It’s so easy to make your own DIY sunflower painted mason jar! With the right brushes and technique, you’ll find yourself painting sunflowers on any surface. Add in some fun fall foliage for the perfect accent to your autumn decor. You can even paint several and use them as a centerpiece on your table.
- Darice Pint Mason Jars
- Acrylic Paint (in two shades of yellow and two shades of brown)
- White Spray Paint
- Fall Foliage
Start by spray painting your jar white. Be sure that the jar is clean before painting. I like to use rubbing alcohol to clean the surface, allow to dry, then paint. Allow your paint to dry completely before continuing.
To make the main sunflower shape, you will need two primary brushes. The first is a round sponge pouncer brush and the second is a wide brush with a point that looks like it is in a petal shape. You can see the ones I used below.
If you’re a sunflower lover, you’ll want to take a look at our DIY sunflower wreath project.
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