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How to Make a Mason Jar Ring Wreath

Get ready for Christmas with this mason jar ring wreath.Mason Jar Ring Wreath

You’ll Need These SuppliesSupplies for Jar Ring Wreath

  • Bowdabra bow wire—6 lengths @ 15″; 6 lengths @ 12″; 1 length @18″
  • 6 lengths 3/8″ satin ribbon @ 7½”
  • 12″ length 1½” patterned ribbon
  • 36″ length 1½” patterned ribbon
  • 7 mason jar rings (3″)
  • 7 Christmas ornaments
  • Mini Bowdabra
  • Hot glue and glue gun

Instructions for Mason Jar Ring Wreath

  1. Cut the ribbons to length. Quickly pass the ribbon ends through a flame to seal the ends and prevent fraying.
  2. Next, fold one 15″ length bow wire in half and put it in the Mini Bowdabra. Tuck the ends of the wire under the Mini Bowdabra to keep them out of the way.Wire in Mini Bowdabra
  3. Using one length of 3/8″ satin ribbon make a fold-over bow.Fold Over Bow
  4. Compress the ribbon with the wand.Compress Ribbon
  5. With the ribbons still in the Mini Bowdabra, pass the wire ends through the loop and tighten. Tie a knot on the reverse side. Leave the wire ends uncut.Pass Wire Ends through Loop
  6. Repeat Steps 2 through 6 for the remaining lengths of satin ribbon. You should now have six mini satin bows.
  7. Arrange the jar rings as shown.Arrange Rings for Mason Jar Ring Wreath
  8. Use the wires from the satin bows to join the outer jar rings to the central one. Leave the wire ends uncut to allow for any adjustments.Join Rings for Mason Jar Ring Wreath
  9. When all the rings have been joined and the bows in place, cut the wire ends.Joined Rings with Bows for Mason Jar Ring Wreath
  10. Use the 12″ lengths of bow wire to join the outer rings to one another.Join Outer Rings
  11. Next, fold the 18″ length bow wire in half and put it in the Mini Bowdabra. Tuck the ends of the wire under the Mini Bowdabra to keep them out of the way.
  12. Center the 12″ length of patterned ribbon in the Mini Bowdabra.Large Bow Tail in Mini Bowdabra
  13. Then, with the 36″ length of patterned ribbon make a fold-over bow.Large Fold Over Bow
  14. Compress the ribbon with the wand.
  15. With the ribbons still in the Mini Bowdabra, pass the wire ends through the loop and tighten. Tie a knot on the reverse side, leaving the wire ends uncut. Fluff the bow and arrange individual loops.Pass Wire Ends through Loop Attach the Bow

  16. Attach the bow to the top ring. Leave the wire ends uncut for hanging the wreath.Attach Bow to Top Ring
  17. Hot glue the ornaments into the jar rings.Hot Glue Ornaments to Rings
  18. Enjoy your mason jar ring wreath!!Mason Jar Ring Wreath (Instagram)
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