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Today I am sharing all things Mason jars.
You know I love mason jars. I have spray painted a few, collected a few, canned a 1 or two, and even gifted a few and more! There are just that many things to do with mason jars.
First let me show you a few of my very own.
Mason jars are now found in mass quantities and antique store, thrift stores and of course now sold at Walmart and more. You can actually buy a case there pretty cheap.
During the Holiday season when your budget gets a little off track giving a simple mason jar gift filled with goodies
can certainly brighten up anyone’s day. And if you want to get a little more creative
Spray painting mason jars can add a little fun to any table top decor. Same jars
different scene see Decorating with mason jars
Of course there is a variety of color choices to fit the theme or Holiday you would like to incorporate your mason jar decor
Spray painted mason jars for Valentine’s day
Gosh, please pardon my horrible photography skills from the past.
You learn a lot as you go, and I actually cringe when I see some of my older work.
But anyhow, you get the gist of the projects I am sharing and rest assured
they looked super cute in person:)
As I mentioned earlier for every Holiday
a Mason jar can be incorporated
I actually copied this Holiday mason jar idea, but my photos are so bad, I can’t even share in this post.
I shuttered when I saw it LOL
These cute little Halloween mason jars sure did not last very long with my boys around
These colors here below were probably my favorite because they simply go with everything
No specific style or theme can be left behind
Perhaps you are an all things coastal gal.
This Coastal mason jar is super cute!
I love the vintage picture added
The possibilities are endless!
Last but not least is my Mega mason jar that I purchased at Hobby lobby.
You can even paint mason jars with chalk paint and achieve a romantic rustic vibe
like Linda from It all started with paint did.
She is the mason jar queen indeed and even has an etsy full of them for purchase.
These would be so pretty on a wedding table.
Mod podge burlap and stencil mason jars
Spray paint a mason jar with rust-oleum.
If your looking for more creative uses for Mason jars
And a simple spring Mason jar
check it out my gallery of Mason jars
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Linda @ it all started with paint
What a lovely surprise to wake up on Monday and find myself featured over here on your fabulous blog!!! Thank you so very much, my friend. And I hope you and your mason jars are having a fabulous weekend!
Linda @ it all started with paint
Meant “Sunday” not “Monday” — where is my head at!!! 😉
My hands down favourite,,,,the one you just did in the metallic.It is such a warm color.
So nice, I love all your mason jars you have so many , did you paint them inside the jars oh outside I have only tree from Cracker Barrel.
Have nice Sunday!!!
No I did not paint the inside of any of them. Thanks:)
Wow, those are some cute ideas using the mason jars.
Debbie…I think I mentioned a favourite.,,you know I love them all.!!! I have so many and now I will use your latest color..Thanks always for cute ideas!!.
so if you didnt paint the inside, how is the color in them? I have mason jars, don’t want to go buying new ones already painted as I am trying to be as frugal as I can. I loved the many looks you showed. Great gift ideas:)
I think the color just sees through them…thanks
I have to pick a fav, because that’s what I do with multiples of things….. the red ones are followed closely by the photo beach jar one. Guess that’s two favs huh?
I have a love affair with mason jars so all of these cute ideas are great. I actually am headed over to pin some or your great ideas. Thanks for sharing.
I love love love this post Debbie. Can’t get enough of the jars. I love your ideas and will pin them! Hope all is well and that you are getting off to having a fun summer. I just had a week out of school and did nothing but craft, but am now willing to do a few things around the house. 🙂
Thank you for this post…I have recently acquired over 200 of these older style mason jars and I have done the pin cushion thing for my own personal use but wanted some fresh ideas on what to do with the rest…I really love the distressed white chalk paint…thanks again for this post!
I love Mason Jars too. I don’t have the heart to paint them though….
Maybe a new one I could paint.
I only paint the new ones too, not the old ones:)
Daniela @frugal ain't cheap
wow, I love the chalk painted ones!!! super cool ideas
Love all the different effects. I especially liked the white ones. One of my grandsons is getting married next may. I
think those would be pretty for his rehearsal dinner.
Love to you and the guys, Ginger
So fun! I never get tired of looking at Mason Jar projects. Love the round up.
I love the red ones and the chalk paint ones best of all. Pinning!
Why is it when I see a post about mason jars I have to read it and save it? I was going to get off my pc, get ready for bed but when I saw the mason jars mentioned I had to open it and then of course had to comment on ideas.
When I want to paint them I get the jars from the thrift store, not my expensive real Ball blue ones and not even ball jars, they’re usually Atlas brand that are little different but like how they look. Every time we go to our local thrift shop I have to see what they have, at 25 cents each (without lids) I grab them. Hubs says I have enuf. Can you ever have enuf jars? Don’t think so. Happy days
Love mason jars….you certainly know what to do with them
hooray for mason jars! So many cute projects (and I adore your roosters!!!!!!!!)
I had no idea I could use mason jars so many ways! Thank you for all the great ideas.
Great inspiration Debbie – I love all of your tips and tricks here!
Love all those great Mason Jar projects….those jars have really come a long way from just “canning”…
i love every one and the photos are amazing i dont care what you say 🙂
I have seen the jars spray painted or a lot of them show the tutorial using a sponge brush.. what process do you use.?
I have done them all sorts of ways. Spray paint, paint brush, sponge brush, whatever your heart desires.