All this week we have been sharing summer craft ideas using mason jars. We have actually been running this series for a few years now and have amassed over 90 ideas in total. That means that if you are a mason jar lover, this is definitely the post for you! Grab your jars and get crafty this summer with a few of these ideas. They are sure to put a smile on everyone’s face!
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Acrylic pouring is a technique that you may have seen on canvas. Did you know that you can use this same paint pouring technique on any surface? Yes even on mason jars! I even have a new product for you that makes this project even simpler. This post is sponsored by Decoart, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
This post is also a part of mason jar week where we are sharing fun mason jar crafts all week. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s ideas or head to the posts from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4 if you missed any of the fun.
I am kicking off mason jar week with some painted mason jars. I fell in love with this sea glass paint and just had to use it to paint a trio of mason jars. Grab your paint and your jars and make a few for your home. They look gorgeous in beach or nautical themed rooms! Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see what mason jar ideas the other bloggers in this series have for you today as well!
You can make your own wedding mason jars in minutes with some cut felt and a little twine. Okay, maybe you are not planning a wedding but these jars are just too cute to resist for any occasion. So, I am actually in two blog hops today. One is for crafts made with items from the dollar store. The other is for quick 15 minute crafts using felt. This fits in with both of those! That is what I call a win-win! You can also see more great ideas at the bottom of this post so don’t miss those.
Decorated mason jars are perfect for any season in my opinion. I thought I would make a quick and easy version for summer today. These jars are great for the center of your table this Fourth of July or on a mantel to celebrate the season. Make a rosette from a bandanna to decorate the front in just a few minutes.
We have been sharing DIYs for summer all week using mason jars. I thought I would share all of the links here with y’all today. If you are looking for some simple craft ideas for summer, this is definitely the place to be. Grab your jars and get started on some of these fun projects. You will love adding these crafts to your home decor or we even have a few recipe ideas that scream summer. Y’all enjoy!
This utensil organizer is perfect for your kitchen. It is a great way to use mason jars to organize in the kitchen. Plus it is a chalkboard surface so you can change it up as often as you need to! Grab the supplies below and get started on making one for your home today.
Y’all are going to love this hot dog lover gift basket idea. This is perfect for anytime of the year. I have a fun idea for you to include some DIY condiment dispensers with it as well. You know for mason jar gifts week I just had to include some jars with this gift idea. If you want more ideas for gifts in a jar, scroll to the bottom of this post to see the ideas from my partners for this series. Also stay tuned as tomorrow I will round up the entire series in one post!
Make some Father’s Day mason jars for Dad this year. I love a gift idea that the kids can help make. These Father’s Day mason jars are simple enough for even the smallest of children to join in the crafting. This is a part of Craft Lightning Father’s Day where we are posting Father’s Day craft ideas that take 15 minutes or less all week. Scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s ideas. Missed some of the fun this week? See the other ideas from this week on day 1 and day 2.
Wedding invitations can be pricey! But I have these wedding invitations with mason jars that you can customize right here and download for FREE! What!?!?! Yep! Download yours today then have them professionally printed at a store near you. Your guests will love these wedding invitations and you will love how cost effective these are! These are a part of mason jar wedding week so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for even more great wedding ideas from our blog partners for this series! If you have missed any of the series this week, be sure to check out the mason jar wedding ideas from day 1 here.
It is the second day of Halloween mason jar week y’all. I am making a craft that might take you two minutes to complete. These bloody mason jars are perfect for your scary Halloween decorations. You will only need two supplies to make your own version…oh and your glue gun…but you have one of those right? This post is sponsored by Adtech adhesives however all projects and opinions are my own. If you missed day 1 of Halloween jar week, just click here to see those great craft ideas.
There are a ton of mason jar snow globes around but I thought I would put a summer spin on the same idea. These beach mason jars are a fun addition to your home decor. You can also add them to a nautical themed room for kids or even a bathroom. Grab a few supplies and make your own in just minutes. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting here in case y’all missed it. This is part of a series of mason jar crafts that I am sharing all week. You can see more from my partners for this series at the bottom of this post.
I don’t know if I believe it but y’all Easter is this weekend! I came up with a fun way to use washi tape to make stickers and thought I would use the technique on some Easter mason jars. This is a part of my compensated design team work with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
Is your spice drawer a mess? I have a great solution for you! Organizing spices in mason jars. However my version has a unique twist with chalkboard that makes this idea even better. This one was first posted over at the Darice blog however I wanted to share it here in case you missed it. I have been living with this mason jar spice organizer for over 3 months and it really works for us. I hope it will work for you as well.
Once the buttons were sorted by color, I already felt better about my button “collection”. Okay I might just be a button hoarder. You be the judge. I then cut white card stock to the size of the mason jar lids. I stamped the colors in each jar on the top of the lid.