I love pineapples. I love the way they look. I love the way they taste. I love the way pineapple juice makes any cocktail taste like not a cocktail. Pineapple motifs have been everywhere this summer, so why not turn a mason jar in to a pineapple, right? This is how my brain works, people. If nothing else, it was a way for me to try out two kinds of glass paint to create this painted pineapple mason jar.
This week I’m joining a small group of creative bloggers to share summertime projects featuring mason jars. Check back here each day for a new tutorial and links to all the other tutorials from the day.
Watch this short video to see how I transformed a plain mason jar into this sweet pineapple. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel as well, since you will get earlier access to tutorials like this.
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Quilted 8 oz. mason jar
Americana Gloss Enamel – yellow
DecoArt Glass Stain – black
Plutonium spray paint – Vegan
I am going mason jar crazy this week, so keep checking in for new tutorials. Visit these other posts from the bloggers participating in this collaboration!
Father’s Day Mason Jar Gift – Yesterday on Tuesday
Mason Jar Fruit Fly Trap – The Country Chic Cottage
S’mores in a Jar – A Little CLAIREification
Michelle L says
Seriously too cute and so funny using the succulent on top!
I love pineapples and this is fun, pinning it to my pineapple board.