DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

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Hey friends!  

It is CRAZY over here, y’all!  We leave in THREE days, and I am running around like a chicken with my head cut off!  Please pray for us!  :)

I have spent almost zero time on my computer this week, but I AM trying to finish some projects at home to share with you while we are gone.  Until then, I am going to do a #throwbackthursday post with one of my favorite projects!  This project is so super easy and inexpensive!  

ENJOY!

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DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

These coasters were so easy and inexpensive to make!

All you need is:

  • Wide mouth mason jar lids
  • Thin sheet(s) of Cork
  • Stamp of your choice
  • Permanent Ink Pad
  • Hot glue gun
  • Spray paint (color of your choice)

 

Step One:

Trace mason jar lid onto the cork and cut out circle.  (I found these pre-cut cork coasters at Hobby Lobby which made it even easier to cut out.)

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Step Two:

Hot glue mason jar lids to the metal ring bands.

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Step Three:

Spray paint mason jar lids the color of your choice.  (I decided to use some red spray paint I already had.)

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Step Four:

Stamp the cork circles with permanent ink.

I found my stamp at Michael’s, and I used my black StazOn ink pad.

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Step Five:

Hot glue the cork inside the painted mason jar lid.

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Step Six:

Enjoy!

DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

Aren’t they cute?!

I just love them!

DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

And you could create so many different versions of these coasters.

If I were hosting a UK (University of Kentucky) party, I could paint the lids Kentucky blue and stamp a wildcat paw on the cork.  GO CATS!  Smile

If I were hosting a graduation party, I could paint the lids black and stamp a graduation cap on the cork.

If I were hosting a wedding party, I could leave the lids silver and stamp wedding bells or the couples monogram on the cork.

See?!!!  The possibilities are limitless!

If you make some for yourself, I would love to see what you create!

P.S.  I had these wide mouth jar lids left over from another project I recently completed on my blog.

Painted Mason Jars!

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You can see how I completed that project HERE.

 

 Have a blessed day!!!

 

9 Comments

  1. This may be a dumb question but when the drink “sweats” the ink doesn’t run?

    Praying for a safe trip there and back with your new daughter. :-)

  2. What a cute idea.

    Blessings on your trip! Can’t wait to officially “meet” your little girl.

  3. Praying for yall as this journey begins. Can’t wait till you get back home. Wished I could be there at the airport to greet you.

    Hugs,
    Marilyn C.

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