Mounds of Mason Jars

After we hosted our DIY dinner party, we had all of these mason jars leftover.  So we thought, why not upcycle these vintage glasses for the holidays?  Check out our favorites!

Beautiful winter scene!
This is a perfect way to organize materials for wrapping gifts or any other office supplies you have around the house.
This is in honor of Laura because she makes the most amazing terrariums.  Just tie a ribbon around the top and give it as a gift.
I made these and I placed them on my fireplace mantel. I am in love with them!
These are a perfect centerpiece for a holiday dinner or to add some warmth around your house.
This is our favorite idea. This is a gorgeous chandelier made out of things we already have=genius!
We got this idea off of Pinterest. We made homemade bath scrubs and put them in mason jars for gifts.
Use your favorite color and hot glue the fabric around the jars. You then have unique vases to display your favorite winter flowers in.
Create a warm and inviting entry for guests during the Christmas season. Fill mason jars with Epsom salt for a snowy, winter look. Add small votive candles and line the walkway for a true holiday welcoming. Design by Melissa MichaelsShare This Photo Gallery  Facebook Twitter Link to this Photo Gallery:     Get Step-By-Step Instructions  How to Make Gold-Leafed Holiday Candlesticks
Fill the mason jars with fake snow and place a candle inside. Line them up by your door or porch and you have created a warm and inviting entry for guests during the holidays.
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