Stenciled Mason Jar Vase {For Mother’s Day!}

I love Mother's Day.  Being a mother is the most important part of who I am!  I owe so much to my incredible Mother...  She taught me everything I know.

I was thrilled to participate in Plaid's Mother's Day Campaign.  They sent me a whole box full of crafting goodies to create a beautiful and meaningful gift for my Mamacita!  Here is what I came up with:

I created this stenciled mason jar vase with burlap and bakers twine!  Each flower has a very special meaning because each one represents a member of our family.  (More on that later!)

I love daisies.  The name of my blog is no accident.  Daisies equal happiness for me!  I thought these would be the perfect way to express our appreciation for my Mom, a true flower enthusiast!

It was like Christmas morning when I ripped open this package of amazing supplies from Plaid's Martha Stewart's craft line.  Talk about creative inspiration in a box!  There was acrylic paint, glitter, all sorts of stencils, a heating tool, a spray painting kit, every kind of brush I could imagine, a sweet tote bag, and all sorts of stenciling accessories packed inside.


I even created a "haul video" showing the entire crafting stash as I opened the box.

** For the record, I set up the tripod and taped myself while mr. oopsey was out of town.  I felt a bit awkward!  I'm still new to vlogging, but if you want a tiny sneak peek of the new house, maybe focus on the background instead of me!  Ha!


For this particular project, I wanted to try out the spray painting kit.  Hello!  Turning acrylic paint into spray paint just sounds fun.  So I gave it a shot! This was shockingly easy!

I carefully followed the directions on the sprayer kit to mix the correct proportions of the gloss spray medium with acrylic paint.  Then I simply twisted the sprayer onto the bottle.  Easy, right?

I found the trick to spray painting with this sprayer was holding it very upright.  Once I figured out that little trick, the rest was easy peasy.  It dried quickly and sprayed evenly.  I gave the mason jar 3 good coats in my favorite shade of aqua.

I decided to choose from these beautiful flower stencils included in my package.  I had a difficult time selecting which stencil to use.  Aren't they all lovely?!  I love these stencils.  They peel on and off just like stickers with no budging during the pain process at all.  And you can use them over and over!

Originally I had planned to stencil the jar.  But... oopsey daisy!  After the paint dried, I attempted to peel off the adhesive stencil, and it stuck to the paint on the jar.   It actually started pulling up the paint.  So as with most of my projects, I invented a Plan B!

Spur of the moment, I found some burlap.  (This in and of itself was a miracle considering the state of my craft room!!)  I just started stenciling flowers on a strip of burlap.

I wrapped the burlap around the jar and secured it with some Baker's twine.  I must say--I think I like Plan B even better than Plan A!

I purchased 11 daisies (50% off at Michael's!)--one for each member of our family.  I cut the stems and placed them inside the jar along with some marbles.

I have asked all 11 members of our family (my Dad, all of my siblings, and all of the grandchildren!) to write my Mom a brief note expressing why they love her.

Here's my note!

I just rolled my note around the stem of the daisy.

All done!  I love the colors of this project!  

I can't wait to see what sweet little notes my family members write about my Mom.  I know she will love reading the notes most of all!

I hope my Mom likes this gift!

What are you making for Mother's Day this year?

Thank you so much, Plaid Crafts, for offering all of these amazing supplies for this project.  You can keep in touch with Plaid Crafts on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Have a fabulous week!

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  1. I love this project. Thanks so much for giving us a wonderful tutorial on how you did it!!!

  2. I think this turned out really cute!! I love the new trend of painting the jar!! I love that you stenciled the burlap for that extra bit of cuteness!!

  3. Oh Alison – this is too pretty!!! I love the blue with the burlap around it! And I think the idea of leaving notes on the flowers is going to be so special for your mom!!!
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  4. Too cute, Alison! I love that you came up with a Plan B. It turned out so nicely. 🙂
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  5. This is super adorable, Alison! Your oopsey worked out perfectly. I love the stenciled burlap!! Wonderful job, and super sweet project. 🙂
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  6. I love how it turned out! (And yes, Plan B is often better than Plan A!) Your mom will love it!
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  7. Alison,

    I LOVE what you created here and the meaning behind it all! I didn’t realize you loved daisies as well, I thought the blog name was more about “accidents” so it was fun to learn they are your favorite flower too. I have always loved them, they look like smiles to me, I even carried them in my wedding! People thought I was being cheap, but they really are my favorite flower.

    I love that you added the detail about why you each love your mom to the stems of the daisies. I agree, it will be her favorite part. A few years back, I made a jar for Mom for Christmas that had 52 slips of paper in it, all with things I am grateful to her for. Each week, she would open one and get to see another reason why I love her! It was, and still is, one of the best gifts she ever got. It didn’t cost me a penny and it brought her so much joy.

    You have done some really amazing things with the goodie box from Plaid. I am glad they sent it to you and appreciate that ou let us know how things work. I want to try that sprayer that lets you use acrylic paint as spray paint! I also think those stencils look beautiful. Are all the items available in stores already or are they being tested and then released?

    Thanks for another great idea and I love the color combo ou came up with!

  8. BTW, I just watched you vlog and I thought you did a great job showing everything. I enjoyed getting to see and hear you, and also getting a glimpse of the new place. Good job!

  9. Your video turned out GREAT, Alison! You look so cute in that hat~I love it! What a fun craft package…Christmas in April is right! Your mom is going to treasure her gift! It is SO pretty and meaningful! Love the color and the burlap:)
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  10. SO SO cute Alison! I love this color – seriously, it’s my fave. You’ve outdone yourself!
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  11. So cute and sweet! I would love for you to share this (and any other creations) at Pin It and Win It Wednesday @!

  12. It turned out so pretty! I love the idea of the different flowers from everyone. I am also so jealous of the box full of goodies you received, how fun! Excited to hear about Snap Conference. Read everyone’s tweets and tips!
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  13. I love the little note- I would never think of adding a note onto the flower like that- such a fun way to do it! Love this project!
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  14. Very pretty project – perfect for Mother’s Day. Totally jealous of your “haul”.
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  15. This is very pretty, and such a simple project. You did a great job on it. I really love the colors. So pretty with the flowers. Thank you for sharing this cute project.
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  16. SOOOOOO cute!!!

  17. I set up the tripod and taped myself while mr. oopsey was out of town

  18. So my question is this….how did they use the exacto knife to help cut out the letters?


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