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  • Amanda Smith

    Painted Mason Jar Lids to coordinate better with a party color palette.

  • Jenifer Mozelak

    Fun kids party idea. Used with chalk marker to write name on lid.

  • Kari Sanders

    DIY kids mason jar cups!! - Perfect for a redneck, birthday party :)

  • Leandra Perdomo

    spray painted mason jars - @Danielle McGraw party favors for lilly's b'day party??? Depending on how many people you invite!

  • Martha Violette

    mason jar sippy cups // a bit of sunshine country party ideas.

  • The Daily Meal

    Holiday DIY: Mason Jar Party Favors

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@leslie walther These are so amazing, I HAVE to share - I'm making them for a friend for one of her Bridal Shower Favors.. but they would make GREAT decor around your home, or for any wedding, etc. This website shows how to make them, and gives examples of what photos would appear BEST in the jar (colored, B, Sepia, etc.) Therefore, you can use whichever photo you think looks best!! Enjoy!!!