Stainless steel backsplashes come in very handy: you can clean and wash them as often as you want and it is very difficult to spoil your backsplash with hot oil or anything else because it is steel. For this reason I have prepared several tutorials today to install such a backsplash. They’re a little different, but the idea is the same: take your stainless steel sheet and use a box cutter to score the metal along the edge of the ruler. Since the flash is so thin, you’ll need some sort of flat backing plate so that no imperfections are visible through the metal, or you can use the existing backsplash. Find out what to do next in the tutorials below and choose!
Mason jars or ordinary jars can be used for a thousand things: lanterns, vases, candle holders, favors and so on. Today I want to share some jar DIYs for Thanksgiving that are easy to do and won't cost a lot of time or money.
The first is a Thanksgiving or Fall centerpiece with glasses, vases, and pumpkins. Stencil white burlap and attach it to the vases and glasses, using cord. Place on a wooden disc, add nuts and pumpkins and voila! You can paint the jars somehow if you want.
Use maple leaf stencils to transform ordinary glasses into amazing fall candle lanterns. Make them copper color using a sheet stencil and fill them with wooden slices or nuts, add candles.
Harvest terrariums? Yes, please! For this craft, you will need wide neck quart jars and artificial fall greenery: orange berries, purple berries, purple flower stalk, Spanish moss. Create your own terrariums mixing, closing and tagging content to your liking. Such glasses can be a cool centerpiece or just a decoration.
These lanterns are special, here you have two glasses in one. The larger glass is filled with various pine cones, berries, nuts and leaves and the upper glass contains a candle. Look so original!
Makes this turkey mason jar for your kids. Fill them with candy and then attach googly eyes, nose and feathers and write your wishes or thanks on feathers. Let your kids have fun!
To make this centerpiece, you need to paint mason jars and then torture them. Decorate them as you like and put wheat or flowers in them, put them in a box and put them in the center of your table.
This centerpiece is like the previous one, but with FALL letters. You can also write THANK YOU or something else, it's up to you.
Create simple lanterns that wrap mason jars with burlap and secure leaves with string or twine. You can also dye or stamp burlap if you'd like.
These bold orange lanterns are made from mason jars with a pumpkin stencil and light color. Fill the lantern with some fall material and add candles.
This craft is for kids: take mason jars and turn them into turkeys. The jar itself is to be painted brown, and the tail will be made of colored lids. The face consists of a wooden disc and googly eyes. Invite your kids to have fun before Thanksgiving or this day, they'll enjoy it!
Pumpkins from mason jars? So unusual! Paint them orange, paint the lids brown, add sheets of paper and small details to the lids. Fill them with candy and delight your kids!
Take real leaves and attach them to the glasses with Mod Podge so you can have amazing fall-inspired lanterns to decorate your Thanksgiving table with.
These glasses are cool and easy decorations. Just fill them with nuts, leaves, corn, acorns and other stuff, then put votive pictures on top of them. It's a real last minute craft and looks cool everywhere.