Tissue Paper Stained Glass Mason Jar – Red, White and Blue Mod Podge Mason Jar.
Did you ever wonder why all the patriotic, red white and blue holidays happen during warm weather months?
I mean, I get the whole Fourth of July on the fourth day of July thing. It’s a real day when a really important event in our country’s history happened.
That whole independence and birth of a nation thing.
But why is Memorial Day at the end of May? And Labor Day at the start of September?
When those events were declared did the declarers have big barbecue and picnic celebrations in mind? Which, obviously, are so much better suited to warm weather months.
Or perhaps they were thinking of the potential patriotic parades (again, better suited to warm weather months)?
Either way, we are entering into the warmer weather months of red, white and blue so I made my very own red, white and blue tissue paper stained glass mason jar in celebration …
Tissue Paper Stained Glass Mason Jar Craft Tutorial
Mod Podge Matte (I used matte finish because that’s what I had on hand)
Star Shapes (you can download and print by clicking here …)
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Cut stars into strips.
Tape onto strip of 12-15 pages of tissue paper.
Cut out star shaped tissue paper.
Repeat with red and white tissue paper.
Use foam brush to add Mod Podge to mason jar.
Attach a star.
Give is a coat of Mod Podge.
Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.
Once you’re done attaching tissue paper stars, give the jar a coat of Mod Podge.
Let dry overnight.
Add a candle and enjoy!
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Pamela @ DIY Vibes says
This jar is so cute! I love the tip of cutting a stencil, I wondered how they looked so perfect. Pinned!
We’ve made tissue paper stained glass mason jars several times but I never thought of using repeated shapes; this is so cute!! I may have to make up a few for utensil holders for summer BBQ’s. Pinned.
This is really a beautiful jar. I was thinking, maybe I can use glitter paper to stick to the surface of the glass jar!