Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials

Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials

Frankenstein is a classic staple for Halloween and Mason Jars seem to be a staple in crafting! Put the two together and you get the birth of a monster, Frankenstein Mason Jars! These Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials will be fun to get the kids involved as a craft you can make together! Mason Jars make great gifts and they serve the purpose of being decorative and holding things in them!



Here are some great Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials:
Frankenstein Mason Jar
Frankenstein Mason Jar PDF - This is actually a printable tutorial in PDF on Painting a mason jar to look like Frankenstein. The only thing I didn't like about this tutorial is that it's in black and white. It's practical though because you can print it and carry it to your craft space without having to refer to your computer device. So, because of the practicality and the cute design, it made this list!
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Duct Tape Frankenstein Mason Jar A Googly Eyed Frankenstein! This Frankenstein Mason Jar tutorial uses green and black duct tape for every aspect of the design except for the circles around the eyes and a draw a circle for the nose. You're going to need a sharpie for that! The side of Frankenstein's head are foam corks, which I think is a creative way to say he was created in the kitchen! Great idea!
Frankenstein Mason Jar
Frankenstein Mason Jar - This green jar was painted with sour apple green acrylic paint. The eyes were done with a white marker. The rest of the face was done with a Black sharpie marker. I love the hair in this tutorial. The hair is made with black felt. The face design is very juvenile and great for kids party.
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Frankenstein Jar This Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials use an actual green ball Heritage jar. These jars come in this color. I think it was creative that she spray painted the lid black to be Frankenstein's hair. The large Googly eyes are great. It's hard to see the sharpie markings but if you put a tea light candle inside, I'm pretty sure Frankenstein's face will come to life.
Frankenstein Mason Jars
Frankenstein Mason Jars - Tissue Paper Mod Podge - Googly eyes and a sharpie marker pen make this a fun and easy tutorial. The black hair was drawn on the nape of the jar. Great for the kids!
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Frankenstein Mason Jar - This crafter used Paint used for metal (instead of acrylic paint) , googly eyes, black sharpie and electrial tape. She painted the jar in 2 coats with created a dark green rich color. The eyebrows for this Frankenstein face design are funny. I really like the black screw nuts placed on the side of the "head".
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Frankestein Mason Jar Tutorials - The inside of the jar has tissue paper that was set in place with mod podge. The Frankenstein face is lime green tissue paper mod podged on the outside of it. The face elements like the scar, the nose and the mouth are also tissue paper shapes that have been glued on. I like the orange and green Frankenstein look, it's very unique. This is a great Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorial.
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Frankenstein Mason Jar with Washi Tape As a paper crafter, I was wondering when Washi Tape was going to rear its head in these tutorials! It's funny because this crafter was originally going to make Halloween cards but decided against it when she saw the jars. The best part of this project? As the crafter stated, the best part of using Washi Tape on the jars is that after Halloween, she can easily strip the washi tape off and use the jars for a different project.
Frankenstein Mason Jar
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials with Dry Ice - Okay, so this isn't exactly a mason jar...it's more like a vase. I chose to include this tutorial because of the dry ice factor! The glass vase isn't green, the water inside has been turned green with food coloring. The bolts on the side of this jar are thread spools. The mouth, stitches and hair are made up of adhesive foam. The eyes on this Frankenstein are also googly. You're supposed to refresh the dry ice as needed. I'm not quite sure how long dry ice lasts?
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Frankenstein Jar - In this Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorial, the mason jar is spray painted green. The hair is made with felt and the bolts are made of corks. This tutorial also shows you how to make a Pumpkin and a Monster with Mason Jars.
Frankenstein Mason Jar Tutorials
Frankenstein Mason Jar - I added this project as a bonus tutorial. I like that there was texture added to the mason jar. The little rocks you see on the jars is epson salt that was dyed green. This tutorial also uses googly eyes. The black and white polkadot ribbon is used to top it off. In the light the jar looks adorable, but add a battery operated tea light, turn off the lights and the texture of the jar can make this look quite menacing!

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