Make a Vinyl Mason Jar Valentine’s Day Sign in non traditional colors of gold, hot pink and white.
I’m thrilled to be participating in my first monthly Cricut challenge with a very talented group of bloggers. Of course, with Valentine’s Day just around the corner that is our theme for the month.
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Like so many of you, I love mason jars and use them routinely in my home decorating. So when I saw that there was a Mason Jar SVG I just had to have it!
Here is the finished project and then I will show you how easy it was to make:
Vinyl Mason Jar Valentine’s Day Sign
- Small Wood Sign
- Silk Flowers
- Cricut Adhesive Metallic Foil Rose Gold & Pink
The metallic foil adhesive is my favorite. I like it so much that I personalized my Cricut Machine with my “Our Crafty Mom” logo using metallic foil in teal!
I started with the rose gold adhesive foil cutting the mason jar to fit the 6×8″ sign. As I knew I would be adding the flowers I made sure to leave extra room at the top of the sign. It measures 3×4″.
Add the mason jar to the center of the sign and begin hot gluing flowers until you are happy with how full it is.
The adhesive foil sticks perfectly to the wood sign. Love that I don’t have to add anything extra-plus if I want to remove it to add something new I can. It is so versatile!
Finally, add the love text to the center of the mason jar and you are done! Again, you can change out the text or place it under the mason jar. Whatever you like better.
The metallic pink is such a pretty color and really shows up nicely against the gold. I’m decorating my Mantel this year in a pink, white and gold color scheme so that is why I chose these colors, but you can also go with classic red if you like.
I hope you enjoyed this post Vinyl Mason Jar Valentine’s Day Sign and will check out the other projects by clicking on the pictures below. There are so many great ideas!
You can also check out my Valentine’s Day Wreath here:
and an Easy To Make Valentine’s Day Love Sign-also using the Cricut-for a guest post I just shared at Centsible Chateau.