Trio of Hanging Mason Jars for Fall

DIY Fall Decor with Hanging Mason Jars

Kelly from Live Laugh Rowe loves fall and the decorating that comes with it. She saw a lovely idea from Pottery Barn for creating a simple vignette with hanging mason jars and vase fillers. Kelly happened to already have some on hand, so it took all of about 10 minutes to fill her jars with […Read More]

Best of PB #7: Made-from-Scratch Mason Jar Chandelier

Mason Jar Chandelier

Grace from An Adams Thing created her own mason jar chandelier after falling in love with its catalog counterpart. She deserves a huge pat on the back for literally making her very own light fixture. I’m sure Grace’s chandelier catches the attention of all her visitors!

Mason Jar Chandelier

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Mason Jar Snowglobes

mason jar snowglobes

Lindsay of Makely created her own little winter wonderland with repurposed mason jars, bottle brush trees, and fake snow. And when I say winter wonderland, I am not kidding! Lindsay made 21 of the adorable snow globes to display together on her antique sideboard. I love the special touch of the red and white twine and tags for a little “Lindsay spin” {wink}.

mason jar snowglobes

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Mason Jar Chandelier

Jessica from The Green Family says, “My love of mason jars began years ago when seeing them in my Grandmas’ kitchens. After seeing the Pottery Barn mason jar light fixture and the many DIY examples on Pinterest, I decided to combine my love of mason jars and barn wood to create my own version of […Read More]

Mason Jar Chandelier

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]

Mason Jar Snow Globes

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]