I love this simple look! You could also fill it with anything you’d like: acorns, shells, pinecones, or anything that fits the room’s decor.
Instructions: Redberry Barn
With a few simple steps, you can turn mason jars into nifty to-go cups. These would make for fun gifts!
Instructions: Fine & Feathered
With a little bit of tissue paper and mod podge (or watered down glue), you can turn ordinary mason jars into festive holiday lanterns. This looks like a fun project for the kids!
Instructions: Put It In A Jar
10. Mason Jar Monogram.
If you want, you can use several Mason jars for a bigger DIY project like this monogram light which you can use on the patio. You need a square piece of plywood, a few jars and rims, wood screws, painter’s tape, a power drill, a string of lights and a hammer. Depending on the letter you want to use, the amount of supplies varies.
11. Acrylic paint Man Jar Desk Organizer.
Or you can use acrylic paint. Clean the jar and then pour some paint in, put the lid on and shake the jar until all its interior coated with paint. Remove the lid, pour out the excess paint and let the jar dry. Then create something cute or funny with marker.
12. Mason jar planter.
The last but not the least, a Mason jar planter to match your interior colors or to pop out on a wall. As you already know, all you need is a piece of wood, a bunch of clamps and how many jars you want. You can use up to seven planters in a row. Painting these jars and the piece of wood, allows you to really play with the entire interior theme and to enhance or highlight certain areas . In this combination of colors, be sure that this will be the first thing anyone will see when enters your house.
13. Vintage mason jar.
These are probably the best decorative Mason jars ever. They have a certain southern charm and there aren’t on everyone’s taste. But those who appreciated them look at these handmade items like genuine art objects. The Vintage Lace Masons are a great addition to any window sills. They look great on tables, at weddings, or in any cozy living room. The variety of styles allow people to place them everywhere. Also, you can make from them a charming Christmas gift to a close friend.
Add a vintage touch to your bathroom or kitchen with these inexpensive mason jar soap dispensers! With the right pump, I’m assuming you could also do this for lotion or hand sanitizer.
Instructions: Love Grows Wild