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I LOVE mason jar crafts. I think it’s because mason jars are a perfect canvas for just about anything once you know how to prep them for crafting. One of my favorite things to do with mason jars is to turn them into cute pen and pencil holders like these . Since I love rainbows, I thought it would be fun to paint a colorful fruit theme for this mason jar craft. Fruit Mason Jar Craft Supplies :

- – I use these because there’s a logo only on one side which leaves the other sides blank and perfect for decorating.

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- – This is my favorite primer because it’s a flat primer and paint in one.

- – I often use the Martha Stewart Living brand of acrylic paint because I like the thickness, but any acrylic paint will work.

- – If you don’t have paint markers yet, I highly recommend these I use them all the time on , wood and more. They are perfect for details on mason jar crafts like this one.

- Brushes – I like both and for covering mason jars with paint.

- Sealant – I often use this or this depending on if I want shine or a matte finish.

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Fruit Mason Jar Craft Directions:

- Step 1: Place mason jars mouth down on top of a piece of cardboard and spray evenly with a the .

- Step 2: Sketch out the more complicated designs for the orange and kiwi using a pencil.

- Step 3: Cover the jars with acrylic paint. You might need 2-3 layers of paint depending on the paint thickness.

- Step 4: Use a pencil to lightly sketch the placement of the faces and other details.

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- Step 5: Go over the pencil sketches with . For the paint markers be sure to shake them well before using and always test them first on a piece of paper.

- Step 6 : Honestly I don’t always seal my mason jars, but if you do, it can help protect against fading and chipping. You just need to decide if you want a or

Hope you are feeling inspired to make your own fruit rainbow mason jar craft now! I’d love to see what you create. Come show me on Instagram or !

If you like this mason jar craft you might also like the other mason jar crafts I’ve done.

9 thoughts on “Rainbow Fruit Mason Jar Craft”

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These are so sweet, I think the kiwi ? is my favourite.

- Sam - Color Made Happy says:

Yay! So glad you like them and I agree, Mr. Kiwi is pretty darn cute.

These are adorable! I love the little faces!

I love the colors you put on these. And yah, I like the Kiwi one too. Did you have to cut open the seal of those mason jars?

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- Sam - Color Made Happy says:

No cutting required! The mason jars I use has 2-piece lids. I put a link in the post ????

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I’m Sam, and I love color and making happy things. The best compliment I could receive is that my projects and pictures make you smile.

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This site contains affiliate links, which means that I may get a small commission if you decide to purchase anything from suggested companies. I recommend products that I use and love myself or that I think would be a helpful resource. Using these affiliate links to make your purchase helps support Color Made Happy and allows me to continue to provide you with happy and colorful posts.

Color Made Happy

- //instagram.com/ColorMadeHappy

- //pinterest.com/samanthasarles

- //twitter.com/ColorMadeHappy

I LOVE mason jar crafts. I think it’s because mason jars are a perfect canvas for just about anything once you know how to prep them for crafting. One of my favorite things to do with mason jars is to turn them into cute pen and pencil holders like these . Since I love rainbows, I thought it would be fun to paint a colorful fruit theme for this mason jar craft. Fruit Mason Jar Craft Supplies :

- – I use these because there’s a logo only on one side which leaves the other sides blank and perfect for decorating.

Color Made Happy

- – This is my favorite primer because it’s a flat primer and paint in one.

- – I often use the Martha Stewart Living brand of acrylic paint because I like the thickness, but any acrylic paint will work.

- – If you don’t have paint markers yet, I highly recommend these I use them all the time on , wood and more. They are perfect for details on mason jar crafts like this one.

- Brushes – I like both and for covering mason jars with paint.

- Sealant – I often use this or this depending on if I want shine or a matte finish.

Color Made Happy

Fruit Mason Jar Craft Directions:

- Step 1: Place mason jars mouth down on top of a piece of cardboard and spray evenly with a the .

- Step 2: Sketch out the more complicated designs for the orange and kiwi using a pencil.

- Step 3: Cover the jars with acrylic paint. You might need 2-3 layers of paint depending on the paint thickness.

- Step 4: Use a pencil to lightly sketch the placement of the faces and other details.

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- Step 5: Go over the pencil sketches with . For the paint markers be sure to shake them well before using and always test them first on a piece of paper.

