1. Gather your supplies. I used scotch tape (or even my favorite double sided tape), scissors, a marker or pen, a scrap piece of card stock at least big enough to trace the lid, I used two squares of scrap batting 6" square and a 5" square piece of fabric.
3. Start layering your batting onto the lid. From the scraps left when cutting the circles, I cut a few squares to add first to cover the indent of the lid. Then I layered two batting circles, the actual scraps of batting and then another layer of batting circles and scraps. Experiment on how to use your batting scraps.
6. Pop the covered lid into the lid ring and push until it is securely to the top.
7. Add your cardstock circle to cover the fabric ends. I doublestick taped it to the lid and you are done. Now just place your pincushion lid onto it's original jar. You may need to give it a little push to catch the threads.
8. There you have it, one oh so easy Mason Jar Pincushion!
9. Next thing you know, your making a pincushion out of all your excess mason jars :-) I don't know about you but I'm thinking Christmas gifts :-) Of course there are more areas to decorate on these so I'm thinking some ribbons and sparkly bling to be added!
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