Mason Jar Mania

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It’s all about the Mason Jar today, yippee!  I love my jars and I love learning new ways to use them, don’t you?  You may remember a few of these ideas from the redheadcandecorate.com jar archives, but I’m thinking you probably missed a few because I have several.  Welcome to Mason Jar Mania!

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

What’s also very exciting is that I’m joining some of today’s most popular DIY bloggers with their cute mason jar ideas, too!  Here’s the “All Things Creative Team”, and you can click on all of their ideas at the end of this post.

First, let me take you on a mason jar tour through my blog.  I hope you enjoy and can find some of these ideas to be useful in your own home.

VINTAGE MASON JAR LAMP

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

SIMPLE SPICE JARS

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

VINTAGE PICKLE JAR VASE

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

PARMESAN CHEESE SHAKER

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

DIY JAR CHANDELIER

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

MASON JAR GIFT IDEAS

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

DIY JAR SOAP DISPENSER 

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!

HIS & HER SUN TEA RECIPE

Mason Jar Mania is full of mason jar ideas you may have never seen before! Anyone can do these jar ideas!


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15 Responses

  1. dad says:

    Very Clever, love, Dad in NY

  2. JaneEllen Jones says:

    You are quite the mason jar creator,love all your jar projects, will be pinning them and some will be printing out for “very soon” reference.
    Love them all but some are very favorite know will use this Summer. So glad you shared,look forward to seeing what other bloggers shared. Enjoy rest of week.

  3. Jenn says:

    I just started replacing all my outside solar stake lights with blue ball jars with solar inserts hanging on short shepard’s hooks! I’m up to about $13.50 per light, all total. ha! But I always hate how ugly solar lights are and I LOVE THESE! They’ll be easy to put away for the winter & I can hang retro ornaments on the hooks after the jars are put away. AND if a jar breaks, just get a new one! I wish I could post a picture! I love your site…. ~Fellow Michigander

  4. COURTNEY PIERCE says:

    I love these ideas. I am keeping several to work on very soon. Keep inspiring us. I love your blog.

  5. Julia says:

    Thanks for sharing such nice ideas! I love to come to your blog and find all the wonderful posts you share with us! 🙂

  6. Shelley says:

    I love your Mason Jar ideas!
    This is not quite an idea like yours, but I wanted to tell you I live on a farm, and my one favorite planted flower is the Zinnia! Every year they are planted against my split rail fence and bloom all summer long. Like many flowers, the more you pick them, the more they grow!
    At the beginning of every summer I buy a case of 12 Mason jars, and usually a bunch of raffia. Then it’s easy to make Zinnia arrangements- usually a set of 3- in my Mason jars tied with raffia or a themed ribbon , down the length of my farm table. Whenever we have guests, their “party gift” is an arrangement to take home, or we’ll take an an arrangement if we’ve been invited out.
    They are so simple, inexpensive, and beautiful.

  7. ColleenB. says:

    Such creative ideas on jar decorations.

    Right now, all my mason jars are used for canning and I try to get my hands on as many as I can find.
    I just bought a doz. pint jars at Goodwill store for 50 cents each(including rings and flats) and already have been used for canning but now I do repurpose other jars that I can’t use for canning.
    I have mixed mod podge (high gloss)and regular food color to make some tinted jars.

    • Julie says:

      Hey Colleen! I am a jelly jar lover. Something about jelly jars. I think they prob remind me of being a kid with peanut butter & jelly. Painting the jars sounds like fun to me. Can’t believe I haven’t tried it yet.

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