DIY: Tinted Mason Jars in Rainbow

I’ve been experimenting with tinting mason jars to create a look like those old vintage ones that are difficult to find anymore in second hand stores.  I think I’ve finally honed in on the perfect method. Would you like to see how it’s done? Check out the DIY here.

Fill them with flowers, or illuminate an outdoor party filling them with battery operated tea lights or a strand of twinkle lights. I promise it’s easier than you think.
Check out the whole tutorial right here on Momtastic


Lordy I love this blOg! It's fabulous when I don't read it for a while and then spend the whole day catching up and bring inspired ^_^

These are gorgeous! They would make wonderful vases and I'll bet you could make them with any ol' clear thrift store glassware.

These are just lovely! I wish I had seen this DIY before my wedding, they would have been perfect! I will still make them though 🙂

That looks really great, will definately try this at home, thank you for sharing!

I just stumbled across your site and am in love! I wish I would have found this post a week ago, we just had a rainbow themed party for our little one's 1st birthday!I would love for you to add your blog to my Blog Directory at Keep up the great work!~Terri

What a wonderful project idea I never knew you could do something like this with the Mason Jars; what a nice presentation they make…glad to come across your blog in a twitter post from Artfire will be following you and here's to hoping you will check out my blog and Artfire Bead Studio…

Was stumbling along and came across your blog. I love it and am a new follower 🙂 I am so inspired to try the mason jars after finding this post. <3

Pen and Paperie, i'd be surprised. They're baked on there for a good long time but who knows!

oh COOL! i wonder if the mod podge would melt on a hot sunny FL windowsill?

Love this idea. I use Mason jars for everything. I fill them with nuts, candy, and seeds. The kids go for the collection to see what I have today.

these are so pretty! perfect for a party outside, I agree!

im sorta in love with all things mason jar! im definitely going to add this to my "to do" list, as well as my "favorite links" of the week!Smoking Crayolas Blogspot

Series, check out the link at the bottom for the whole tutorial!

I like this, but is that paint, food coloring or what? Will you share the how please?

Wow you are amazing. Like really amazing. Were you just sitting one day wondering if you could tint like the vintage ones? I never think that way and wish I did! You are so creative.- Sarah

this is pretty freakin' awesome! i love it…now if i can just find some time for this little project 🙂

This is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing…definitely going to try this out!

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