Silver Mason Jars Tutorial

Silver Mason Jars Tutorial

Silver Mason Jar Vases are a great way to decorate or use as a centerpiece for any occasion. The silver is a neutral color, yet it has a gorgeous sheen that will light up any type of event. These DIY Silver Mason Jars are a great and inexpensive project as vases for Weddings, Baby Showers, Bridal Showers, Dinner Parties, Birthdays…the possibilities are vast. I made a few and gave them a vintage shabby chic feel, and I also added some twine as the ‘ribbon’ accent. You can use anything to fit your theme as the finishing touches.

You may also be interested in these other posts: DIY Pastel Painted Mason Jars and DIY Patriotic Painted Mason Jars & Vases. Mason Jars are fantastic and versatile and if you add a little metallic spray paint then you can transform it into a vessel for your favorite flowers.

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Supplies:

Mason Jars

Silver Metallic Spray Paint

Paper / drop cloth

Optional: gloves, goggles, mask

Step 1: Prep your area to paint in and gather supplies and mason jars.

silver mason jars supplies

Step 2: Spray the inside of each mason jar with metallic silver spray paint.

spraying inside of silver mason jarsStep 3: Let mason jars dry for 15-20 minutes. Then if desired, additional layers of metallic silver spray paint may be added to even out finish.

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39 thoughts on “Silver Mason Jars Tutorial”

  • Linda Manns Linneman says:

    This is such a great idea. I love how they look. Thank you for sharing the how to with us

  • I use mason jars for everything, and now I am going to paint them for extra fun. I could see doing a frosting of the glass and using for a candle. I am so excited, thanks for the inspiration.

  • These are too fun. Thank you for sharing this craft with us.

    • they were just gorgeous, and they are so versatile in this color

  • I never thought these mason jars would look so lovely as a flower vase! Thanks for the creative idea!

  • Jennifer Boehme says:

    Love this idea! I would also try the hot glue gun for light amounts of decos on a few. Thanks for the idea, my neighbors will love this too!

  • Beautiful! What an easy and quick project.

  • I recently picked up the supplies needed to make these. I am so excited about this project. Thank you so much

  • Ronald Gagnon says:

    Thank you for the awesome idea..I can both make them for myself or as gifts for others

  • These look really elegant. You have so many good ideas for mason jars!

  • i love mason jars for some odd reason so am definitely going to try this diy.

  • Stephanie says:

    I love the way this looks with the outside clear.

  • Mason jars can be very useful for many things

  • angelica taylor says:

    This looks amazing! Thanks for the ideas!

  • Jasmine Stanford says:

    Ooooohso pretty

  • Richard Hicks says:

    These are really nice looking and hope to make my own soon

  • Sally Wilsey says:

    This would be a great gift for Christmas filled with wrapped Candy Canes and seasonal dry flowers. Thank you for the instructions.

  • Dotty J Boucher says:

    I love this idea and I am loving that you used silver, I think I am going to use this for the upcoming Christmas holiday season for my mantel.
    @tisonlyme143

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