Mason Jar Lid Wreath is a beautiful way to create a non round Christmas wreath in any size to display on your door! Easy to make, this mason jar craft tutorial will help you along to create this fun holiday craft, that even if you can’t craft- you can! See below for how to turn your left over mason jar lids into a fun holiday display.
Mason Jar Lid Wreath
I love holiday wreaths as evident by past crafts like this Halloween Wreath, Turkey Wreath and even New Years Wreath. They are so fun to display not only on your front door but also inside your home on bathrooms and bedroom doors. In fact, one of my favorite indoor wreaths is this candy cane wreath and that one would also make a great mix for your decor. Of course this wreath tutorial is no exception and is so super easy that even a child can assist with (of course not the hot glue, that is for adults!). So gather the supplies below and let’s get started on making this awesome canning jar lid craft!
Materials to create your wreath
- 11 mason jar bands
- 11 green plastic ornament bulbs
- 1 gold plastic ornament bulb
- 4 small red plastic ornament bulbs
- hot glue
TIPS FOR YOUR CRAFT
Before you get started, make sure you have plenty of Mason Jar Lid Bands. You do not have to purchase mason jars to get these. Be careful that you do not just purchase “lids” as often times they lids are one piece with a center or just the top lid and not the band. Here are few we found that are the correct bands you need. While this craft is a small tree wreath, feel free to make yours larger! They are called Canning Bands or Mason Jar Bands.
How to Make a Mason Jar Lid Wreath
Now place canning jar bands on a flat surface in a tree shape.
Continue wrapping yarn around lid rings and secure them together until you have a tree shape.
Finally, add the gold bulb as the tree stem.
Hang as desired.
Because the lids have a natural indentation, you can use a command strip to put on the lids OR if you prefer, add an extra string for hanging.
OTHER WREATH TUTORIALS
Before you go, please check out my other holiday wreath tutorials! Just click the image you are interested in to be taken to the wreath instructions.