Paper Mason Jar Sleeves
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Paper Mason Jar Sleeves


June's Free Design | for Silhouette


How cute is this floral design, for one of Silhouette’s free designs in June? I love the delicate flowers and it almost reminds me of lace. The possibilities with this design are endless (plus it’s perfect for summer) and it was the perfect size for a mason jar sleeve.

Here is what you will need to recreate this mason jar sleeve.

  • Card Stock
  • Pint Mason Jar
  • Tape

Start by opening up the free design in Silhouette Studio and sizing it down to about 4 inches wide (if you’re using a pint mason jar like I did).


June's Free Design | for Silhouette

  • Cut the design out on the card stock of your choice.
  • Once the design is cut, wrap it around the mason jar and secure it with tape.
  • Viola! Doesn’t get easier than that.

Mason Jar Sleeve, June's Free Silhouette Design | for Silhouette


They say it’s all in the details, and these mason jar sleeves would be perfect for any summer fun that you might be planning. Be sure to download this free design for all your summer crafts.


Mason Jar Sleeve, June's Free Silhouette Design | for Silhouette


Brie Zacher

Hello, I'm Brie (like the cheese) and you can find me blogging over at, a place where I can catalog my favorite projects and post anything I'm passionate about. My brain usually has way too many project tabs open at once, but I absolutely love doing anything that deals with DIY crafts, parties, yummy food, paper making, decor, design, and really good photography. I currently reside in Ogden, Utah and have been married for 5 years now to a good look'n hunk, whom I gave my number to at a bakery I used to work at (written on a PB&J sandwich). I also love Dr. Pepper and chocolate (insert flavor here) cupcakes.

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  1. Aren’t you supposed to bend out the little flower petals? I didn’t even see them there at first.

    Cute idea!

  2. where is the free design?

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