This mason jar idea takes repurposing to a whole new level. Instead of altering the glass jars themselves, this craft uses them as molds to create gorgeous candles. Go on and check out our feature of Tick Tock Vintage's project for the inside scoop.
After bonding over a shared love of Pinterest, best friends Miranda and Jamie decided to complete one craft from the pinboard-style social site every day and share it on their blog, The Pinterest Project.
To avoid unwanted personality hiccups, handling vibrant-colored spray paint takes a little fore-planning and a lot of vision. Chances are, a pop of mustard yellow in an otherwise rustic-feeling room would stand out in a bad way. Which is why tackling this mason jar project demands a little more attention. Check out Joy's Hope blog for more details.
Vertical gardening is a great technique to fill up a space. The displays add an earthy touch to what would have been an otherwise drab wall. So go on and check out our feature of Not Just A Housewife's tutorial, which shows us how to turn ordinary mason jars into chic wall planters.
We've seen mason jars used as mugs before. No surprise there. But a sippy cup? Well, there's always a first for everything! Learn how to make one of your own from our cover of blogger A Bit Of Sunshine.
On her blog, Yesterday's Sweetheart, the vintage enthusiast will show you how to transform recycled wood, Mason jars and antique doorknobs into this stunning wall hanging that's perfect for displaying cut flowers.
Almost anything spray-painted in gold seems elegant and classy -- as long as it's used judiciously, of course. These mason jars, a project we featured by Claire Bock, for example, is exemplary of gold spray-paint used the right way.