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19 Mason Jar Crafts

by Devin Berglund on Jul 24th, 2015

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11. Doily Luminaire - These would look adorable in a baby girl's nursery! Enjoy picking out some unique doilies with creative patterns.

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12. Epson Salt Luminaire - Who would think that something this beautiful actually doesn't take that long to make? These would be beautiful shimmering from a coffee table or window on a chilly night. Wrap up in a blanket with your kids and read them a story!

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13. Single Serving Pies - When we think of mason jars we usually think of canning veggies and jams. Did you ever think of making mini pies in small mason jars? 

14. Pumpkin Mason Jar Decor - We absolutely love these unique pumpkin decorations. Have your kids help you paint these.


15. Apple Mason Jar Gift - Can you imagine this cute apple mason jar craft sitting on a teacher's desk? Help your kids make a few to give to their teachers.

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16. Mason Jar Snowman - Your children will love making these snowman mason jar ornaments. You can even clothe them differently to add some character to them.

 



17. Mini Aquarium - We love these mini aquariums! They are easy to make and require no cleaning.


18. Mason Jar Tissue Holder - Save some money on those small tissue packets. Instead have your kids help you make some. These are perfect for storing in the car or in a locker.



19. Autumn Leaf Luminaire - What a beautiful project! These can be made with real or fake leaves and modge podge (Find out how to make your own here). You could even make some with green leaves for in the summer time.

Mason jar crafts add a spark of color and flavor to an atmosphere. We hope you enjoy this list of mason jar activities with your kids.

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Devin Berglund is an enthusiast for all things writing. On her free time she enjoys FaceTiming with her fiancé (who currently lives in Australia), traveling, and writing novels.

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