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Mason Jar Goodies for Cold Weather

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I love fall and winter. It’s a time when you stay huddled at home with people you love, and friends and family spend more time together. Today’s Mason Jar goodies are all about cold weather and all the get-togethers you’ll hopefully enjoy this season.

Whether you have them at the ready as little gifts for those who drop by, or you use them as rustic additions to your decor, I think you’ll agree that they’re completely wonderful.

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I can picture these sitting by the door in a rustic basket. I predict they’d be a big hit!

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]I’m absolutely crushing on this simple Hot Cocoa mix in a Mason Jar. I love the colors, the simplicity, and the varied textures of the hard chunks of peppermint next to the soft, fluffy marshmallows.

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At Thanksgiving, I could see peanuts and yellow M&M’s, and maybe some candied orange peels.

Christmas could be all sorts of things in red, green, gold, silver… all the beautiful jewel tones of the season.

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10 {Adorable} Christmas Mason Jar Crafts

We are loving all the fun new Christmas mason jar crafts popping up!  There are so many to choose from that we wanted to put together our most favorite.  (Aren’t these bloggers incredibly talented, by the way?)


These Christmas Mason Jar crafts are so stinking adorable! Love these bloggers. <3

Santa’s Belly – This cute craft idea is easy to make and comes with a free printable.  Fill the jar with your favorite red candy and you’re all set.  From Polkadot Chair.

Glowing Snowman – Use fake snow and decoupage to make this fun snowman craft.  Throw in a battery powered votive candle and it glows! From Chica Circle.

Rudolph – This kids craft is made from an empty baby food jar and is so adorable.  For a bigger version, use a full sized mason jar. From Love and Marriage.

Snowman Ornament – Turn an empty baby food jar into a snowman ornament to decorate your tree.  Kids will love this!  From Crazy Little Projects.

Cozy Snowman – Use white yarn to cover a mason jar and adorn it with a DIY mini scarf and buttons to look just like a snowman.  From Kristi Murphy.

Snow Globes – This simple and elegant snow globe is easy to make and totally beautiful.  From Lauren Conrad.

Snowflake Jar – Use a Cricut machine or stencil to cut snowflakes from scrapbook paper and glue them to a mason jar for a fun winter craft. From Your Homebased Mom.

Playdough in a Jar – Make a batch of this candy can playdough and give it as a kids gift.  They’ve also got a free printable gift tag!

Lid Photo Magnets – Use just the lid from a mason jar to make magnets adorned with your family photo.  From 36th Avenue.

Vintage Snow Globe – This is adorable! This is a vintage car carrying a freshly cut Christmas tree home.  From It All Started With Paint.

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Patriotic Mason Jars {Hot Etsy Find}

I’m crushing hard on these Patriotic Mason Jars. Love the red, white & blue glitter for 4th of July. But, you  could use these again at Christmas. Right? That makes the $25 price for all three and even better deal!

Beautiful red, white & blue glitter patriotic Mason Jars.

by TrulySouthernDecor (25.00 USD)
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Frozen Birthday Party!

Normally I share NOTHING but Mason Jar crafts (and sometimes other kinds of jar crafts) on this blog. But, today I’m going to stray just a tiny bit… only for a very good reason. On one of my other blogs, I’m giving away a mega Disney Frozen birthday party pack and Disney Princess Anna dress. As many of you who are scouring the universe looking for Frozen goodies, I thought it would be a shame (bordering on slightly criminal)  not to share the giveaway with you as well. 🙂

Hope you don’t mind!

All you have to do to enter is pop over to Momcaster and enter the Rafflecopter giveaway. GOOD LUCK!

Win a Frozen Birthday Party or Princess Anna Dress!


And now, onto some amazing bloggers with amazing Frozen inspired jar crafts & desserts for your amaze-balls Frozen birthday party!

From the Country Chic Cottage, take a peak at this Frozen Blizzard in a jar. How clever is this, y’all?

Frozen Birthday Party Idea
via The Country Chic Cottage

The Event Fairies have come up with a Frozen Birthday Party centerpiece that is too cute – and it’s cheap to make! So cute!

Frozen Birthday Party centerpiece ideas



Found any other Frozen Birthday Party ideas you’d like to share? Leave a link in the comments! And don’t forget to go enter the Frozen Birthday Party giveaway!

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Mason Jar Wedding Ideas!

Spring is on its way – thank goodness. Lots of couples will be tying the knot this spring, and oodles will be looking for Mason Jar wedding ideas. Mason Jars are perfect for a wedding because you can use them in so many ways, and they are really inexpensive to buy in bulk and dress up.

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Mason Jar Wedding Ideas for Spring Weddings

From Brocade Designs: these Mason Jars are dressed up for the wedding reception with orchid blossoms, twine and a white votive. Aren’t they lovely?

Mason Jar wedding ideas for a spring wedding.
via Brocade Designs

From Bubby & Bean She cut up an old catalog and began decoupaging Mason Jars to create candle holders for her wedding. She shows you exactly how she did it and how you can, too.

Mason Jar wedding ideas for a pretty spring wedding.
via: Bubby & Bean

From August & After: I know you’ve seen these Mason Jars with photos in them before. But, I think her tutorial is so great and that she continues to enjoy them long after the wedding is so special, you should give these another look. 

Mason Jar Wedding Ideas for a Spring Wedding
via: August & After

This last one is from me – and while it’s not a Mason Jar, I’m including it here because I think it could very easily be adapted to become a darling Mason Jar wedding idea. I made several of them, and when I light them at night, they are so pretty.

