design space, and take the instructions from there. You will love how the outcome will look just like the photos you see.
The colors for these jars are so aesthetic and scream out Easter. The soft pinks and yellows resemble the soft warmth of the spring that is coming.
Painted Mason Jars
You can find all of the materials you may need at a craft store near you. I would not suggest using spray paint for this craft because you may not get the look you want.
There is no better way to welcome spring with open arms than by making some decorations to match it. I don’t know about you, but I am done with the cold weather and ready for some spring showers.
Picture this: You wake up and take a look out your window, nothing but sunshine, clear skies, and blooming flowers. You then make your way to your living room where you see these adorable painted mason jars.
The vibes are immaculate and there is not a care in the world. Sounds pretty promising, doesn’t it?
This craft is also easy enough for the kiddos to help out with. Have them wash and paint a mason jar or even help with the Cricut process if they are ready.
Using chalk paint will get you a nice chalky look to your painted jars. Be smooth with your brush strokes, let the paint dry completely, finish your home decor.
Two nice coats of paint should do the trick. I prefer to let the jars dry overnight, and distract myself with another craft while I wait, but that may be a bit excessive.
I’m sure you are really feeling the spring spirit by now, so let me bless you with some more spring and Easter crafts for you to try.