Ombre Mason Jar Round Up

Mason Jar round up time again! Ombre style painted jars.

These are some styles Ive painted over the past few years. All these jars are done using spray paint. Its just a picture share so you can see colors and be inspired to ombre paint. 🙂

Some metallic ombre. You can see some metallic spray paints in this post.

Metallic ombre painted mason jars. Gold, copper, silver.

Paint all one color then add the second color for the ombre effect and even a third like shown at the bottom. If you want to paint your own jars and just a beginner with spray paint you can visit my spray paint tips post. 

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Pink and gold is a popular color combo.

Blush gold and pink mason jars.

A little navy and ivory! I love navy blue, is such a classic color. Its a color that looks good on anyone as well.

We all know some colors just don’t look good on us…

Navy blue mason jars.

The aqua junkie in me loves this one! Ha ha! And the Hydrangeas!? My neighbor picked some from her mothers yard on a visit.

If I could Id have them in all my pictures! LOL Perfect ‘clumps’ for mason jars and well they rock! But… they come with a price tag.

Pink and aqua ombre mason jar.

A pint size one too.

Pink and aqua mason jar. Ombre.

This is a set I made custom for a pink and red color themed baby shower a while back when I sold mason jars. A bit of twine and paper flowers added.

Perfect for Valentines Day too!

These are some oldie but goodies they have my brown background. Ive converted to the ‘white’ like the pictures above.

Its always a work in progress, right?! Ha ha.

Pink and red mason jars.

Some gray, ivory and yellow. This color combo is used a lot for weddings and baby showers.

Gray mason jars.

Update: More ombre pictures I found. 11/6/2016.


metallic ombre mason jar

Some old school jars! haha


And I have to throw in some Halloween! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays!

I gave these to a friend. They were more or less test jars way back when…

Halloween mason jars. Candy corn painted.

My friends and family always receive the ‘project’ jars! LOL. This became the ‘final’ version. I also do them in the pint size.

Ivory and rose gold wedding Rose gold ombre

I know I have more… as I dig through my Massive collection of jar photos I’ll add more! 🙂

Do you like the ombre style? What is your favorite color combos? What color combo would you like to see?

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Pink and aqua ombre mason jar.

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Comments (10)

  1. Jillian

    I hope you’re still active, I found your blog from a Google search “good ombré spray paint.” The mason jar you painted on the left in the picture with the gold/copper three. Is that nickel into copper? Chrome into gold? I really like the color combo, want to copy for a terra-cotta planter! Thanks , impressive spray painting skills

    11/10/2020 at 2:22 am Reply
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  3. Elysa

    Hello Kelly! Do you have a tutorial for spray painting an Ombré mason jar?

    09/30/2017 at 11:37 pm Reply
    • Kelly

      No, not yet. I’ll try! haha.

      10/10/2017 at 9:11 am Reply
  4. Jenny Quinn

    I love these jars and want to try for sure. I love rose gold and have been looking for a good paint for that color. I have a question. Where do you find color jute twine for the jars. I would love some different color jute. I have even thought of trying to dye the natural color. Please help. I love your jars. I am so into painting them. Thank you, I will be waiting for your response by email. Jenny 🙂

    09/28/2017 at 6:29 pm Reply
    • Kelly

      Ive been finding it at the craft store and Target sometimes when seasonal stuff hits.

      10/10/2017 at 9:12 am Reply
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  6. Rebecca

    Hello! I love the red, pink & white mason jars with the twine & mentioned that you created these using spray paint…I wanted to paint them by hand, & was thinking of using plain old acrylic paint…do you think it’s possible to get the same effect? I’m not super crafty & this is a trial run for me 🙂 Any tips or advice would be great! Thanks so much!

    12/08/2016 at 12:42 am Reply
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