Christmas Mason Jar Lid Ornament

Happy Monday My Crafty Spot readers! It’s Jen from PinkWhen back to share another fun craft for you to try this holiday season. This is such an easy craft, and one you should certainly get the kids involved in. They will love making their own Mason Jar Lid Christmas Tree Ornaments and you will be making years of memories while you are at it.


To get started, you will need to gather a few supplies at your local craft store:

  • Mason Jars (or lids if you can find them separately)
  • Christmas buttons
  • cotton balls
  • glue
  • drill
  • twine


First you will need to grab your drill and lid and make a hole for your ornament.


You should have a small hole like this.

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Then take your glue and tear apart a cotton ball to glue around the lid.

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Once the “snow” has been added to the lid, take the glue and start placing your buttons all around the lid.

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Tie the twine on at the end and you are all ready to share your ornaments from Christmas.

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These are really such cute ornaments, and they are all one of a kind. They don’t take too long to make, and they really are such awesome memory makers. Just think of all of the years to come of looking at your beautiful one of a kind decorations.

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Do you like to make handmade ornaments for Christmas? What is your favorite ornament from year’s past? I hope you and your family create these beautiful Mason Jar Lid Ornaments for your Christmas tree this year! Want to see a few other crafts like these? Make sure to visit!


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Jennifer, is a Southern girl living in Louisiana, and is addicted to crafting. When Jennifer sees something she likes, she has a crazy need to try and make it. With her blog, PinkWhen, Jennifer gets to share all of her addictions of DIY, crafting, upcycling, recipes, healthy living, and more. Jennifer and her husband have four kiddos whom they merged together to become quite the little “Brady Bunch”. Their children include two girls ages 12 and 2 years old, and two boys who are 8 and 5. “I am excited to be able to share some of these ideas with you on My Crafty Spot and look forward to many fun posts!”

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