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  • DKCreates

    How to make a canning jar lid wreath. Very cool idea for fall!

  • Janet Plummer

    Old canning lids wreath.... rusted out canning rings? Mason jar now drinking glasses and don't need them... well upcycle, recycle, re purpose them, how quaint and simple is this? Raffia, twine, hemp, ribbon, fabric scraps, old wire coat hanger.... I love this wreath for the door to the shed, front porch, patio, hanging from the fence gate... inside my kitchen....HEY!.... free craft possibly... would look great with a burlap bow... or hanging from one of the silverware hooks... I see these rusted rings passed over at thrift stores and yard sales all the time... of course now I want them!

  • lora bridges

    I need to stop throwing away canning lids when they rust. 12 users recommend -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Simple canning jar lids strung up tightly together create one funky little industrical chic wreath! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Add Comment Print ShareThis Desiring not to spend a dime on Christmas decor this year, non traditional means were a must. This year, my home is decorated for the holidays with vintage finds and family keepsakes, with loads of junk appeal. :) Stay tuned for part two! Pattern or design used: My own design - Funky Junk Interiors

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