Things you need: Mason Jar, Marbles (the flat stone kind), Hot Glue Gun. First make sure you clean your jar. Nobody wants a gross looking jar! Next start from the bottom of the jar and glue a line of marbles. You may not be able to squeeze a perfect line in every time but do not sweat it. As long as the jar looks filled, no one will notice one marble not in line with the bottom row. After you finish gluing all the way to right before the rim of the jar, go through and make sure you have no hot glue strings and you are done! Now you have a beautiful new jar to gift or display in the home.
raisedincotton.typepad.com Fill two-thirds of the jar with lamp oil and secure the lid. Place a cotton wick in the jar and let it sit for about one hour before lighting so the oil soaks up into the wick. Nail a hole into the lid and pull the wick about a quarter inch out of the hole.
stylelushblog.com Take the top out of the lid and replace with sandpaper.
housetohome.co.uk Glue plastic animals to the lids and paint.
mysisterscottage.blogspot.com Drill a hole into the top of a mason jar for cute, colorful yarn storage.
1finecookie.com Is this not the most amazing idea? You can add the ingredients/toppings to the jar and save it to bake whenever. You can bake the jars as long as you submerge them in a deep baking dish that is filled with water. For full instructions, click
justcallmemissdiy.wordpress.com This is an awesome idea if you’ve got stainless steel going on in your kitchen. Fill jars with spices, label them, and glue magnets to the lids.
mysisterscottage.blogspot.com Nail lids into the bottom of a wooden shelf. Fill the jars up and screw the jar back onto the lid when you’re done. This would also be great for storing pasta in a kitchen.
littlemissmomma.com Fill with acrylic paint, and then let the paint drain out. Click
here for the detailed tutorial. You can also spray paint the insides for candy-colored vases. Click
here for the full tutorial.
wordpress.com Wrap the rim with twine and hang.
beyondbeyond.co.uk Inscibe your label with a hot glue gun, let it dry, and then proceed to paint the outside of the mason jar.
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theletteredcottage.net You could also use scrapbooking letters.
realsimple.com Many detachable blade assemblies screw right onto a mayo jar or a small-mouth Mason jar.
here for full instructions.
apartmenttherapy.com Even if your mason jar doesn’t fit exactly, many light fixtures use screws to tighten the fit of the shade.
homemadesimple.com Turn the jars onto their sides and hot-glue them together.
emmalinebride.com Or simply paint the lids with chalkboard paint for easy labeling or organization.
indulgy.com OMG, the baby Tabasco bottle…
indulgy.com Poke holes in the lid and fill with baking soda and essential oils.
theyummylife.com Mix together old-fashioned rolled oats, greek yogurt, milk, chia seeds, and any kind of sweetener or fruit that you want. Shake it up and keep it in the fridge — it’ll stay good for up to two days.
thekitchn.com “Sugar, vanilla powder, and creamer packets are sealed inside a plastic bag and packed into the canning jar along with some rock salt. When the ice cream mood strikes, you combine the ice cream ingredients in their bag, add some ice to the rock salt, and shake vigorously.”
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