18 pretty flower arrangements in mason jar



Country life staff

You better go and get all the mason jars you can find because you’re going to want to make each of these cute displays for all of your summer parties, family reunions, and outdoor weddings. Here, you’ll find simple and beautiful ways to display wildflowers, sunflowers, lavender, peonies, and more.

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Floral Vase

This super easy display idea will enhance any bouquet. Cut the flower patterned fabric into half-inch strips. Adhere to the inside of a 16 oz regular opening jar with Mod Podge. Fill with flowers.

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Metal milk carrier

Pair pink and white flowers with vintage blue mason jars to create contrast in this simple arrangement.

Get the tutorial.

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String Vase

Pair dusty roses with twine or burlap to create this country centerpiece. Start by wrapping twine around the vase, then hot glue in place.

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Golden vases

Apply faux or real gold leaf to the mason jars in patches with a small brush to create the look shown here. The imperfections here give these jars even more shabby chic charm.

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Wooden box

Line a wooden crate or old toolbox with mason jars and fill them with your favorite flowers in soft hues. Want a low maintenance centerpiece? Instead, use artificial or paper flowers.

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Shaded hydrangeas

Perfect for an outdoor party or wedding, these fence lined mason jars can be filled with hydrangeas in the classic ROYGBIV order.

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Lemon Lined Centerpiece

This easy DIY project will take your table to the next level. Bonus: it smells as good as it looks.

Get the tutorial on Rue Now.

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Lavender Flower Mason Jars

We don’t know which is more beautiful: the lavender flowers painted on the mason jar, or the real ones inside.

Get the tutorial on It all started with Paint.

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Sunflower and lace arrangement

Nothing says summer like a sunflower. Take it a step further by adding burlap and lace.

Get the tutorial on Celebration Flair.

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Arrangement of gingham falls

This easy-to-make flower arrangement could be your next must-have gift. Simply tie a piece of gingham fabric around your mason jar and add a bouquet.

Get the tutorial on Pretty cool life.

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Lavender and wheat arrangement

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Bouquet of butterflies

Baby’s breath + butterflies + a painted mason jar = your next DIY obsession.

Get the tutorial on Designed Improvised.

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Shade arrangement

Pick a pretty shade, then use flowers from that color family to inspire this design.

Get the tutorial on Love Mason Jar Crafts.

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Colorful centerpiece

This simple centerpiece is perfect for bridal showers, Sunday dinners and everything in between.

Get the tutorial on Town and Country Living.

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Turquoise mason jar aisle decor

Make this beautiful arrangement, tie some yarn to the edge of the pot, and hang it on the chairs at your next outdoor party.

Get the idea at Something Turquoise.

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Patriotic mason jars

This flower arrangement is the perfect decoration for your 4th of July party.

Get the tutorial on My frugal adventures.

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Arrangement of burlap and twigs

With just a piece of burlap and a few sticks from the garden, you can make a beautiful flower arrangement that is suitable for any occasion.

Get the tutorial at Duke Manor Farms.

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Timeless roses

Hydrangeas, wax flowers, roses, and lemon leaves are all you’ll need to create this classic arrangement.

Get the tutorial on Two Purple Couches.

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