Metal picture hangers and pipe clamps attached to a piece of wood will hold your Mason Jars for a clean looking way to organize your bathroom odds and ends.
Check out this tutorial on how to turn a regular Mason Jar into a cute little sewing kit complete with a pin cushion on top.
Come watch expert miniature gardener Arlena Schott demonstrate tips and tricks for creating miniature and fairy gardens at The Growing Place on Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 1:00pm, Put your new knowledge to use and build your own with her guidance. We will be assisting with this event.
Create a handy way to store matchsticks with a Mason Jar! Just take the top out of the lid and replace the sandpaper for instant striking.
Create your own Mason jar oil lamp!
Fill two-thirds of the jar with lamp oil and secure the lid. Place a cotton wick in the jar and let it sit for about one hour before lighting so the oil soaks up into the wick. Nail a hole into the lid and pull the wick about a quarter inch out of the hole
Instead of framing a picture, why not a whole garden? Here, cuttings of assorted succulents kni together to create colorful, textural living tapestries, from the folks at Sunset.
Check out woonblog for a DIY tutorial on how to make these lovely jar lamps: