Festive Summer Mason Jar Vases

Posted by on June 5, 2014 in Contributing Posts | 22 comments

What day is it??  I’ve lost all track of time, dates, and pretty much my mind in general.  Okay, I’m being dramatic.  Life with three boys is going well.  Ben is a sleepy little guy (at least during the day), so he hasn’t added to the daily chaos of our household too much … yet.  His brothers, on the other hand … well, they’re as energetic as ever!  I’m so glad the weather has been nice  …

Anyway … I did make something to share with you today.  It’s been a couple weeks, huh?

It’s a SUPER easy project (I’m all about ease lately) that I’m sharing today over on Oh My! Creative.  I made these chalk painted festive mason jar vases to amp up my decor for Summer!

Festive Summer Mason Jar Vases  |  View From The Fridge

Can you believe this was my first time using Chalk Paint?!?  I swoon over so many other projects I see with chalk paint (online and in person), and have finally tested the waters for myself (though on a very small scale, I realize).

I’d love it if you’d stop over and check out the details (and say hello) over on Oh My! Creative.

In other news … we’ve slowly been adjusting to our small army of {THREE} little boys over here.  Follow me on Instagram for all the latest accomplishments, struggles, and other random happenings.

A quick sampling of our past week:

First Target trip with all three … check.  No one lost.  Only a couple tears.  Several bribes involved.

Superhero Scooter-ing … check.  Why not let the older boys ride with capes and rain boot that are three sizes too big?  Pick your battles wisely!

First Park Visit with all three … check.  We even managed to fit all three boys, two scooters, two helmets, and a bunch of other crap stuff on the double BOB.  I, on the other hand, got quite the workout!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Tomorrow, I have a fun guest post from Erin at The Blue Eyed Dove.  Be sure to stop back to check it out!

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22 Comments

  1. Absolutely adoring the jute wrapped at the top! So cute.
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  2. These are beautiful Katie! I love painted mason jars, especially in these colors they look so Summer-y. And those flowers are amazing inside. I can’t wait to check out the tutorial!
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  3. G’Day from Oz! That is a really gorgeous idea, Katie, and as always your photo is fabulous as well. You are so clever!

    If you have a minute to spare I’d be thrilled if you could pop by and join in with this week’s Say G’day Saturday linky party. It has just started and this would be a fabulous addition!

    Best wishes for a great weekend,
    Natasha in Oz
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  4. I Just love the red plaid flowers for these!! So cute!

    • Thanks, Katie! Have a great week, and thanks so much for stopping by today!

  5. I love mason jars in any color used to store just about anything! Checking these sweet mason jars out from Turn it up Tuesday!

  6. The contrasting color on these jars is so pretty! I love everything about them from the flowers to the rosettes.
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  7. I love these vases! I’ve tried chalk paint on furniture but have yet to try it on vases. This inspires me to do it. Thanks for sharing.
    Melissa @ Simply Sweets by Honeybee recently posted…Slice of Life Sundays: 6-8-14My Profile

  8. Super cute! love the fabric flower~
    Jenna recently posted…Creations, Chippy Shell Side TableMy Profile

  9. I just love the twine and the red flowers! What a fun and beautiful decoration. Perfect for this time of year. I guess I better get crafting.
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  10. These are absolutely darling! I love the addition of the rosette! I’d be thrilled if you linked this up to my Creative Ways Link Party that’s live right now! Hope to see you there!
    Blessings,
    Nici
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  11. These are darling. I am loving the flower detail. Happy to share with my followers!
    Amy @ItsAMindfulLife recently posted…Full Disclosure: Why I Do, What I Do…My Profile

  12. These are adorable. I love all things mason jars. totally Pinning.
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  13. I’m a sucker for mason jar projects, and I just love how the chalk paint accents the writing on the jars. Thanks for linking up at Creative Spark!
    Kristy gd recently posted…Creative Spark Week 6My Profile

  14. These are so cute! We would love for you to come and link up with us at Your Designs This Time! http://elizabethjoandesigns.com/2014/06/designs-time-no-14/
    Emily recently posted…Your Designs This Time – No.14 & GiveawayMy Profile

    • Thanks so much, Emily! I’ll be over to link up … thanks for the invite!! Have a great week!
      XO,
      Katie

  15. These are so cute. I love the stripey rosettes and the blue paint.
    Thanks so much for sharing on Project Inspire{d}! Featuring you tonight!
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    • Love your party! Thanks so much for featuring these! Can’t wait to check it out later this evening!

  16. I am obsessed with these! I definitely plan on giving them a try even though they probably won’t come out as pretty as yours :-) -Doree

    • Thanks so much, Doree!! They were pretty simple … Really hard to mess up (my favorite kind of project!!).

  17. Thanks so much for stopping by Creative Sparks Link Party last week! I just wanted to congratulate you on being featured this week! Make sure to stop by and check it out and link up again this week! http://bit.ly/1vRcF7h
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  18. These are so cute… and pretty! Especially love the rolled flowers! Would love to have you share them at our link party on my blog please! They are so pretty! :)

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