Last Updated on October 7, 2020
20. Mason Jar Holiday Lanterns
With a little bit of tissue paper and mod podge (or watered down glue), you can turn ordinary mason jars into festive holiday lanterns. This looks like a fun project for the kids, too! You can find a full tutorial for this easy project over at Crafts By Amanda!
21. Mason Jar Snowman
Tell me this isn’t your favorite snowman project, ever? You can’t. It’s the most creative and adorable thing I’ve ever seen made out of a mason jar! This DIY Christmas snowman would look awfully cute perched on any mantel. Go visit Vicki and Amy over at Canary Street Crafts for the tips and instructions, including where to get the supplies.
22. DIY Stenciled Jars
These stenciled jars are absolutely gorgeous, don’t you think?! I love how the paint was applied; it almost makes them look like a birch log. Go check out all of the details and instructions for these beautiful stenciled holiday jars over at Vicki Chrisman, including where to get these fabulous stencils!
23. Mason Jar Sconces
No electricity required here! Simple fill a few mason jars with fairy string lights, and hang them from a few stained boards with hooks for this beautiful home decor idea. You will find the full step-by-step tutorial for this project over at Hometalk, and if you’re not much of a do-it-yourselfer, the finished product is even available to buy!
24. Mason Jar Pressed Rosemary Candle
Enhance and bring to your home to live with these homemade mason jar candles with your perfect scent. These beautiful candles are made with sprigs of your favorite herbs, like rosemary, thyme and lavender. Check out the directions at Garden Therapy where Stephanie Rose shares her love of plants that have healed her from a debilitating illness.
25. How to Color Mason Jars
Do you love the look of antique blue mason jars on with your rustic home décor? But you do not want the price of the real deal antique blue mason jar? Carol with Blue Sky at Home has an easy tutorial on how to color mason jars for you. I was so surprised to see how realistic the tinted blue jar came out. Click here to see how to color mason jars blue with Carol with Blue Sky at Home.