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How to Make a Sharpie Stained Glass Mason Jar

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Sharpies and a glass jar is all you'll need to create this beautiful Sharpie Stained Glass Mason Jar.

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I love the look of stained glass, especially when I can choose the colors. But I’m not a fan of actual glass work. Did you know you can make a stained glass mason jar with sharpies? And it’s so easy!

If you love sharpie crafts, check out Stained Glass Sun Catchers

This craft can be made with any mason jar. I found this beautiful jar at the Dollar Tree and knew it was perfect for this project.

It was impossible to capture just how pretty this jar turned out in a photo. I tried every lighting I could find. It’s just gorgeous in the sunlight when it turns. The colors blend and creates new colors and that’s where I shall put it.

Let’s make a Sharpie Stained Glass Mason Jar!




1. Preheat the oven to 325

2. Remove stickers and wash your mason jar to remove oils and debris.

3. Pick your sharpie colors and start coloring your mason jar. Try to not overlap any colors as the new color will remove the previous color or change it to another color.

colorful glass jar

4. Once your jar is completely colored, place it on an oven safe dish and place in oven. Cook at 325 for about 20 minutes.

glass jar in oven

5. This jar will be HOT! Be so careful removing from the hot oven. Set aside and let completely cool, around 15-20 minutes.

6. Hold up your masterpiece and stare at the awesomeness you just created.

colorful sharpie stained glass jar in the sun


Be creative when you color your jar. Make stripes, shapes or checkered patterns.

Don’t overlap your colors. It will be like a whiteboard, if you color over a previous color it will remove the color and ruin your marker tip. If it is dried, it will change the color.

Cooking your jar is not necessary, but it will hold the color much longer.

I would not consider this dishwasher safe. If it needs to be washed, hand wash only.


Let me know if you make a Sharpie Stained Glass Mason Jar and share a picture on Instagram or Facebook or leave a comment below! Enjoy and thank you for reading!

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