Get creative with these 50 Mason Jar crafts and recipes. You’ll love these simple and fun gifts, recipes and creative crafts in a jar.
50 Easy Mason Jar Crafts & Recipes
It’s time to get creative with Mason jars! Whether you love to host parties, bake, craft or garden, you will enjoy enjoy these 50 creative Mason Jar crafts and recipes! There are so many fun ways to use a Mason jar other than making jam.
I love finding new ways to use jars, especially for a party and gifts. I hope you love these simple and fun recipes, crafts and keepsake gifts.
50 Creative Ideas for Mason Jars
As you scroll down through all of these ideas, I’m sure you find lots of great ideas to try soon!
2. Make hanging lanterns with these easy to install hangers.
3. Use for bookends.
5. Add fingernail polish and files for a manicure jar.
6. Make a Mason Jar frame. Turn upside down and insert a photo to make a creative frame.
7. Make cute Rainbow Cookies in a Jar.
8. Make a succulent planter.
9. Make Sun Tea. – Fill a jar with water, add a tea bag and place in direct sunlight for 30-60 minutes.
10. Learn how to make glow in the dark Galaxy Jars.
12. Add water and floating candles.
13. Make a Minions Banana Smoothie – This is so cute!
14. Use as a pencil holder.
15. Hold laundry detergent.
16. Serve this delicious Pumpkin Dump Cake with Chocolate for Thanksgiving in mini mason jars.
17. Make a toothbrush holder.
18. Make a hanging planter.
20. Plant an herb garden.
21. Use jars for flower vases
23. Use for girl’s hair bows.
25. Use for party drinks – These Margaritas on the go are super fun!
28. Layer cake and icing in a jar for a cute cake presentation.
29. Make a butterfly home.
31. Make a spice drawer with small jars.
32. Store twine or yarn.
34. Keep the bugs away with citronella candle jars.
36. Use as utensil holders. Wrap utensils in napkins or bandanas and add to a jar.
37. Turn upside down, glue a tiny tree to the inside lid and add snow to make snow globes.
38. Store cupcake wrappers in jars.
40. Organize your kitchen pantry. Store pasta and rice in jars.
43. Make kid reward jars. Use marbles, legos or other small objects to represent their good behavior. When the jar is full, kids get their reward! Get the Good Kid jar labels here.
44. Make a slit in the lid for a piggy bank.
45. Use jars as gift holders. Get this Bacon Chex Mix recipe and gift tags here.
46. Use a jar for storing small trinkets such as buttons and jewelry.
47. Make a layered dessert for Father’s Day. Get the recipe and gift tags here.
50. Make a pin cushion jar and store sewing tools inside.
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