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A frosted Mason Jar hanging from a wooden backing, filled with pink flowers and twinkle lights.

Farmhouse Mason Jar Lanterns

Jane and Sonja
5 from 1 vote
Servings 2 Lanterns


  • 2 4”x12“x1" wood blocks
  • 2 16 oz Mason jars
  • DecoArt Chalky Finish paint in Relic
  • Paintbrushes
  • Sandpaper 28 grit
  • Ruler, pencil
  • 2 Black decorative hooks
  • 2 Sawtooth hanging hardware
  • Frosted glass spray paint
  • Masking tape
  • 2 each Jute twine, 20” and 48” long
  • Faux florals
  • 2 strings Twinkle lights


  • If needed, sand down any rough edges and surfaces of your wood pieces.
  • Paint the entire front surface and sides of the wood with the Relic paint. Let dry.
  • With sandpaper, distress the edges and surfaces of the painted wood pieces.
  • Add hanging hardware to the back of each wood piece.
  • Attach the decorative hook. Set aside.
  • Add some tape around the neck of the mason jar. Lightly spray the outside of the mason jar with frosted glass spray paint. Let dry.
  • Place the shorter piece of twine over the opening of the jar.
  • Wrap the longer piece of twine around the neck of the jar several times, covering the tails of the shorter pieces.
  • Tie the ends of the shorter piece together to create a hanging rope.
  • Place twinkle lights and faux flowers into the mason jars and hang onto the decorative hook. Hang the sconce on the wall.
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