Here’s the perfect upcycle. We love these Mason Jar Pin Cushions and they are easy to make and look great! Watch the video now ..
We’re always on the look out for cute ways to upcycle Jars.
When we spied these super cute Mason Jar Pin Cushions, we fell completely head over heels!
In fact, Mason Jar Craft is seriously popular in our Community. We have shared great ideas like the Colored Mason Jars, Doily Mason Jars and who could forget the Mason Jar Lanterns.
Well, now we have found a very easy DIY and we know that you are going to be head over heels in love like we are! This is a super simple craft. No special skills are required. If you can cut out a circle and use a glue gun, you are in business!
What You Need To Make Pin Cushion Jars
- Jar of your choice. Mason Jars, Baby Jars, Pickle Jars
- Pretty Fabric, Doilies, any fabric off cut will do
- Glue Gun
How To Make Pin Cushion Jars Video
We have included a video tutorial above that shows you precisely how to make these cute Pin Cushion Jars. It only lasts a couple of minutes but is well worth a look.
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You can use your Pin Cushion Jars to hold all your bibs and bobs like threads and buttons and they would make inexpensive party favors.
Why not add some homemade treats and give as gifts. There are so many ways to display them. We are sure you will find many uses.
All you need to do is use the lid to cut out a circle of fabric. You will need to make the circle about an inch larger than the actual lid as you will be folding it over the edge and pinching the fabric so that it bunches up and creates a puffy effect.
Pin Cushion Mason Jar via Solountip
You will do this all the way around until you only have about 1/4 of your lid left. Use the opening as an access point for your stuffing. Once you have it nicely filled you can seal it up.
You want a nice puffy top! If your jar has a metal lid you can then add some glue and pop it over the top.
Pin Cushion Jars via Seasoned Homemaker
If you don’t have a metal lid rim, why not use some lace or ribbon over the top to create an edge. Just glue it on to hold it all together. You can decorate with ribbons and faux flowers and anything else that takes your fancy!
Mason Jar Pin Cushions via Make It Love It
Pincushion Jars via Hometalk
We have also included a fabulous Teapot Pin Cushion DIY for you to try and it doubles as a Sewing Caddy.
It also has a hidden Pincushion. This cute idea is not to be missed. You can view here