Step 1: Figuring the Dimension of the Holder.
I decided to go with three mason jars which came to a 4" by 12" inner dimensions. Depending on which style or size jar you use you'll have to figure these dimensions out for yourself.
I decided I wanted to keep the Ball label showing so the inner height came to 3". But again depending on the jars you use you'll have to measure your own height.
I then put all the pieces together to make sure the jars fit in the holder.
Step 2: Putting It Together
Step 3: Staining, Painting, and Drying
Second, I put on two coats of Rust-Oleum Heirloom White spray, again paint all sides and let dry.
Step 4: Weathering the Wood
I then used hand sand paper to do the edges and other fine sanding to get the final look I wanted.
Step 5: Finishing!
I'm sorry I don't have a picture of it actually in use but my girlfriend put some glass stones in each jar till you could see it over the edge of the board and then added candles to each one. You could also use this for plants/flowers or a silverware holder.
Hope you enjoyed the project! Keep building!