One of the first crafts I made when I first opened my business and had my very first outdoor market BESIDES my painted furniture was this little mason jar box.

They are super easy to make and I added a little painted word on the side.  With painted mason jars inside the box and flowers or greenery- these boxes were a hit.

I have sold hundreds of them.  This past winter, I had my last box available for sale and the women who bought it asked I paint the Wisconsin Home on it. 

This was one I made with Illinois Home

I thought I would do a quick video on how I put a personal touch on what seems to be an ordinary box.

Here is the step by step LIVE video.

What do you think?  So easy to create.

I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the vinyl.  I love to use Silhouette for all kinds of projects.  This bundle would be perfect if you are interested in getting one for yourself.  I cannot recommend it enough.

These make great gifts!  They are simple and just plain pretty with flowers inside of them.  Place it on a side table, kitchen island, or front and center on your dining room table.

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