Make Your Own Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker

Good news for wine enthusiasts! In my quest to make something cool for mixing and pouring my martini, I landed up with the idea of mason jar shakers, after coming across an interesting post in Frock Files. Here is how I made it:

How to Make a Mason Jar Blender: A Simple DIY

Here is another amazing way to use your mason jars, and this time, we are making a blender! When I first stumbled upon the mason jar blender Trash is for Tossers, I couldn’t wait to pull out the iconic glassware from my kitchen shelf and try the project out with my kids. So if you want to enjoy an array of smoothies, whipped creams, and salsa to your heart’s content, here is the step-by-step procedure.

How to Make a Mason Jar Wine Glass

You can never really run out of options while crafting with mason jars. Take, for example, mason jar wine glasses. With a few simple steps, you can transform the humble glass mason jars into wine goblets, also known as redneck wine glasses. And don’t they look gorgeous! Being quite expensive otherwise, the DIY will also save you from burning a hole in your pocket.

How to Make a Mason Jar Snow Globe – An Easy DIY

For the summer break, I wanted to plan an exciting craft activity for my kids, and when I saw this marvelous snow globe on The Sweetest Occasion, I immediately got into action with my upcycled mason jars. I hope you will have a great time in taking a quick glance at these amazing snow globes in a mason jar.

Mason Jar Piggy Banks for Kids

These piggy banks make saving even more fun! Check out these awesome DIY piggy banks to help your kids save up for something fun. Mason Jar Piggy Banks for Kids Superhero Banks – Make a superman or batman bank to add some fun homemade decor in a superhero bedroom. Minnie & Mickey – These are the perfect way to get kids excited and involved in saving up for your next Disney trip. From Food Family Finds. Pink Pig – Use {Read More}

10 Mason Jar Ideas for The Bathroom

I have some of the most incredible mason jar ideas all for your bathroom. I bet you had no idea how many awesome ways you could use these things! I’m so excited to start making these! 10 Mason Jar Ideas for The Bathroom I adore these awesome soap dispensers from Love Grows Wild and surprisingly they aren’t hard to make! This wall organizer from The DIY Playbook is absolutely incredible.  They’re video tutorial makes it super easy to recreate this {Read More}

Valentine’s Day Mason Jars

There are so many adorable mason jar ideas for Valentine’s Day!  I wanted to share my favorite decor ideas that will make your home look festive.  These crafts are easy to make and totally gorgeous. Valentine’s Day Mason Jars These heart luminaries from Lights.com are so pretty!  Fill them up with their copper wire lights or just a flameless tea light. This Valentine craft is super easy!  Just cover your jar with heart stickers, spray paint and then remove.  I {Read More}

Mason Jars: Painted, Distressed, Embellished

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Bless my heart. I am so in love with crafts and crafty people, but I was born missing the part of my brain that makes me able to actually BE a crafty person. This weekend, while as sick as if I was on a dingy at sea in a storm, I decided to take some of my Mason Jars and my paint and whip them into a craft I could be proud of. Or at least not be too {Read More}

A Holiday Giveaway from Me to You

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Thank you for hanging around with me here on Mason Jar Crafts Blog. To let you know how much I appreciate all the shares, pins, and kindness from each of you, I want to send someone $50 worth of giant holiday candy! One lucky winner will go into a sugar coma and chocolate-induced hysteria when they receive this giant gift.   PS: Are you a blogger? I’m hiring! I pay $25 for every original post with photos, plus you’ll {Read More}

Mason Jar Centerpieces: {3 Darling} Ideas

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Whether you’re handling hostess duties this Thanksgiving, or you need something pretty to offer your hostess as a thank you, you really should consider making one (or all three) of these darling Mason Jar centerpieces. To learn how each one is made, be sure and click through to the bloggers’ sites by clicking the photos. Personally, I’m crazy about all three, and I think once fall is over (so any minute now), you could tweak each one just a bit to create {Read More}