This Mason Jar Fall Luminary is the perfect addition to your fall decor!
I’ve been so inspired by all of the beautiful fall decor that has been popping up in stores lately! The crisp, warm colors of fall are so inviting. I don’t have a lot of fall decor and this year I am bound and determined to change that. I whipped up this cute Mason Jar Fall Luminary in no time at all!
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Materials needed to create Mason Jar Fall Luminary
I began by cutting out a maple leaf of adhesive vinyl with my Cricut Explore. If you don’t have a cutting machine, you can trace and cut out a leaf design on adhesive vinyl.
Apply the cut vinyl maple leaf to the smooth side of the mason jar.
Pick an acrylic paint color that you want to use. I chose persimmon for fall.
Pro tip: I use a foil cupcake liner for my paint! It makes clean up a breeze!
Begin painting a thin coat of paint on the mason jar.
Be sure you allow the paint to dry completely between each coat. Otherwise, it will clump and pull away from the glass. It took about 3 coats for it to be completely covered.
Once the mason jar is dry, gently peel away the vinyl leaf decal. Touch up any rough edges with a small paintbrush.
I added some corn kernels to the bottom and placed the votive candle inside like I did for my Thanksgiving mantel. Add some twine or ribbon around the top of the jar to finish it off!
Super cute and adds just a hint of fall color and decor to any home! Plus it looks beautiful lit up in the evenings!