Add creativity to the kitchen by repurposing old mason jars. They look beautiful when hung from the ceiling and act as an effective source of light for smoothly running your kitchen chores. I wanted an interesting lighting arrangement for my new kitchen and was inspired by a project featured in HubPages after browsing through several homemade light ideas.
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.
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.
We were just planning to remodel our home decor when my eyes fell upon a stylish wooden sconce with a mason jar in it at a jewelry store, containing pretty flowers. I was taken by its rustic appearance and on googling further came across some interesting designs which could serve as light holders, candle stands or even flower vases. The mason jar sconce tutorial on Rural Life Story helped me in my endeavor.
Sharpen your art and craft skills by making these delightful mason jar fairy lights that light up a dark night in inimitable style. I was showered with compliments from my friends and family when I made these for a New Year party, inspired by a post in Party Unwrapped.
Imagine how enchanting the backyard of your house would look when it’s decorated with a mason jar night light glorifying the outdoor ambiance. Taking help from NoBSMom, I made my version of a glittery night light with the nifty jars few weeks ago. Scroll down and learn the simple trick of turning mason jars into glowing wonders.
Hanging mason jar candles jazz up the ambience like no other artificial lighting can. It is just one of the numerous ways to repurpose mason jars to decorate the interiors or the garden. Here, mason jars are customized in a way that it can hold candles at a height allowing the project to be also known as mason jar candle holders. I developed a great liking for these beauties after coming across a post on Make it Do.
I had already received the Easter lunch invitation from my grandmother well in advance and my only dilemma was giving her a vintage-style gift. An ardent admirer of mason jars, my web browsing habit helped me come across an interesting way to make oil lamps or candles with the good old jars on Garden Matter. Just see how I turned them into glowing aromatic beauties.
Our anniversary is just a few days away and this time, I was thinking of a budget-friendly decoration theme for my party that I could DIY rather than breaking the bank. Luckily, my sudden tryst with a simple tutorial on mason jar string lights on The Backyard Blog made my job easy as I had a huge stock of those versatile jars, almost on the verge of disposal. The supplies were right on my table, and I followed the procedure given below to light up my porch.
You will be delighted at how the ever-versatile mason jar houses a light bulb of your choice to transform into a glorious pendant light! Sunday evenings at home will be far from boring with these lovely DIY lights warming up the ambience in their signature vintage style.