You probably have several mason jar lids in your drawer. Learn how to transform them into a festive mason jar lid ornament.

Mason jar lid ornament on tree.

Mason jar lid ornaments

Instead of buying an expensive ornament for your tree, try making one instead. Today we are going to show you how to make this Twine wrapped Wreath ornament that is made with the ring from a mason jar lid.

I know many of you have extra of those mason lids laying around. You probably have most of the craft supplies needed already.

Simple and rustic ornaments can dress up a country Christmas tree or add whimsy to a slightly more formal one. What is more rustic than mason jar lids, twine, and buttons?

Add a pretty wired ribbon bow to match your Christmas décor. Don’t just stop at the tree. You can also add mason jar lid wreath ornaments to a gift.

We love to use brown paper with a twine ribbon to wrap gifts. Attach one of these ornaments to complete the look.

What are Mason jar rings?

Mason jar rings are used to help seal the lid on a mason jar. You might also hear them referred to as canning jar rings.

How do you make Mason jar lid ornaments?

The jar rings are covered in twine for a rustic Christmas tree ornament. Then each one is embellished to make it look like a Christmas wreath.

This DIY is versatile and easy to modify. You can swap the ribbon for other colors to match any theme.

The entire project is budget friendly and simple to make.

Supplies for ornaments.

Supplies you need

  • Mason jar rings
  • twine
  • small buttons
  • wired ribbon
  • hot glue gun/glue

How to make Mason Jar Ring Wreath Christmas ornament:

Step 1: Glue one end of twine to the backside of the mason jar ring. Hold it down until it is completely cool.

Twine wrapped around ring.

Step 2: Wrap twine around the ring and continue wrapping until it is covered. Then every so often push twine together to make sure it is tight and all metal is covered. I use a craft stick to keep my fingers off of it.

Step 3: Cut off the end and tuck it under. Secure with hot glue.

Step 3: Tie on a twine loop for a hanger.

Ribbon attached to the top.

Step 4: Loop a 6” piece of wired ribbon into a bow. Glue at the top of your “wreath” covering hanger.

Mason jar lid ornament on tree.

Step 5: Use fray stop on the ends to keep them from unraveling or a very light singe with a lighter will work as well.

Step 6: Glue on buttons for “berries” to your wreath for a final finishing touch.

Total Cost for this project:

This ornament was actually free, because I had everything laying around already. Even if you had to buy some stuff, it would be around $1 to make.

As you can see, it is very budget friendly. Ornaments are so expensive at the store but you can easily make several.

Not only will you save money but have so much fun as well. We love to have a craft day and make lots of pretty decorations.

You can easily and quickly make a ton of gorgeous ornaments without breaking the bank.

Make one of these Mason Jar Ornaments today.

Spruce up your holiday decor for less. You do not need to spend a fortune to have pretty Christmas decor.

The ideas are endless for this fun project. You can change the color of ribbon to match any decor or theme.

Feel free to also change the twine. There is so much to love about this easy DIY. Get creative and make several of these.

Please come back and leave a comment once you try it. They are so much fun to make and look gorgeous.

Print the instructions for DIY mason jar lid Christmas ornaments:

Mason Jar Ring Wreath Christmas Ornament

You probably have several mason jar lids in your drawer. Learn how to transform them into a festive mason jar lid ornament.
Prep Time30 mins
Total Time30 mins
Keyword: Mason Jar Ring Wreath Christmas Ornament
Author: One Crazy Mom

Materials

  • Mason jar rings
  • twine
  • small buttons
  • wired ribbon
  • hot glue gun/glue

Instructions

  • Glue one end of twine to backside of mason jar ring, hold down until completely cool.
  • Wrap twine around ring, and continue wrapping until it is covered, every so often push twine hardened ( I use a craft stick to keep my fingers off of it) together to make sure it is tight and all metal is covered.
  • Cut off the end and tuck it under, secure with hot glue.
  • Tie on a twine loop for a hanger.
  • Loop a 6” piece of wired ribbon into a bow, glue at the top of your “wreath” covering hanger.
  • Use fray stop on the ends to keep them from unraveling or a very light singe with a lighter will work as well.
  • Glue on buttons for “berries” to your wreath for a final finishing touch.

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