Mason jars have become all the rage right now. Not that we are complaining, these jars that are often lying around the house are really easy to turn around for nice decor. Better yet, use them for cute ways to organize all your bits and bobs. Here are some easy ways for you to take an ordinary mason jar from nothing to something cute and stylish for your home.
** Tip: Dollarama here in Canada sells Mason Jars for $2 so don’t go spending a lot on them!
DIY Mason Jar Organizer
This is a really great way to use mason jars to organize your bathroom supplies (cotton balls, Q-tips, etc) without taking up counter space. Not to mention using a block of wood at the back gives it a rustic feel and adds a little character to your bathroom (adorbs right?) Best part, it isn’t too complicated at all, here’s how to master this DIY.
Fairy Mason Jar
You don’t have to be a kid to still love everything shiny and sparkly, right?! Disney fairies ain’t got nothing on these jars. They would be great decor for a bedroom, a wedding, holidays, and bonfire where they would truly glow. Not many materials are needed but see the step by step instructions here.
Salad in a Jar
Okay, don’t think this means you have to eat it from the jar. By putting the ingredients in layers, you can measure the proportions and mix it up properly when you are ready to eat. Not to mention it’s a great way to keep everything ready for lunch the next day whether it is for you or someone else. Also, imagine using this idea for baking ingredients (cake, brownies) and gifting it someone, pretty cute!
Fruit Infused Mason Jar
Even though summer is coming to end, these cute jars would make a great addition to a BBQ or a party. Assign everyone a different color to keep drinks separate. Add your own favorite drink inside to make it even more personalized!
Candle Lit Jars
These subtle and cute candle lit mason jars can be used in so many ways. Use them as a decor piece for your room or as a way to give a hint of light to any atmosphere. Try covering the outside of the jars to make different geometric designs and let the light shine through. Worried about using real candles? Try battery-powered tea lights for the same effect.
How do you use your Mason Jars?
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