Tutorial Round Up: Mason Jars!

I always find myself getting excited about anything made with mason jars so I wanted to do a round up dedicated to them! Be sure to browse through my old tutorial round ups too! I’ve posted other fun mason jar crafts in the past.

1. These pretty luminaries are made with epsom salt!
2. This is such an easy thing to do with glowsticks and doesn’t it look pretty? :)

3. Here’s a pretty method of making hanging vases for your walls!
4. I would love to have some of these oil lamps on my patio!

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24 Responses

  1. Mae Lu says:

    I’m in love with the glow sticks one… it’s cute! ANd it’s a nice way to add punch to a party without too much effort!

    Mae Lu @ thereafterish.!

    • Kristina Rhodes says:

      I love the idea to do the glowing jars! However, I have read on the glow in the dark paint and have had the glow sticks and never have either one lasted more than 15-20 mins. :-(

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  3. Holly says:

    Do you think you could use rock salt instead of the epsons salts on the jars?

  4. Paula Reeves says:

    Saw these at Pinterest where another reader was kind enough to explain how to get to you/the directions for how to make them.

    I really like your work and look forward to trying some new things…. Epsom salt luminaries first. I LOVE the soft pastel colors and bet they’d look beautiful outside in the snow. Will let you know how they turn out!

    May make some at friends out in California when I go out in December for a visit. Would look pretty lining the walkway to a special person’s 60th birthday party! COOL! Thanks so much for sharing a printable version of the instructions!

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  6. emma says:

    i love the idea of the hats and the flowers they really bring out the summer and spring spirit.i also love the salted mason jars they are very creative Love your work

  7. maleia says:

    awesome very creative

  8. Leah Colvin says:

    I am at home now going through chemo therapy and have been looking for some crafts to do. These jars look beautiful and I want to try to make them. They are beautiful! If you know of any other sites to look for crafts, please let me know. I am going crazy. I am not used to being home. Thanks so much! Leah Colvin

  9. tammy says:

    i really like the idea with the salt,i have alot of old glass jars

  10. I love these ideas! I’m going to use the epsom salt luminaries for Christmas time or give them out as gifts! Great blog!

  11. lisa nielsen says:

    You have some really cute stuff on you blog.

  12. Retha Yates says:

    I would love to have the instructions for making the mason jar luminaries. My granddaughter will love them.
    Thank you so much.

  13. Allie M says:

    I made some of those oil lamps for my wedding. Super easy. :) Plus, we got free baby jars from Craigslist.

    • Allie M says:

      Oh, and for the person who wants directions, look at the link. It’s really as simple as the poster explains:
      1) Get a jar with a screw-top lid.
      2) Use a nail to puncture the lid.
      3) Make a wick out of some old 100% cotton tee shirts, or purchase some from a craft shop. Pull it through the lid. It should not be ANY larger than 1/4. You’ll have a HUGE flame if you do!
      4) Fill the bottle no more than 3/4 of the way full with oil. Depending on where you plan to use it, there is patio oil (outside) or oil for hurricane lamps (inside).
      5) Put the lid with the wick on the bottle. Let sit about 1 hour before use. Light, enjoy.

  14. Kim Hart says:

    This may be hard to believe, but I just found out about Pinterest…I know…CRAZY right? I’m a chef by trade, and can be pretty creative in the kitchen, but when it comes to crafts…not so much! Actually not at all, however, I happened onto one of your crafts with the frosted jars, and I can say, I actually created my first ever craft! Woo Hoo right? I am retired now, and I think I finally found something to do with my time! I am making storage bins next…this is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing your gift!

  15. Renee says:

    I so love your Ideas for the mason jars.I love my mason jars.I’m always trying to find a new use for them. I can’t wait to try the oil lamp ones.Thank you so much!!!!

  16. sherry brown says:

    would love to hear how to do mason jars with the salt

  17. Kelli says:

    Just love your luminaries ~ can always spot them on Pintrest! Thanks for sharing!

  18. Yolanda says:

    I really loved the luminaries w/epsom salt, It can be used on any

    Thank you.

  19. Carol Weatherholt says:

    I am Sooooo making the luminaries for Christmas presents ! My Mom has TONS of canning jars in her basement! I don’t usually buy for family members and I feel so guilty every year, Thank you so much for making this Christmas the best one I have had in years!

  20. Audrey says:

    Where are the directions to do these? They look great!

  21. Betty says:

    would like to know how to do the jars and epson salt…

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