Owls have the reputation of being wise. Honor the grad with this witty owl Mason jar made out of a graduation hat box, paint, bottle caps, felt and googly eyes. Fill the jar with cash, a gift card or another thoughtful gift for him or her.
For a quick, easy winter centerpiece use hot glue or super glue to attach evergreens to an assortment of glass canning jars. Fill the jars with candles, Christmas lights, or both and let the light twinkle through the greenery.
The overall style of Sarah and John’s great room and kitchen is contemporary, organic and rustic. To add a touch of farmhouse charm, a simple Mason jar was repurposed as a soap dispenser by drilling a hole into the lid, then inserting a pump from a discarded plastic soap container.
While kids entertain themselves at the holiday soiree, it's important to always consider safety first, especially when it comes to candy. Before laying candy out, be certain to ask parents if their children have any allergies or dietary restrictions, then stick solely with small, soft styles rather than hard candy, which could pose a choking hazard.
Do you have any plant lovers in your life? This adorable bulb gift set is a great way to show them just how well you know them. And the best part is, it takes less than 5 minutes to make! All you have to do is fill the bottom of your jar with pebbles and add your bulb on top. Courtesy of The Happier Homemaker
Perfect for older kids or even adults, this cute double Mason jar is actually a candy/gift card holder with loads of style. Using 4 oz. and 8 oz. jars, simply glue the lids together for a double jar with two times the goodies. You can find the full instructions here.
This contemporary, open living space is contrasted with this distressed dining room table and mason jar chandelier. With purple accents through the large room, including an ottoman, dining chairs, and art, the entire space is pulled together.