DIY Rustic Farmhouse Mason Jar Planter

This DIY rustic farmhouse mason jar planter was so simple and inexpensive to whip up and there are so many ways to put it to work!

This DIY rustic farmhouse mason jar planter was so simple and inexpensive to whip up and there are so many ways to put it to work!
 
 

Good morning friends!

Are you as done with Winter as I am?

With Spring FINALLY on it’s way (it has to come eventually, right?!), I couldn’t help but welcome it in with some pretty flowers around the house…

DIY Rustic Farmhouse Mason Jar Planter | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

I’ve got to say, I feel pretty darn lucky to be getting these little glimpses of Spring-like weather in February … here in northern Alberta, it’s rare to see any snow melting until April or May. In fact, I’d sooner expect to see a dinosaur out my front door than a Spring day in February.

But, boy am I going to enjoy it while I can!

And, when I can’t, when our world is covered in a foot of snow again and I feel like crying…

Well, I’ll just look at the pretty flowers scattered around my house and remind myself that Winter can’t last forever. Even in Canada. #knockonwood

Now tell me this DIY rustic farmhouse mason jar planter doesn’t make you smile!

DIY Rustic Farmhouse Mason Jar Planter | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

I cannot wait to show you how I put it all together! Just head on over to AKA Design to see how I made it.

DIY Rustic Farmhouse Mason Jar Planter | www.makingitinthemountains.com
 

Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!
 
 

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52 thoughts on “DIY Rustic Farmhouse Mason Jar Planter

  1. You are right, the little jar garden does make me think Spring. That is really a cute way to display some greenery and/or flowers.
    I use a tablet and for some reason I could not get the tutorial to open. What kind of clamps did you use. I would like to give this a try.
    Thanks for a cute project.

    1. Thank you SO much Treva! AKA Design is having some problems with their website, which is why the link isn’t working for you, but it should be back up and running soon! In the mean time, the clamps I used are simply metal plumbing clamps from the hardware store. Thanks again!

  2. This is gorgeous! I am all about bringing as much spring into the house as early as possible, and this is the perfect way to do it! Spring can’t come soon enough, and so far (knock on wood), it looks like it’s coming a tad early. Hopefully you won’t have to deal with the snow for much longer!

  3. Kristi, I feel like I see these at every link party that I go to and I always think “those are so pretty.” So, I’m finally taking the time to come tell you! There’s something about their simplicity and how light and airy the pictures look that just keep catching my attention. Great job! visiting from Work it Wednesday (this time). Have a good day

    1. Awwwww, well thank you so much Vanessa! I’m so happy you love them!!! You are so sweet to stop by to tell me! Wishing you a wonderful day too!!!

    1. Awwww, well thank you Morgan! I don’t have much a green thumb either – they’ll likely just stay stuffed with pretty faux flowers 😉

  4. Hey Kristi! I want to let you know that I’ll be featuring this post on the Your Home Décor Link Party (#6) post. I love it! Thanks for sharing it friend! 🙂

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