This fall leaves mason jar centerpieces tutorial by Better Homes and Gardens on YouTube is so simple and easy to follow along with. This project takes about 5 minutes to make and it’s a great way to upgrade empty jars. I love inexpensive this project is and only takes 5 supplies. It would be fun to have a Fall craft day and make these with friends. You can buy all of these things in bulk so it would be a great way to use the supplies. I’ve always wanted to make these, but I get so lazy and end up buying them at the store. Honestly, it’s best to make your own decor because you’ll easily get satisfied with what you want if you can’t find it at the stores.
- mod podge
- foam brush
- mason jar
- silk leaves
First, cover the jar with mod podge and let it dry for 1-2 minutes until tacky. Apply fabric leaves, smoothing as you go. Then, coat over the mod podge, add more leaves
Next, once dry, tie raffia around the jar and it’s finished. You can add tea light candles inside the mason jar for a different effect.
Overall, these fall leaves mason jar centerpiece are so cute and I love how you can add little candles inside to make it bright. The tea candlelight adds a perfect finish to this mason jar centerpiece. It would be nice to have them lit up at night around the house while watching TV. I love Fall crafts and decor, and you can find these at the store, but it’s always cheaper to make a bunch yourself. Plus, it can get pricey over time. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly project to do around the Fall time, this is perfect.