Wedding Center Piece idea using Dollar Store candle holders, keys and vinegar. :-)

First, I took some keys I had – just silver colored regular keys you probably have laying around – nothing fancy, and soaked them all in white vinegar for a couple hours. It gave them a nice rustic patina that I love. Once they were all dry, I coated some of them with Mod Podge and sprinkled them with a very fine glitter dust.

I took an old book and tore out some pages and decoupaged a Dollar Store candle holder with it. While the Mod Podge was wet, I wrapped some twine around the holder several times. When it dried, I added another all-over coat of Mod Podge to the entire thing and sprinkled it with some very fine glitter – the same I used on the key.

Then, I tied my rustic key to another piece of twine, wrapped it around the twine I’d already wrapped around the holder, and secured it with a little knot.

Wedding Center Piece idea using Dollar Store candle holders, keys and vinegar. :-)

Wedding Center Piece idea using Dollar Store candle holders, keys and vinegar. :-)

So there you have it – some pretty Mason Jar wedding ideas. I hope your wedding is WONDERFUL!

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St. Patrick’s Day Mason Jars

When my daughter was a little girl, she got more excited about St. Patrick’s Day than any little kiddo I’d ever seen. She SO wanted to capture a leprechaun and would plan and plot to try to figure out how to get it done. In honor of my all-grown-up darling daughter, let’s celebrate the holiday she loved with some St. Patrick’s Day Mason Jars!

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Elizabeth (my girl) would have LOVED this! I remember polishing coins with Brasso to make them look like gold coins – just for her.  Get over to Eve of Reduction to see how they’re made!

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via: Eve of Reduction

How darling are these jars? From Yesterday on Tuesday, you’ll love this tutorial for sweet St. Patrick’s Day jars that you can customize any way you like.

St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar crafts!
via: Yesterday on Tuesday

Sugar Plum Blog said, “The Pinterest people are going to eat this up.” Oh, how right you were! It’s too adorable, for goodness sake! Y’all pop over to her blog and get the recipe and how-to so that you can make these darling St. Patrick’s Cake in Jars.

St. Patrick's Day cake in Mason jars
via: Sugar Plum Blog


You know you HAVE to serve these Lime Sherbet Floats in Mason Jars on St. Patrick’s Day! Yum-ME! PS: I love that she made them on the cheap. You’ve gotta get her recipe.

St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar party drinks
via Home Cooking Memories

I wish each of you a super happy (and safe) St. Patrick’s Day! May your beer be green, and your Mason Jars filled with Irish awesomeness!

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Where to Buy Mason Jars with Handles in Bulk

I’ve gotten several requests asking where to buy Mason Jars with handles in bulk. As always, good old Amazon saves the day! (How did we ever live without Amazon?)

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{Precious} Mason Jar Baby Shower Invitations

Take a look at these adorable Mason Jar baby shower invitations I found by Stellar Designs Pro. Just $21.

They’re gender neutral and have a lovely vintage feel to them. Precious, right?

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Super Bowl Party Ideas – in Mason Jars!

The Super Bowl is Sunday, February 2nd this year. If you’re planning a party to watch the game, I know you’re tearing Pinterest up right now looking for cool ideas to make yours the Super Bowl party to remember.

And if you’re a Mason Jar lover, I know you’re not going to feel quite yourself unless you incorporate them somehow. Right?

So, my darlings, here are some really fun things you can do with your “jar babies” on the biggest football game of the year. You’ll look like a party-throwing rock star!

Super Bowl Party Ideas – in Mason Jars!

Super Bowl party ideas - with Mason Jars. FUN!

How simple is this popcorn in a jar situation? I’m thinking paper, Washi tape and twine.  The Popcorn Factory blog. 

Awesome ideas for Super Bowl Sunday parties using jars!

This is a simple way to serve, isn’t it? From It’s Overflowing, I think you could fill your jars with all sorts of Crudités.

Get ready for Super Bowl Sunday! (Using Mason Jars, of course!)

Pizza in a jar! Let me say that again because I don’t think you heard me. PIZZA. IN. A JAR. From the brilliant mind behind 1FineCookie comes the food that you’re going to want to bring out at half-time because we are NOT having this upstaged by some football throwing boys.

And let me just say… I’m glad I live in a world where humans come up with things like Pizza in a Jar.

How to make Pizza in a Jar!

This beautiful Shepherd’s Pie in a Jar looks so hearty and delicious. Perfect for a cold day filled with men yelling and drinking beer. – Cravings of a Lunatic

Fantastic ideas for your Super Bowl party - and they're all in a JAR!

PS: Here are some other Mason Jar noms that you’re going to want to consider for your party. Trust me.

Cornbread & chili in a Mason Jar

Cupcakes in jars

Delicious cocktails in jars

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Yummy Valentine’s Gifts in Jars

I adore jars, and even though I’ve never been a real “Valentine’s Day” kind of girl, I find these lovely examples of sweetness and love completely irresistible. Forget a card someone else wrote! Make your Valentine something special with these gifts in jars.

Sweet Valentine gifts in jars.

Lovely and simple Valentine gift in a jar. You can make it, too!(via ~ Shaken Together Life )

I love the look of this lovely pink popcorn filling a large jar as a Valentine’s gift. It’s so unexpected. You can buy the strawberry popcorn at Amazon, or I’m sure you can make it yourself. And how cute would it be to tie a couple movie tickets around the top?

Delicious strawberry candy coated popcorn in a jar makes a sweet Valentine gift.



I think you could add all sorts of little embellishments (like these I found on Amazon) to the outside of your jars,  toss something wonderful on the inside, and you could create something entirely precious to give your Valentine as a gift this year.