I don't know about you but I am mason jar obsessed! I use them for their obvious use of storing things but also for mugs, for gifts, and I love to spend my weekend making mason jar crafts! They are easy to get your hands on, budget-friendly and super stylish. Mason jars come in all sizes and there are unique looks to each brand.
You can create new lamps or lanterns, a fun craft for kids, a vase for your Spring flowers, a beautiful new candle holder and so much more with something as simple as a glass mason jar. So let's get started!
1. Hanging Succulent
2. Glow Jars
Now here's a DIY project that your kids will want to get in on! These jars are so much fun to watch glow when the lights are off!
3. Gold Painted
Gilded mason jars can be a wonderful decor addition to your house! Use them for storing pens on your desk, flowers by the window or toothbrushes in the bathroom!
Create a beautiful lamp out of materials as simple as a mason jar and sea shells that you've been collecting every time you visit the beach!
5. Glittery Candle Holders
Celebrate Valentine's Day the right way with beautiful homemade crafts! These glittery candle holders are a wonderful craft to do with your girlfriends!
6. Copper Dipped
Copper is seriously in style and that's why these copper dipped mason jars will look stunning on your dining room table as a chic centerpiece.
7. Bug Repellent
These summer luminaries don't just look gorgeous as a display for your backyard patio table, they are also working to repel insects as you enjoy your BBQ!
8. Herb Garden
Turn your used mason jars into a functional indoor herb garden so you can enjoy fresh aromas and flavors as you cook.
9. Wall Vase
10. Jar Chandelier
A chandelier of sparkling mason jars hanging elegantly and displaying brightly colored flowers that attract beautiful butterflies to your front door!
11. Pin Cushion
Okay crafters here's a DIY for your crafting materials! A clever way to transform a mason jar into a pincushion for your sewing materials!
12. Rustic Centerpiece
Looking for a pretty DIY centerpiece for your dinner party that will look great on your farmhouse dining table? Look no further!
13. Tissue Holders
Blow your nose in style! These painted mason jars no longer store your peaches they now hold your tissues!
14. Twine Dispenser
Wow! What an original idea! Make your life just a little simpler with a homemade twine dispenser! This is perfect for the serious crafter!
15. Hanging Garden
Another adorable example of how you can use recycled mason jars to house your succulents, cacti, herbs and more!
16. Bathroom Storage
Keep your bathroom organized and clean with a homemade bathroom organizer made from recycled pallet wood and recycled mason jars!
17. Salt and Pepper
Needing some new salt and pepper shakers? Well, don't go out and buy them! Make them yourself with recycled mason jars!
18. Photo Frame
A stunning way to store memories in a jar. Display your nostalgic moments in little nooks around the house by using mason jars.
19. Lava Lamp
I was obsessed with lava lamps as a kid which is why when I saw this super awesome mason jar lava lamp craft I just knew I had to try it out!
20. Soap Dispenser
There are so many clever ways to use mason jars in your house! Just look at how this mason jar got transformed into a stylish soap dispenser for the kitchen!
21. Spice Jars
Bring some order to your spice drawer with chalkboard mason jars so you can label and relabel your spices!
22. Log Bird Feeder
Enjoy bird watching by luring the birds right to your front porch! This is a fun mason jar craft that looks wonderful when finished!
23. Light a Fire
Cleverly store your matches in a mason jar. Poke a hole in the lid for easy access and add sandpaper so you can strike away!
24. Beachy Terrarium
Bring your vacation home with you by storing some of that golden sand and those beautiful seashells you found in a mason jar terrarium display!
25. Squirrel Feeder
Squirrels need to eat too! Especially before the long winter months. While you're busy feeding the birds you might as well feed the squirrels too!
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