Canning Jar Ring Garland & a Simple Fall Mantel

I’ve placed a little challenge on myself. Well, Kristen pushed a little. 
I’m going to make more stuff with canning jar rings. 
Yah baby. I can tell you’re excited.
So anyway, canning jar rings are apparently pretty versatile, because I’ve come up with five more crafts/projects that are just as crazy easy as this silly little pumpkin.
Here’s the first:
I cut the twine from the canning jar ring pumpkin.
I know you just gasped. Yes, I disassembled the pumpkin. 
Then I tied the rings together with twine. 
The very same twine that held that little pumpkin together.

Yay for recycling!

And strung it up on my mantel.
In the process I changed up my mantel a little bit, which gave me a chance to add my little white pumpkins with the twine. 
So cute and simple! (or is this one the lame one?)
I’m pretty happy with it!

(And P.S. She’ll be getting a little upgrade for my next project! – Yes, it’s a she).

Kristin

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Comments

  1. says

    I love this! You may not like my idea however I would take it one step further ….. I would turn the rings into frames and add pictures in them or printed letters that would spell out a cute saying.

  2. says

    Not a single trace of lameness found anywhere on your blog! I simply adore this project! I’ve never seen a canning lid garland so KUDOS on being an original! I LOVE IT!!! xoxo jules

  3. says

    Found you via House of Hepworths.Brilliant! I’ve got a few bags of inherited canning lids, and you gave me the inspiration for what to do with them!I’d love it if you came by “my place” and said hi too! myclevernest.com
    Alyssa

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