- Step 6 : Honestly I don’t always seal my mason jars, but if you do, it can help protect against fading and chipping. You just need to decide if you want a or

Hope you are feeling inspired to make your own fruit rainbow mason jar craft now! I’d love to see what you create. Come show me on Instagram or !

If you like this mason jar craft you might also like the other mason jar crafts I’ve done.

9 thoughts on “Rainbow Fruit Mason Jar Craft”

Color Made Happy

These are so sweet, I think the kiwi ? is my favourite.

- Sam - Color Made Happy says:

Yay! So glad you like them and I agree, Mr. Kiwi is pretty darn cute.

These are adorable! I love the little faces!

I love the colors you put on these. And yah, I like the Kiwi one too. Did you have to cut open the seal of those mason jars?

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- Sam - Color Made Happy says:

No cutting required! The mason jars I use has 2-piece lids. I put a link in the post ????

Keep the conversation going! Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

I’m Sam, and I love color and making happy things. The best compliment I could receive is that my projects and pictures make you smile.

Color Made Happy

- //instagram.com/ColorMadeHappy

- //pinterest.com/samanthasarles

- //twitter.com/ColorMadeHappy

This site contains affiliate links, which means that I may get a small commission if you decide to purchase anything from suggested companies. I recommend products that I use and love myself or that I think would be a helpful resource. Using these affiliate links to make your purchase helps support Color Made Happy and allows me to continue to provide you with happy and colorful posts.

Color Made Happy

- //instagram.com/ColorMadeHappy

- //pinterest.com/samanthasarles

- //twitter.com/ColorMadeHappy

I LOVE mason jar crafts. I think it’s because mason jars are a perfect canvas for just about anything once you know how to prep them for crafting. One of my favorite things to do with mason jars is to turn them into cute pen and pencil holders like these . Since I love rainbows, I thought it would be fun to paint a colorful fruit theme for this mason jar craft. Fruit Mason Jar Craft Supplies :

- – I use these because there’s a logo only on one side which leaves the other sides blank and perfect for decorating.

Color Made Happy

- – This is my favorite primer because it’s a flat primer and paint in one.

- – I often use the Martha Stewart Living brand of acrylic paint because I like the thickness, but any acrylic paint will work.

- – If you don’t have paint markers yet, I highly recommend these I use them all the time on , wood and more. They are perfect for details on mason jar crafts like this one.

- Brushes – I like both and for covering mason jars with paint.

- Sealant – I often use this or this depending on if I want shine or a matte finish.

Color Made Happy

Fruit Mason Jar Craft Directions:

- Step 1: Place mason jars mouth down on top of a piece of cardboard and spray evenly with a the .

- Step 2: Sketch out the more complicated designs for the orange and kiwi using a pencil.

- Step 3: Cover the jars with acrylic paint. You might need 2-3 layers of paint depending on the paint thickness.

- Step 4: Use a pencil to lightly sketch the placement of the faces and other details.

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- Step 5: Go over the pencil sketches with . For the paint markers be sure to shake them well before using and always test them first on a piece of paper.

- Step 6 : Honestly I don’t always seal my mason jars, but if you do, it can help protect against fading and chipping. You just need to decide if you want a or

Hope you are feeling inspired to make your own fruit rainbow mason jar craft now! I’d love to see what you create. Come show me on Instagram or !

If you like this mason jar craft you might also like the other mason jar crafts I’ve done.

9 thoughts on “Rainbow Fruit Mason Jar Craft”

Color Made Happy

These are so sweet, I think the kiwi ? is my favourite.

- Sam - Color Made Happy says:

Yay! So glad you like them and I agree, Mr. Kiwi is pretty darn cute.

These are adorable! I love the little faces!

I love the colors you put on these. And yah, I like the Kiwi one too. Did you have to cut open the seal of those mason jars?

Color Made Happy

- Sam - Color Made Happy says:

No cutting required! The mason jars I use has 2-piece lids. I put a link in the post ????

Keep the conversation going! Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

I’m Sam, and I love color and making happy things. The best compliment I could receive is that my projects and pictures make you smile.

Color Made Happy

- //instagram.com/ColorMadeHappy

- //pinterest.com/samanthasarles

- //twitter.com/ColorMadeHappy

This site contains affiliate links, which means that I may get a small commission if you decide to purchase anything from suggested companies. I recommend products that I use and love myself or that I think would be a helpful resource. Using these affiliate links to make your purchase helps support Color Made Happy and allows me to continue to provide you with happy and colorful posts.

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