Add a sparkle to the interiors of your home with a glitter mason jar. You can club a handful of such jars for making a brilliant wedding centerpiece. I was driven into making them after coming across a fantastic post in Ann’s Bridal Bargains.
A pin cushion comes handy to most sewing enthusiasts as digging out the tiny needles and pins from a drawer or box can be irksome. Not only does it provide an accessible spot for the sewing essentials, but you can also keep and carry it anywhere. Few days back I came across a tutorial on Momtastic that showed a simple way to make a no-sew pin cushion with mason jar. Here is my version.
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Friends, do you suffer from Mason Jar addiction?
Is there anything you wouldn’t put in a Mason Jar?
From brownies to flowers to sea shells to gold bullion… if you’re suffering from Mason Jar addiction, you know you’d stuff it in a Mason Jar…
and then wrap it in burlap or dress it up with pearls.
You get me.
You totally get me. I’m glad you’re here.
From Instagram user Katherine Gage1, how about this cute idea? It’s a Travel Money Jar! Clever, right?
If you’re planning a vacation, or a little spring break getaway, start saving and keep your eye on the prize by creating your own Travel Money Jar.
In other news, I should totally have a “I’m going to Hawaii this year one way or the other,” jar. 🙂
What will the label on your Travel Money Jar say?
I was looking back through the Mason Jar Crafts Blog Pinterest Board, and I got lost in how many really beautiful Mason Jar crafts we’ve found over the past year or so.
So, I decided to share some of them with you… in case you missed them. PLUS, I have invited several people to the board to Pin their favorite Mason Jar crafts and I’m including some of those here as well. Love it!
I have so many favorite resources for finding crafts to drool over. I realized one day that using the power of Facebook lists, I could create a huge craft blog list of bloggers I love so that I could see everything they post on Facebook with just one click.
It’s like having my own crafts newspaper that I can look at whenever I want without having it overtake my Facebook feed. Plus, this way I don’t miss anything they post. Ever.
This is one of those things you’ll have to see to really get, so click here to go to my Monster Craft Blog List on Facebook. All you have to do is click “follow” in the upper right hand corner of the Facebook page, and from there you can also choose to share it with all your craft loving friends, as well.
I love my craft blog list and I hope you will, too!
We love those Mason Jar crafts using just the jars, don’t we? But Mason Jar lids are pretty sweet all on their own. I’m fascinated at how many things you can make with the lids – even the baking you can do with them. Turns out the lids of Mason Jars can be little springform pans.
Isn’t that smart?
I’ve found oodles of creative uses for Mason Jar lids, but I’m hoping you’ll help me find more. If you see an idea for the lids, it would be awesome if you’d share the link.
Washi Tape & Mason Jars go together like peanut butter & bananas! There are so many colors & patterns in Washi Tape, the possibilities for decorating jars is limited only by your imagination!