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Mason Jar Door Hanger

Hello out there to all of you stylish SLPs! We are back again this week with Dean Trout who has been sharing with us some of her new beautiful door hangers. If you missed us last week, you can check out her gorgeous seasonal hanger here. We just love that you can switch out the patches depending on the time of year for quick, easy, and absolutely adorable décor! Well, I won’t keep you waiting any longer for this week’s goody, over to you Dean…

It doesn’t get any more southern than a Mason Jar filled with sweet tea.

Although I can’t offer you the sweet tea, unless you come visit me. I can, however, offer you this really cute Mason Jar Door Hanger!

mason jar door hanger

Is this not the cutest thing ever?

I mean, really?

Best of all, I can customize this for you with one of these pretty fabrics:

mason jar door hanger

I did mine in the red and white damask pattern you see on the far right, but you may prefer the new quatrefoil design, which is available in dark navy, light Turquoise, and a very bright Red.

Not a fan of that design pattern? Then how about the cheerful multicolored print? As you can see, they all pair nicely with the durable burlap. These fabrics are a heavier weight home decor cotton so your door hanger will last for years to come!

I am more than happy to make a trip to the fabric shops should you want a different fabric than what I am offering. However, I would like you to know up front that there will be additional fees added to the listed price for the “custom order”

mason jar door hanger

As you can see in this picture they are not skimpy in size. This one measures 19 inches tall and 11 inches wide, not counting the jute hanger!

This cute decoration is available in my ETSY store here.

This is the last of my door hangings for now, although I do have a large burlap pencil that will be available if you are into a more educational theme product.

Come back next week when I’ll be sharing a new SPEECH Banner or maybe even two. Ah, “sew” much to do, so little time!

But first, why not join me for a sweet tea on the back porch?

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