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Got Mason Jars? They are cheap and easy to find, and here is some inspiration to have some fun with them!

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Fire Pit Party Tips: S’mores and Sparklers #YourHomeOnlyBetter

Fire Pit Party Tips: S’mores and Sparklers | Your home, only better.

There is nothing more All-American than a classic fire pit party with S'mores and Sparklers. Here are a few tips to keep the mess and dangers at bay.

Super Simple: mason jar with river stones and candle #NaturallyAmazing

Yellow – the Naturally Amazing Color of Summer | Your home, only better.

Summer is finally here, and I’m excited to kick it off by partnering with French’s Yellow Mustard – a longtime family favorite. #NaturallyAmazing

DIY:: Easy Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planters ! Perfect  Easter, Spring, Mother's Day Gifts !

Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planter

I love succulents! Mostly because they're about the only plant I can keep alive in my house! So, I decided to do a fun spring version of a succulent planter to brighten up the house while it's still a bit gray outside. I was inspired by the springy colors of my daughter's sidewalk chalk and oddly enough, I had all the coordinating craft paint colors on hand, so it worked out perfectly! #SpringColors #MothersDay These succulent planters are so easy to put together. I had everything o…

A few jars of different sizes staggered on a runner or a piece of fabric looks modern and sophisticated.

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Make a fabulous fall centerpiece with some items gathered from your yard, some craft supplies, and a little ingenuity.

How to drill a hole in a jar and put lights in it.--Good to know for those wine bottles and mason jars

The Intersection of Design & Motherhood | Top Lifestyle Blog | Design Mom

Popular lifestyle blogger, Design Mom, is back with another easy Holiday DIY to show you how to drill through glass with step-by-step photos, so that you can put a string of Christmas lights in a Bottle. Click here now for the tutorial!

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Easy to follow tutorial on how to tint your mason jars. Custom colors for every project!

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Some years ago, on a beautiful spring morning, my children and I woke to discover that a sweet neighbor had left a paper cone hung with flowers on our front door. We wondered what the occasion might be, and then realized that it was May 1! Not very many people still celebrate May Day—but what a pleasant surprise that was!

Repurposed Holiday Tablescape Ideas

Repurposed Holiday Tablescape Ideas | Your home, only better.

A repurposed holiday tablescape has no rules. Use what you have in different ways, from lights, to vases to placemats! Play a little and have fun!

Store buttons, etc. in canning jars on a 3 tiered rack.

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Mason Jar Lighting | DIY  (I so want to try this!)

Mason Jar Lighting | DIY (I so want to try this!)

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If Stones Could Talk

Read about the exciting world of reclaimed stone and outdoor living--lots of exciting topics to be covered!

American Made

Whether you're a maker, a DIYer, or a new small business owner, consider this your go-to spot for practical advice and inspiration. From tips on how to find investors to real stories of how crafters turned their favorite hobbies into flourishing businesses, we're here to support all things local and celebrate all things handmade.

Doggy Treat Mason Jar!

Dog Treats in a Jar

Next time you're mixing up cookies why not bake your four footed friend a fun treat of his own-This is a super easy and quick DIY perfect for Dogs and Dog lovers - I got the recipe from Rachel Ray and have labels and photos at ****please note! a reader mentioned cinnamon can have adverse effects in dogs so I recommend removing it from the recipe*** http://pennywiseblog.blogspot.com/2012/12/not-creature-was-stirring.html