DIY OF THE WEEK: Metallic Mason Jars & Party Tassels

Are you looking to host a holiday party OR planning your next celebration? If so, I have THE cutest DIY decorations for you. All you need is a couple of dollars, a little bit of time, and a lot of patience to make these cuties.

Mason Jars Turned Into Flower Vases

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  • What you’ll need:

1. Mason jar(s)

2. Metallic Spray Paint

3. Newspaper

 

  • Instructions:

Go outdoors with your materials. Spread your newspaper on a flat surface in a safe area. Then, spray. Finally, set it aside to dry. That’s it. Easy right?

  •  Other use:

1.  Place your make-up brushes inside of your mason jar.

2. Jazzy up your work desk by placing your pencils, pens, markers, etc inside of your mason jar.

3. Add a cute ribbon with a bow around it to give it more personality.

 

Party Tassels

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  • What you’ll need:
  1. Tissue Paper
  2. Scissors
  3. Twine
  4. Hot Glue gun
  5. Glue sticks

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  • Instructions:
  1.  Take 1 sheet of tissue paper and fold it vertically (Paper should fold across).
  2. Make sure it’s even. No sloppy work. Presentation is everything.
  3. Fold it horizontally (Paper should be folding up).
  4. Then, fold it vertically (paper should be going across).
  5. Cut upwards towards the folded part. Be sure to stop midway (I wish I could give you some fancy measurement talk. But I suck in math K).
  6. Roll the tip of the uncut paper.
  7. Twist around to make a hole.
  8. Put some glue on it to make it stay.
  9. Slide the tassel on your twine and continue steps 1-8 for more tassels.

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Made with love.  XO

P.S.

All materials were purchased at Michaels and at the Dollar Store.



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