I've created a new design set for your creative brain. This mason jar printable art for crafting is perfect for all your favorite country chic kitchen crafts. Mix and match the printable art to fit your decor ideas. Personalize the designs with your own hand-stitching or embellishing.
Check out my tutorial at The Country Chic Cottage to learn how to use this mason jar art to make your own easy DIY mason jar tea towels.
Things you can make with:
Mason jar printable art for crafting
- Cute mason jar note cards
- Recipe book bookmarks that look like mason jars
- Gift tags in the shape of mason jars for food gifts
- Mason jar name tags for your next country chic get together
- Party decor with a mason jar theme
- Mason jar garland
- Shrink plastic mason jar jewelry (earrings are my favorite!)
What fun ideas do you have to make with this cute mason jar art for crafting?
More Mason Jar craft ideas:
- Cute mason jar wall art you can make with your Cricut
- Pretty painted mason jar vase
- Mason jar printable pattern paper you can color
Do you need mason jars for your own fun mason jar crafts? Pick the size you need from Ball through Amazon.
2 thoughts on “Mason Jar Printable Art for Crafting”
Thank-you for teaching me it doesn’t have to look totally realistic (i.e. perfect…to be able to see reflections in the glass!!) to be fun and add beauty to my home. Canning jars are perfect decor for this time of year.
All the best,
Want to thank you for the wonderful images for kitchen/tea towels. Will have to be sure to warn the mr.to keep hands off. Can hardly wait to get them made and proudly display in my kitchen.
Who would have ever imagined in these times Ball jars would be so popular and so useful. I was born (1940) in time when they were always used for canning food, or mostly that I know of. Love it that they’re now used for decorating, flower vases, drinking, bathroom accessories, storage, etc. Such useful little shapes of glass.
Have you bought any of the commemorative Ball jars? I have set of pint/quart Blue commemorative along with green quart commemorative jars. Use them for whatever I need at any given time. Have also collected a few of vintage/antique jars , those jars have gone from MT to KY, to CO where we now live. Only one jar has gotten broken in our moves. Saw a beautiful amber Ball jar at an antique shop in MT, wanted that jar but was more than I could pay.
Enjoy rest of week and weekend