Twine Wrapped Mason Jars

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This Twine Mason Jar post is courtesy of our contributor MichelleI love the many ways you can spruce up mason jars. I often use mason jars as centerpieces at my parties. For our Easter Brunch, I decided to add a little bakers twine to give my centerpiece a whole new look. It’s super easy and fun!

Twine Mason Jars

Twine Mason Jars – What You’ll Need:

  • 1 mason jar
  • 1 spool of bakers twine in the color of your choice
  • Hot glue gun and glue


Starting at the neck below the mouth of the jar, loop the twine around it once and tie a knot. Then slowly continue to wrap the twine around the jar careful to not leave any spaces between the twine as you continue to cover the jar. If you find the twine is sliding, you can add dots of hot glue every now and then along the way. When you get towards the bottom of the jar, glue the last three rows of twine to the jar for stability.

It’s that easy!

Twine Mason Jars

Michelle put together a beautiful Easter Brunch party over on her blog and we have a sneak peek of the party here for you. To view all of the beautiful party photos, be sure to visit the Easter Brunch post on her blog. These ideas would also be perfect for a baptism or christening celebration. I love the bright colors and they are perfect for spring!

Easter Table

Easter Table

Easter Table

For more creative party ideas by Michelle, you can visit her Michelle’s Party Plan-It blog, and also follow her on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. I absolutely love her party ideas and she has covered so many that my son would love such as Monsters University and Toy Story. I promise that you’ll find loads of party inspiration over on her blog!

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