The greatest thing about mason jar crafts is that by nature, they are really easy to put together. And there are so many things you can do with them! It’s shocking the amazing things you can make with just a little bit of creativity!
Mason Jar Crafts
Cupcakes in a mason jar. How cute would this be for a party!? Check out Just Easy Recipes for the tutorial.
I LOVE this idea of hanging a mason jar herb garden on the wall from Not Just a Housewife! What an amazing way to grow your herbs indoors!
You can pretty much paint mason jars any colour, but check our these awesome DIY mercury glass mason jars. You can see the tutorial at Landee See Landee Do.
And they make such a cute little centrepiece with some wild flowers in them. So pretty for a garden party. This particular photo is from an outdoor wedding.
Another brilliant use – turn them into a hurricane lantern and add a candle. Confessions of a Plate Addict came up with a super cute decoration for autumn.
I’m not convinced I have 6 baking supplies that are white to fill these spice jars, but it sure makes a neat and tidy photo. Of course you could fill them with whatever spices you want. See the tutorial at Freckled Laundry.
I’m not a big user of twine but I could totally use this concept for holding yarn. Garden Therapy turned a mason jar into a cute little twine dispenser.
This is so cute for the holidays and would make such an easy and fun little craft to do with kids. Make mason jar snow globes!
I LOVE this photo from It Started With Paint. Paint your mason jars silver, line them up and check out the how amazing they look as vases.
Get some tassles, tie them around some mason jars and you have festive drinks decorated for a graduation party. From The Land of the Swoo.
Okay, this is just too cool! DIY mason jar solar lights! Some people are so creative! Check it out at Garden Therapy.
Or do you want to turn your mason jars into mugs? Find out how in this tutorial from Dollar Store Crafts.
Some ideas are so simple and seem so obvious when you see them, but I never would have thought to use a mason jar to cover your plant markers in your vegetable garden. Typical Martha Stewart.
Okay, this will link you to where you can buy these personalized mason jars, but you could totally make these yourself too. Just google DIY etched glass.
Thrifty and Chic came up with these Pottery Barn inspired hanging mason jars. I can totally picture these looking great at a front entrance. Or even on a porch, lit up on a night that you are having a party.
Make your own sequin mason jar vase, and check out how pretty it turns out! Here’s another one from It All Started With Paint.
This is another one where the link is to where you can buy these cute little mini mason jar wedding favours. But you could just as easily make these yourself too.
This would be so pretty at a cottage or country home. Hang a bunch of mason jars with candles in them for some outdoor lighting.
The Six Sisters always have great ideas! Bake a cake right in the mason jar for a personalized dessert.
There’s something about this next one that is super simple, yet brilliant. I could totally see myself making this mason jar soap dispenser from The Blissfully Content Life someday.
More painted mason jars! But this time, check out the tutorial from Bargain Bound for how to get the distressed look.
I feel like this tutorial for DIY Mason Jar Lids from Clumsy Crafter will come in handy some day. Definitely cute for a party.
If you are feeling particularly patient and creative, you can make these red white and blue mason jars for your fourth of july party.
This is another cute idea, this time for mason jars for the laundry room. Make some cute little labels and a box, and you instantly have an adorable spot for all the odds and ends you pull out of pockets.
Another excellent idea – hang mason jars on the bathroom wall for personal toothbrush holders for the whole family. So clever! Check out the tutorial at Lolly Jane.
Now here’s an interesting idea for all you DIYers – Use mason jars on a chandelier like this one from Marty’s Musings.
And finally, make your own mason jar drink cups. I love the personalized labels on these and the striped straws. Such a cute idea kids! See the tutorial at Ginger Snap Crafts.
Who knew there were so many things you can do with mason jars!? There are so many great ideas in this list that I wouldn’t even know where to start! Which idea do you think you’d make first?