Do you host Thanksgiving?  If you do, I have these adorable Pumpkin Mason Jar Name Cards that will be perfect for your holiday table.  If you are going somewhere for Thanksgiving, you can make these fun guys, fill them with treats for your host and hostess!!  Thanks to Consumer Crafts for making this possible AND for YOUR chance to win a Cricut Explore!  (see below!)

Pumpkin Mason Jars at thatswhatchesaid.com

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How to make a pumpkin mason jar

I started off by removing the lids to the mason jars, flipping them over and covering them in the Orange Mod Podge Sheer tint.  You can follow the directions on the bottle and swirl the paint on the inside of the jar, however since I wanted to fill these with treats, I painted the outside.

Mod Podge Sheer Color Tints

The more layers of tint, the more vibrant the color!  It looks milky when it’s wet but gets vibrant and transparent when dry.  I did two good thick coats.

Orange Mason Jar Tint

While the paint was drying I removed the labels from the tops of the jar lids.  If you need a great way to Easily Remove Labels <—I have you covered.  Then I glued the jute twine around the collar of the lid using my hot glue.  Glue in small increments.

Mason Jar Crafts at thatswhatchesaid.com

Continue on until the whole collar is wrapped in the twine.

Mason Jar Crafts at thatswhatchesaid.com

For the stem, I made some washi tape vine curls and used a cork as the stem.

Washi Tape Projects at thatswhatchesaid.com

Hot glue the cork and the vine curl in place.

Washi Tape Projects at thatswhatchesaid.com

The tags came with some cream twine however I wanted to add a bit more color so I used some green twine.  I wrote the names on the tags.

Pumpkin Mason Jar

Pumpkin Mason Jar Place Cards at thatswhatchesaid.net

Like I said above you can use these for place cards, fill with treats for fun host/hostess gifts or even surprise a teacher or a neighbor with these!  They are really easy to make!

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Mason Jar Place Cards at thatswhatchesaid.net

I also have this fun cork pumpkin that would go great as a table centerpiece!
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If you are in the mood for Christmas, I have this fun Rudolph Ornament made of Corks!
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25 Comments
  1. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/95983035783906637/

    This has got to be one of the cutest things E.V.E.R.!

    For the question…for years I’ve been wanting to make a Christmas tree skirt like we had growing up. A friend of the family made it for us, with felt cut-outs of Christmas trees, Santa, reindeer, etc, as well as a ballerina for me and a cowboy for my brother. So I’d probably be working on something like that.

  2. These are so cute! Perfect for teachers gifts.

  3. Faina

    I would like to finish my scrapbook pages about our trip to Oregon

  4. Terri Hughes

    I love the Pumpkin Mason Jars….adorable. If I won the Cricut Explore Machine I would start making things for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Evelene Sterling

    Those jars are so adorable! I would make Christmas tiles to give for Christmas with the Cricut.

  6. Michelle T

    I’ve never used a Cricut, so I’m not sure what’s possible on the machine. I know I’d make some super cute tags for Christmas presents! And silhouettes! I’d make a few to decorate around the house. I’m thinking a few different colors on a black background as some modern art!

  7. Sonia

    I’d make gift tags for Christmas

  8. tammy cordery

    I would make things for my crafts I want to do.

  9. Kristeen Mendoza

    I’m curious about the cricut explore. I’ve always used the Silhouette. I’d make some Christmas cards and tags.

  10. KaySue

    I would make gift tags for Christmas treats.

  11. karen pape

    Let’s be creative. :)

  12. Jill

    Would love to make party invitations for my daughter’s birthday party.

  13. Rebecca B

    I would have to make some stencils to etch glass blocks leftover from a recent remodel.

  14. Sandi Toler

    I’d make some of the inspirational signs I’ve seen that my daughter and I like.

  15. Ashley Outland

    I would love to make some home decor!

  16. Kaysee Baron

    Adorable! If I won the cricut I would make decorations and invitations for my wedding! I love all the different projects it allows you to do!

  17. Sara Richter

    The first thing I’d make with a Cricut Explore is a custom t-shirt! And then I’d make custom quilting appliques. Fingers crossed!

  18. Kris Reynolds

    I have never used a Cricut so I am not exactly sure. I would probably start with tags or gifts for Christmas.

  19. Angela Cash

    I am an artist and often created mixed media pieces. I would love to use the Cricut to make some precisely cut elements to incorporate into my artwork.

  20. Christy Spurlock

    I want to make labels for my pantry and for all my glass containers that holds my flour, sugar, tea, etc.

  21. I think I’d start out by making some beautiful St. Valentine’s Day crafts!

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