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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Mason Jar Wall Piece

Ever since seeing this diy on Pinterest I've been loving the thought of making something similar.It was perfect timing when we found this old piece of wood laying around that came from our newly redone deck (see background). I made 3" marks to cut the boards into this angle pattern (see below).

Gather: mason jars, hose clamps, knobs (mine are from Anthropologie) and a 9 screws/1 nail. Using two screws on each board, drill them in about 1" from the top and wrap wire to hang it with like a print. Then take the nail and make one of the slits in the hose clamp a little wider so you can screw them into the wood with a drill. Make holes for each knob and screw them in, fasten the jars into the clamps and add whatever you'd like! Hang up and fall in love!

12 comments:

  1. SO FREAKING CUTE. I want to try this when I get home! :D

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  2. Love this! Such an easy way to add character to an otherwise empty space. So going to do this when I have my own place, thanks for sharing!

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  3. Wow! This is lovely! I don't trust myself enough with tools to try it but I love the look!

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  4. La la la la LOVE IT!!! xoxo

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  5. INCREDIBLE idea for a DIY! This would look so pretty in my hosue.

    <3 Cambria
    jupefashion.blogspot.com

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  6. Just wanted you to know your tutorial has been placed here: http://www.shelterness.com/rustic-diy-mason-jar-wall-piece/

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  7. I saw this idea on Pinterest and loved it as well! You did an amazing job!

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  8. hi! i just tried pinning this using the little "pin it" button at the bottom of the post, but the pop-up was totally blank. :( not sure if it's a browser issue (i'm using chrome) or maybe the bookmarklet isn't working properly..

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    1. Hi Jenny! Just added a new feature for pinning pictures. Simply hover over the picture you would like to pin once the page has loaded and go from there! Thank you!!

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  9. Beautiful craft, I want to make a series of this! Wouldn't it be nice to see many of this falling in line right before your eyes when you wake up in the morning?

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