Burlap Covered Mason Jars

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These Mason jars are so versatile. Here I have them with silverware in them, but I also put candles or fresh flowers in them.  They are fantastic.

Mason Jar
Little flat flower middles
Hot glue gun
First, wrap the burlap around the mason jar.  Put a line of hot glue on the jar first, then  secure one end to the jar.  Hold the burlap in place for a minute, until the glue is secure.  Then put a line of hot glue on the burlap to secure the other end. Hold in place until it is secure. 
As you can see from this picture, I first tried a piece of twine for the bow at the top.  It looked ok, but I decided to change it after I put the beads on the jar.  Try the twine or a piece of ribbon that coordinates with the color of your beads and see which one you like better.  I ended up with the brown ribbon.
The beads I had here were in the shape of a tear drop.   They fit perfectly together to make the pedals of a flower.  In the center, I had flat medal circles that I purchased in the bead section at my craft store.  They worked great in the middle of the flower.  You could also use a colored jewel.  As long as the back is flat, you will be fine.  I have 5 flowers around the jar.  Depending on what size beads you use, you will need a different amount of flowers.  

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