Creating A Mason Jar Centerpiece From Old Barn Wood Or Pallets

This is just my style and I thought some of you might like it, too. ~ Linne

Old World Garden Farms

With the garden all planted and growing, and a little bit of extra time before the heavy picking and canning season begins – we thought today would be a great time to focus on an easy DIY project using old barn or pallet wood.

Mary had been wanting a centerpiece for our barn table at the farm –  and with the table measuring 12′ long – the hardest part was to come up with something that could fill the space and still look like it belonged.  The answer came in the form of some left over barn wood and a few mason jars.

The best part about this project is that you can create it in less than an hour using some simple scraps of barn wood or pallets.  We built ours to be 48″ long and with 5 mason jars evenly spaced to fit the long table – but…

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2 thoughts on “Creating A Mason Jar Centerpiece From Old Barn Wood Or Pallets

    • I would love a nice big table! and the place to have it, of course . . . I think the one they have is 12 feet long, so the centrepiece takes up a third of the length. I thought it was such a good up-cycle idea, as it can be made in any size.

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I look forward to reading your comments. ~ Linne

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