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Christmas Craft – DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar

by Katie Reed

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Welcome to Day 4 of our 25 Days of Christmas! Today I wanted to share a super simple but very fun Christmas craft for your enjoyment. It is a great one to do with the kids, and it’ll add such a fun visual element to your Christmas dinner table this year!

Don’t forget to check out our fun Paper Christmas Trees, our Festive Holiday Cookies or our 7-Layer Cookies!

Christmas Craft - DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar | A Mother Thing

Here’s what you’ll need:

Four Small Mason Jars
Small bottle of Acrylic Paint- White
Small bottle of Acrylic Paint- Red
Small Paint Brush
Blue Painters Tape
Newspaper or area to allow Jars to dry

Christmas Craft - DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar | A Mother Thing

Firstly, paint the jars with the white paint, ensuring an even coating all around.

Christmas Craft - DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar | A Mother Thing

Allow them to dry, at least 2 – 3 hours. Then, take your blue painters tape and tape four vertical stripes up the sides of the jars. Paint the exposed parts with the red paint.

Christmas Craft - DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar | A Mother Thing

Remove the painters tape while it is still slightly wet. Again, allow the paint to dry for about two hours.

And you’re done. This is a great simple DIY to add to your Christmas tablescape, or for Christmas flowers, candy canes and more! The possibilities are endless! 

Christmas Craft - DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar | A Mother Thing

Christmas Craft - DIY Candy Cane Mason Jar | A Mother Thing

I hope you love this simple craft as much as I do. If so, don’t forget to pin it and share it! And come back tomorrow to see what we have in store for Day 5!

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2 comments

Katherines Corner December 13, 2015 - 6:18 pm

thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. Watch for your feature tomorrow xo

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Karen December 13, 2016 - 7:21 am

What a fun idea! It looks so festive with the straws and candy canes. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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