I was wandering the Christmas aisles one day looking for pieces to match my farmhouse style Christmas decor. Even with farmhouse decor being popular I just couldn’t find exactly what I was looking for. I wanted something that had a pallet background with a Mason Jar twist. That’s when I came up with this DIY Mason Jar Lid Christmas Tree and I love it! The best part is that it literally took me about ten minutes to make. Simple as that.
DIY Mason Jar Lid Christmas Tree
To begin creating a DIY Mason Jar Lid Christmas Tree you need only a few things. I used an 11″ X 30″ X 1.5″ whitewashed pallet style board for my backdrop. I used regular mouth Mason Jar lids and a wooden star ornament for the topper.
Securing it all together with a hot glue gun. Make sure you always have a good hot glue gun on hand. The one below is one of my favorite hot glue guns:
The easiest way to create this DIY Mason Jar Christmas Tree is to line up all of the Mason Jar lids to create an outline of a tree. I used 16 regular sized Mason Jar lids in total. I also lined the wooden star ornament at the top to eyeball exactly where I wanted everything. You can see the image below to get an idea of how many lids I used per row.
Once everything is lined up properly the gluing can begin. I started with the star and worked my way down the pallet. You want to add just a few dots of hot glue on the back of each Mason Jar lid and then press them firmly onto the pallet.
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Once everything is secure you simply will let the DIY Mason Jar Lid Christmas Tree dry before displaying. This makes a great piece to set by the fireplace. You might even think to hang it up somewhere in a gallery. No matter where you display it, it is sure to be a wonderful addition to any farmhouse Christmas decor. With little time to spare during the holidays, it being an easy Christmas craft is a bonus. No one will ever know it took you ten minutes to create.