If you’re making a list of things you’d like to make to decorate your home you’ll be inspired by these Fall mason jar craft ideas!

Loving these Fall mason jar crafts - they're going to look so pretty on my mantel!

Fall Mason Jar Craft Ideas

Yay Fall is here, which means another excuse for making things with jars! Whether you’re looking for something to put on your mantel, or use as a centerpiece you’ll find what you need in this list of gorgeous Fall mason jar craft ideas.

I found everything from burlap wrapped jars and sunflower thumbprints to candy jars that look like pumpkins and even a jar wrapped with corn husk!

As always be sure to scroll all the way to the end so you don’t miss any of the great ideas. And don’t forget to pin your favourites as you go!

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Fall Rustic Mason Jars


These painted mason jars will look great on your front porch, or you could use smaller jars and use them to decorate your mantel. (via Sincerely Jean)

Fall Mason Jar Centerpieces {and how to make burlap rosettes}


The orange burlap rosettes add a lovely zing of colour to this mason jar centerpiece. (via Oh My! Creative)

Thumbprint Flower Mason Jar


Oh I love sunflowers and the thumbprint flower on this mason jar vase is such a cute idea! (via Mason Jar Crafts Love)

Mason Jar Pumpkin Candy Jar


If you want your mason jar to serve a purpose rather than just be Fall decor why not make one of these creative candy jars that looks like a pumpkin! It would make a lovely hostess gift for Thanksgiving. (via One Dog Woof)

Fall Mason Jar Craft


Oh I love how all the different colours go together with these candle holders. (via Sugar Bee Crafts)

Fall Jars with Dollar Store Flowers!


Wow these pretty painted jars look fabulous and people would never guess you picked up your flowers at the Dollar Store! (via Crafting in the Rain)

Fall Mason Jar Vases


Here’s another twist on the mason jars that spell out Fall, they look really pretty set out on a shelf like that and I need to get me one of those chalkboard message boards! (via Anything & Everything)

Fall Decor: Painted Mason Jars


If you love vinyl crafts go grab your Cricut because these Fall jars are adorable! (via The Idea Room)

DIY Fall Decor with Hanging Mason Jars


These hanging mason jars are fabulous filled with acorns and corn kernels! (via Live Laugh Rowe)

Thanksgiving Mason Jar Craft


This Be Thankful mason jar looks amazing but it o
y takes a few minutes to make. They’d be great gifts for Thanksgiving. (via The Country Chic Cottage)

Rustic Fall Centerpiece Tutorial


I love this burlap wrapped jar craft because it’s so simple but the paper flowers add a touch of something special. It would be the perfect centerpiece for a Fall wedding. (via Love of Family & Home)

DIY Fall Mason Jars


Here’s another option using a darker burlap, fill the jar with cinnamon sticks and fir twigs and your room will smell amazing! (via Debbie Doos)

Fall Mason Jar Lanterns


Fall mason jar crafts don’t get any simpler than this but these lanterns will look stunning on your mantel. (via Crafts Unleashed)

Corn Husk Wrapped Mason Jar Vase


If you want to wrap your mason jars in something other than burlap try corn husk like this. (via Garden Therapy)

Polka Dot Candy Corn Mason Jar


Oh I think this might just be my favourite mason jar craft for Fall decor! I love the colours and the polka dots! (via Bee of Good Cheer)

Decorative Glass Jars for Fall


I’m a sucker for any crafts that have the Hello Fall message on them! (via The Country Chic Cottage)

DIY Pumpkin Mason Jars


Here’s another idea for a candy filled mason jar that looks like a pumpkin! (via The 36th Avenue)

Fall Table Centerpieces for Home


And let’s finish up this collection of Fall mason jar craft ideas with this stunning centerpiece. I love the combo of copper, pumpkins and succulents! (via Country Chic Cottage)

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These Fall mason jar craft ideas are gorgeous! I can't wait to decorate my mantel - and add one to my table as a centerpiece! Thanks for sharing!

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