Hello all Graphics Fairy readers! I am Angie with The Country Chic Cottage. I am going to show you a variety of things to do with the amazing mason jar graphic. Each project can be easily made with card stock and your printer. I even mocked up some sheets just for your printer in the correct size. First up, if you are planning a wedding, why not make your own place cards and table numbers?
The simple mason jar adds a rustic touch to your wedding reception. I printed mine on white card stock.
The place cards are made by printing off these sheets. They print on an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of card stock. Cut on the lines then fold in the middle.
Then just write on the names of your guests. Such a simple project for your wedding reception. Plus for the cost of card stock and ink, you can have customized place cards.
For the table numbers, print the following size mason jars on 8 1/2 by 11 inch card stock. Cut around each one and punch a hole in the top.
I used grey ink and some stamps to stamp on the table number. Then I threaded with jute twine to hang. If your hand writing is better than mine, you can just write on your number. This is an extremely affordable alternative for your reception tables.
Add these elements to your wedding reception for a country farmhouse feel. DIY wedding reception decor for brides on a budget.
Not planning a wedding? I have some mason jar fun for you as well. I made a printable sheet with various size mason jar graphics for different sized tags. Print these on 8 1/2 by 11 inch white card stock, cut out, and add a hole in the top. They can then be strung with twine or ribbon to use around your home.
Tags that you can use all around your home for all types of organization.
This tag is the medium size version. Perfect for tagging the items in your office or kitchen pantry.
Need another idea? Take the largest version and add to a jar or food gift. Perfect to give to the special person in your life.
What would you tag with these printable mason jar tags? Start printing yours now.
Thank y'all for having me today. Come visit the cottage anytime!