Farmhouse Kitchen Table Caddy with DIY Mason Jar Utensil Idea
Hope you all had a great 4th of July. With the weather being so hot, I have found myself doing a lot of indoor projects. One place I love switching up and redecorating is our farmhouse kitchen table. Every farmhouse table needs a table caddy right? What is farmhouse decor without a mason jar? We all use utensils right? Well today I am sharing how to create a farmhouse kitchen caddy using all these items to create a cute farmhouse caddy. Last month when I was sharing our 4th of July decor you may have noticed I used a lot of neutral colors? One of the items being the painted mason jars to hold my favorite rooster utensils. Using and decorating with neutrals allows me to re-use and add to these DIY projects through out the year.
I have had this vintage farmhouse carrier for some time now and have used it for quite a few different decorating ideas.
- Hydrangea’s Displayed in Out of the Ordinary Bud Vases
- Christmas Decor on the Hearth
- Gardening with Red, White and Blue for the 4th of July
Do you love ribbon as much as I do? I found this adorable tan and white ribbon on sale, I just had to have it. I knew the checked would go perfect with our farmhouse kitchen table since the chair cushions are done in a checked buffalo print and well the polka a dot ribbon was just too cute to pass up.
- mason Jars
- white chalk paint
- tan paint
- rooster utensils
- wire carrier
- Jar (recycled lemonade bottle)
- French Countryside dinnerware
- linen napkins
- glue gun/hot glue
I had chalk painted the mason jars with white chalk paint and painted the rims with a tan adding a twine/jute bow. I left the mason jars as is and just added the ribbon to the middles of the jars by using hot glue. Pretty simple.
Farmhouse Caddy with DIY Ribbon Wrapped Mason Jar Utensil Idea
Once the mason jars were competed, the vintage milk/oil bottle carrier was also wrapped with checked tan and white ribbon. Mason utensil jars were placed inside the vintage carrier along with a recycled lemonade jar filled with white roses and white saucers.
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