You know how I have a thing for mason jars?
And stenciled chairs?
This is what happens when I combine those two loves.
A gorgeous chair, painted in Eulalie’s Sky Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint.
Here’s how my chair looked before its transformation.
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With just a couple of coats of milk paint, the chair was already starting to look better. (I love Eulalie’s Sky!)
As I’ve done with my other stenciled chair makeovers, I used my Silhouette Cameo to make a custom stencil for the chair.
To make the perfect mason jar stencil, I used this jar shape from the Silhouette store and added the words Perfect Mason (the font is Arial Narrow) and the Ball logo from an image I found online.
I filled in the logo and jar outline with DecoArt Chalky Finish Paint in Everlasting. Then, I painted the lines in the jar lid with DecoArt Americana Multi-Surface Paint in Battleship.
When the paint had dried slightly, but not completely, I carefully removed the vinyl stencil and went back over the jar lid with DecoArt American Multi-Surface Metallic Paint in Silver to make it look like an antique zinc mason jar lid.
I distressed the chair slightly with a sanding block and finished it with a topcoat of Miss Mustard Seed’s furniture wax.
I’m just a little bit in love!
Don’t forget to pin it so you can make your own stenciled mason jar chair.
Don’t miss these other stenciled chair projects.
If you love mason jars like I do, you might like this tutorial for how to turn a coffee can into a lampshade. It also includes a how-to for aging metal.
And I can’t talk mason jars without sharing my recipe for sunshine s’mores. Harness the summer heat to make this sweet treat.