Yesterday, when I was emptying a spaghetti sauce jar of its last yummy contents, I wondered how I might upcycle it into something that could be useful, and even enjoyed. Of course, the crafty ladies of the internet did not disappoint! I continue to be amazed at the creativity that exists out in jar crafts land!
I’m crazy about the way these upcycled jars are decorated. The look so clean and elegant and if this cream color wasn’t your thing, any color that suits your decor (or wedding) would be lovely.
I know I say this all the time (because I get so excited about Mason Jar crafts). But, OH MY LORD I’M IN LOVE. You’re gonna want to sit down for this because it’s Mason Jar amazeballs.
There is something about AQUA Mason Jars that makes my heart beat faster. Add them to a chandelier, and I’m gone.
This is via Shabbyfufu, and before you click over to her site, let me warn you… it’s major eye candy in her internet neck of the woods. The talent behind the blog is Janet Coon, and my gosh y’all, she’s got some kind of magic. Plan on spending some time there, and definitely check out her pink sweater pumpkins!
Meanwhile sweet readers, I’m glad you’re still out there, loving Mason Jar crafts. I’ve had some health issues which have kept me from blogging the way I’d like for the past six weeks or so. I’m on the mend now, though!
Oh! And if you’re not hanging out with me on Momcaster, I’d love to see you there, too. If there’s a man in your life who “kerbitches” about how much time you spend on Pinterest, show him thisand make sure he scrolls ALL THE WAY DOWN. 🙂 That should shush him up.
I’m in the mood for color! These four Mason Jar crafts range from soft pastels to bright rainbow colors and they are absolutely delicious. Prepare to fall in love, y’all.
Are these Mason Jar party lights anything short of fabulous? I’m mad for them! They’d be so lovely on a deck during a spring or summer party on the patio, wouldn’t they?
From the Etsy shop Limb Trim, crush on these sweet, ombre, pastel painted Mason Jars. Cute as a monkey in a cowboy hat riding a pig. 🙂
These Lime Sherbet floats in Mason Jars look so cool and refreshing, don’t they? Scoot over to Home Cooking Memories to learn how to make them. Hint: You’ll only need 2 ingredients! Isn’t that awesome?
Check out these bright,rainbow cupcakes in Mason Jars! So, so pretty. You can get the how-t on Just Easy Recipes, a South African “guide to simple, tasty recipes.”
So I was tooling around the web recently when I saw a couple Mason Jar crafts on Lifehacker that I’d never seen before. Sure, I’ve seen LOTS of Mason Jar lights of all sorts, and I always fall in love with them. I can admit this addiction to you because we’re pretend internet best friends. 🙂
But, this “Blind Phineas” (Chris Holmes) has created what he calls “Industrial” Mason Jar lamps that are really pretty different and I’m completely diggin’ them!
Y’all know Mason Jar Crafts make me happier than a goat butting a stump, right? So, tonight, rather than being out on a hot date with my very handsome Tall Man, I decided to show off some Mason Jar Lights (and the blogs that create them) that are favorites of mine.