If you want to make it easy on yourself and save a trip to the store we have a few kits available on Ashley's Etsy site here. All you will need to provide is the jars and the mod podge (or clear drying Elmer's glue).
What you will need:
-5 canning jars of various sizes
-A sheet of black vinyl paper
-tissue paper (we used white, orange, purple and green)
-black electrical tape
-mod podge (or clear drying Elmer's glue)
If you like the faces we used you can download this file and print them off.
If you need to re-size the images you will want to download the faces individually, open them in a word document, then click a corner and drag to make it bigger or smaller. Or if you want, just draw up some of your own.
Paint the inside of the jars with mod podge (or clear drying Elmer's glue)
Cover the inside of the jar with the tissue paper. Hint: it's easier if you choose a jar that your hand can fit into :) We used some that were smaller and it was a little more tricky.
Trace the faces on your vinyl.
You don't need to cut out each individual piece before tracing it. If you just lay the image on top and put medium pressure it will make an indentation that you can cut around.
Wrap the black electrical tape around the lid ring on each jar.
Stick the faces on the front of the jars.
Once the mod podge has dried, trim the excess tissue paper from the top and put the lid on.Note: If you trim the paper too short it will stick out of the top of your jar when you are done. If you leave it too long it will stick out under the lid. So I guess I am saying you should trim it to just the right length. he he.
Step 8: (optional)
String some Christmas lights in and around the jars to light 'em up!
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