Decorative Wall Sconces are still in!
Create a warm and inviting atmosphere in your home with DIY hanging mason jar wall sconces. That is exactly what we are going to do. These DIY wall sconces will feature hand-painted and distressed mason jars and a rustic wood finish.
Oh, I bet you have seen tons of wall-sconce ideas all over the internet especially on Pinterest. Personally, I know I have but this week in the Creative Haven my VIP members were able to submit DIY project ideas of things they wanted to make, and this one was voted in the top 4 by the Creative Haven Members!
OK, I get it! I know as of 2021 lumber prices are through the roof! And for us crafters and DIYers, we are very much into budget-friendly decor projects. I decided to go with 1x3s for this project to keep the lumber cost down.
Home Decor ideas using dollar tree items
I will be using items from the Dollar Tree but you can certainly use items from your craft stash or items from other places where you score some great finds.
DIY Hanging Mason Jar Wall Sconces
There are endless possibilities to make this your own style. You can decide to use a different color paint for the board, a different style hook, or change out the lights and flowers.
Just have fun and get creative with it. This DIY project will be so easy that you will be making a ton of these and these Hanging Jar Wall Sconces would make a great Christmas gift too!
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I know what you are thinking, where is the tutorial wheres the step by step? Well, that is a great question. This is a special project only for Creative Haven Members!
There are plenty of FREE DIY projects on my blog but there are specific exclusive members-only DIY projects that I save just for the Creative Haven VIP members. I hope you consider joining us inside the Creative Haven.
This post may one day be public, but just in case it never does go public, and you want to get in on this creation and make it with me and my creative haven friends, you can get the full how-to tutorial and learn how to make these DIY Hanging Mason Jar Wall Sconces inside the Creative Haven!
June 7th, 2021 Supply List for DIY Hanging Mason Jar Wall Sconces
You will need: (items shown in the photo or any substitution you prefer) Don’t forget, you are not required to use the exact items! “As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.”
- Dollar Tree plant hanger
- Black Spray Paint (I am using Rustoleum Flat Black )
- 2 Dollar Tree Ball Mason Jars (yes, I got mine at Dollar Tree)
- You will need 8 – 1×3’s cut 16 inches
- 2 – 1×3’s cut 10 inches (i had the hardware store cut all my wood for me)
- Jute or twine
- 2 hooks with threads
- 4 quart size paint sticks
- 2 packs of fariy garden lights
- 1 pack of AA batteries
- Brown Paint (I am using burnt umber)
- Glue Gun Surebonder or the Ryobi Mini Glue Gun with Battery Packs
- Hot Glue
- E6000 (optional)
- Scissors / Aviation Snips
- DRILL and DRILL BITS I use Ryobi and Black and Decker tools and accessories
You can order in Bulk at Dollar Tree also if you like!
I can not tell you exactly how much we will use until the project is completed. I give you a list of what I am using. We will discuss in the Creative Haven other alternatives you can use!
Please substitute where you can!
If it is not in your budget to purchase supplies, please get creative and think outside the box! Ask yourself, “What else could you use?” Furthermore, do you have things at home you can use? You can still craft with us! BUYING SUPPLIES FOR THE CRAFTS in the Creative Haven is not a requirement. I simply want you to craft with us and make it your own.
This post may one day be public, but just in case it never does go public, and you want to get in on this creation and make it with me and my creative haven friends, you can get the full how-to tutorial and experience of the DIY Hanging Mason Jar Wall Sconces inside the Creative Haven!
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Until next time happy crafting! XOXO Amber