Sunday, September 16, 2012

Pinned it, Made it! Monday ~ Week 9 ~

Hi!  Welcome to the party!  :)  My Pinned it, Made it! Monday project was done while we were in Alabama this weekend.


My inspiration came from my Mason Jar Charm Pinterest board. This was the original pin:

This pin originally came from catchmyparty.com


What's not to love about a mason jar?  I think they're so country and so charming. Everything looks better in a mason jar, right?  :)  Using the above pin for my inspiration,  I wanted mine to have a fall twist and I really did want mine to have  burlap wrapped around it just like shown in this pin but I couldn’t find any this weekend. So, I ended up using a homespun fabric instead with a jute/twine bow wrapped around it.



I started with a quart jar. I went to Hobby Lobby and took advantage of their 40% off fall sale and purchased one small sprig of small fall leaves, one small sprig of fall berries, and a larger sprig with the big sunflower and berries. I put the small sprig of berries inside the jar in the middle and dropped the individual fall leaves that I cut off the other sprig around it inside the jar randomly. Then I placed the big sunflower sprig inside and wedged it inside the berries so it wouldn’t move around. (I also added a piece of tape at the bottom to help it stick and stay in place). Then I cut about a 3” strip of the homespun fabric long enough to wrap around the jar and glued it in place (at the back of the jar). Then I cut a piece of jute/twine and tied a bow. And that’s it! I took me all of about 15 minutes to do it, if that long.  :)

Okay....now it’s your turn! What have you been pinning and making or trying? Won’t you join me for Pinned it, Made it! Monday?

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Thank you for stopping by today!  Have a great week!   :)


♥ Tammy ♥


20 comments:

Karen said...

That looks very pretty! Perfect for fall!

Maple Lane said...

I love this, Tammy! I have an empty peach butter jar that I can do this with! Thanks!

Christie said...

That is SUPER cute! I have a couple simple fall ideas I can't wait to make!

Pendleton Primitives said...

Don't you just love Hobby Lobby?! Your pin turned out so nice and festive. I'll post mine tomorrow, one of them is drying now. Have a great night!
~Christina

cucki said...

So pretty xxx

Wendi said...

Cute! I couldn't agree more that everything looks better in a Mason jar. :)

Have a great Monday!

LynnMarie said...

How pretty! I love sunflowers and the fall ones with dark yellow and orange are my favorite. Great job.

Zaroga said...

A cute idea... I like yours better than the original!

bettyj said...

Love that! I have quart jars and some fall stuff!Another good idea from you and your pinned it and made it.Even I can do this.lol

Karen said...

Hi Tammy,
I must say I love your Fall version so much.
Thanks for sharing.
Karen

Allison said...

It looks great!!

Primitive Stars said...

Hello Tammy, now how sweet is that, looks so charming. Great idea, guess I`ll be looking for some old ball jars today, tee hee. Blessings Francine.

Chenille Cottage said...

Hi Tammy! You are a girl after my own heart. Just a few days ago I bought some sauerkraut and decided to pay a tiny bit more for the s.kraut that was packed in the glass barrel shaped jars...Just so I could use them for Fall displays. I made up my German Casserole today and have already scrubbed the jars. They are sparkling clean and ready for some fall foliage.
I love taking a simple and frugile path and I know you do, too.
Big hugs across the miles,
Carolynn xoxo

Loretta said...

Love this Tammy...very creative!

Michelle said...

Love it! I can't believe how inspiring pinterest is, we have made a lot of things, and my husband has as well!

Cindi said...

So cute Tammy, I may have to "borrow" this idea! I love mason jars!
Be blessed,
Cindi

SweetPepperRose said...

Hey Tammy, I haven't fallen off the planet earth ;/ LOVE your version! I have a ton of empty jars just begging to be 'up graded' into beauties like yours - this is another great idea I will show my daughter for her wedding next fall! thanks for sharing!
JoAnn

Blessed Beyond said...

I love it!!! It is so pretty!! May need to borrow this one. Hope you have a wonderfully blessed week!
Hugs and Blessings,

Paula said...

Oh my~ it is gorgeous, Tammy!
I love it!

Trace4J said...

Love love love!
So cute I will have to make one of those when I get back from my trip.
Hugs
Trace