Mason jars make everything look cuter. Stick a cute straw in them and the lemonade tastes a little sweeter. They are taking over shelves in our craft stores. Here are 17 creative ways to use mason jars throughout your home.
Gather various sizes of mason jars. Fill with sugar, flour, dried pasta and grains. Label them. Chalkboard labels make it easy to update.
Show off your heirloom silverware in mason jars nestled on a tray. They also make plastic ware a bit fancier when placed in mason jars on a buffet.
Here is a thrifty and prettier alternative to keep the bugs away. Turn your mason jars into Citronella Candle Oil lamps to use on summer nights.
Take a piece of reclaimed wood and attach blue mason jars to create a wall planter for your backyard. Fill with pretty flowers or herbs from your local nursery.
Print out table numbers on parchment paper and glue to a stick. Create mini terrariums in the jars for a centerpiece for your next event.
Tape off strips and paint with gold paint to create this modern flower vase. For a simple vase use Washi tape around the lid to add a pop of color.
The kids will love making these as a memory box of their summer vacation. Fill with a little sand, a few mementos and a photo. Add a tag with the place and date to remember for years to come.
If you love going to outdoor movies or concerts in the park make a Picnic Caddy. Spray paint the jars with frosted glass. Carry your utensils in the jars and place them on a table with a candle to dine by candlelight.
Mason jars get fancy in this beautiful chandelier. A quick search on Pinterest will offer you numerous ways to make a chandelier.
Add a pump and the jar becomes a vintage soap dispenser. You can buy the pump tops or make your own.
Organize your bathroom by placing q-tips, cotton balls and make up brushes in jars. Make a holder and mount to the wall to get them off the counter but easy to grab.
Mason jar lids lined with cork are transformed into custom coasters.
Follow this tutorial to make a patriotic wreath you can hang inside or out for your Fourth of July party.
Bake mini pies that will be easy to transport for summer picnics and beach trips.
Cover the lid with chalkboard paint and you have a tag for storage or as a gift tag.
Turn the lip and top over and you have mini tins to cook in. Serve mini cheesecakes. The middle pops out of the top and serves as a plate under the cheesecake.
17. Cinnamon Bun Breakfast Parfait Container – Exclusive for The Good Stuff Readers
Turn a cinnamon bun into a delicious breakfast parfait with this Coupons.com exclusive recipe.
- 1 roll Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
- Vanilla Yogurt
- Grilled Apricots
Heat oven to 400 degrees. Butter inside of mason jar. Place one roll in each jar and bake 15 minutes. Top with yogurt, apricots and drizzle with honey.