Antique Mason jars are nostalgic reminders of times gone by. In Grandmother's time hundreds of these jars filled with colorful vegetables, preserves, and jams lined the cellar shelves. They gave testimony to long hours of labor in a steamy, summer kitchen.
I have a fabulous project to share with you today! These sweet vintage inspired Painted Mason Jars. I saw some of them being sold on Etsy and had to give them a try.
This looks great on a shelf as a nifty substitute for a picture frame. Great way to capture your memories in a different style! Super simple and cheap to make, costing around three dollars.
I've also seen the mason jars with the neon light from glow sticks. I wonder if you could combine these two elements to light up the photo? I love this idea. But I have a question.
Mason jar crafts are among the most popular DIY projects. There are so many useful ways of repurposing the empty mason jars. But have you ever thought of using the mason jars to create picture frames?
Thanks, I so love this! I hope you don't mind if I steal the idea and post it on my blog as a reminder?!!! Your wedding is amazing.
I found some really cool old Ball jars. They are quart sized and have sloped shoulders. Some of the glass is wavy and many have bubbles.
Well, more specifically people watching along the lakefront. Sure, there are families with kids with their chairs and umbrellas and tents and coolers. Settling in for day at the beach.