Did you know you can hand paint your old used mason jars to make beautiful centerpieces? They constitute an excellent albeit cheap décor item for weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, Christmas parties, etc.
When it’s Easter, you can think beyond eggs and other conventional themes. Right from whipping out a favorite sweet treat to decking the house with bunnies (not the real ones) and flower pots, here are some fabulous ways to put distressed mason jars to the best use.
Embellishing the patio with a string of lights undoubtedly exudes warmth and brilliance when the sun sets in. As always, mason jars seem to have become a statement piece for home décor enthusiasts like me. A bit of guidance from Doused in Pink was all I needed to dress the courtyard of my new abode right before throwing a rocking house warming party for friends and family.
Bridal showers could be the perfect occasion to recycle mason jars to create adorable centerpieces. I put my treasure of mason jars to use recently at my cousin’s bridal shower celebrations and was happy to earn accolades for my crafting spirit. During the course of the evening, it became increasingly clear to the family that the guests were swarming to the tables not only for the dinner and refreshments but to have a look at the mason jar decorations since almost all of them congratulated me on my efforts immediately afterward. I thought compiling a few centerpiece ideas in this post along with the tutorials could inspire many mason jar lovers like me.
Burlap mason jars are the epitome of charm in interior décor. Their rustic appeal can transform the ambiance of any celebration in a unique style. Though the skills required are minimal, the attractive piece is undoubtedly a feather in your cap.
Enhance your bathroom décor with a quaint mason jar bathroom set that adds a hint of charm to the otherwise plain surroundings. Since the commercial ones are pricey, it would be the best option to go the DIY way for a lively bathroom space customized to fit your aesthetics. Add to it, the immense satisfaction you get after finishing a homemade project.
Mason jars seem to be ruling every home in the recent times, with people choosing these cute looking jars for making every object of daily utility. Off late, my garden is blooming with sweet smelling flowers, and I can’t wait to arrange them uniquely in vases made from mason jars. After spending some time on the web, I came up with a galore of ideas that would help me in making cute bouquets which I can elegantly decorate in some of my upcycled mason jars I got hold of last week. Let me have the pleasure of sharing some of them with you.
As a creative escape from the drudgery of my 9 to 5 job, I enrolled in glass etching classes last year. The classes involved lots of glass engraving activities, and though I had to go through the initial learning hiccups, I nailed it at the end. Taking a cue from Sometimes Homemade, my first glass etching project at home was with mason jars.
Beautify your backyard with a string of solar lights using repurposed mason jars that glow like the stars when the night sets in. A sudden stint with ThriftDee while browsing some recipes for chocolate brownies two weeks ago stoked the crafter in me to experiment something unique with the good old mason jars. A bit of help from my twin helped me light up my mini garden.
A pair of colorful vases made from mason jars that I spotted at my best pal’s baby shower celebrations took my breath away. On returning home, I wasted no further time in checking out a few designs on the web, and a tutorial on momtastic helped me make my first mason jar vase which I flaunted with pride at a house party.