Lisa of Concord Cottage was looking to make a change to the old light fixtures that were in her kitchen. Her original intent was to replace them but then she became inspired by a mason jar chandelier she saw online to revamp her existing fixtures. All she had to do was repaint the fixtures and […Read More]
Lo of A Lo and Behold Life spruced up the mosquito repelling candles in her outdoor space this summer with PB-inspired lanterns. All it took was a trip to the hardware store for pickling jars, rope, a clamp, and drawer knobs, and Lo was on her way to having a bug-free and stylin’ porch! Lo […Read More]
While cleaning, Dawn from Creative Cain Cabin accidentally broke one of the pendant light globes in her bathroom. Doh! Unfortunately, it wasn’t the first time Dawn had broken a globe, and she was done scouring stores for an identical match to finally just purchase two of the “least offensive” option. Dawn found a solution she LOVED by creating mason jar pendants with vintage Edison bulbs. Now Dawn will never have to worry about finding a matching replacement globe again!
The fluorescent lighting above her kitchen sink was hardly the unique look Erin of The Savvy Seeker wanted for her cottage style kitchen. Erin decided to replace the eyesore with a mason jar pendant she whipped up in all of thirty minutes. I love how beautifully the industrial Edison bulb and the country mason jar come together.
Mason jars are for more than just canning nowadays. Check out this chandelier made by Cassandra and Nate from The Life of CK and Nate, who suspended their jars from braided jute and added a few light bulbs for a soft glow. This would make for a great upcycle project if you’ve got a stockpile […Read More]
Check out these cute snow globes Heather from At The Picket Fence made out of mason jars. If you don’t have some already, mason jars are so easy to get your hands on. People often will just give them away, or they can also be found through Craigslist or Freecycle. Heather simply filled her jars […Read More]
Kimba from A Soft Place to Land created a little terrarium out of a large glass vase she found at Marshalls. I think this is the perfect bit of natural elements to perch on a window sill. Her original inspiration came from the Pottery Barn Found Antique Pickling Jar which retails between $139 – $179. […Read More]