Oil Lamp Simple and rustic. If you need to return or exchange an item you can send it back at no cost or take it to your neighborhood store. Please enter a minimum and maximum price. Spouted Lid This is such a great idea, it's amazing that I haven't seen it before
These would be outstanding made with small jars and flameless candles, arranged together in a table centerpiece. These lovely, festive oil candles would make excellent Christmas decorations or gifts.
This is such a great idea, it's amazing that I haven't seen it before This site, the Cheese Thief, tells how to affix the spout on the lid and also shares a recipe for Thai fried garlic. With the huge variety of washi tapes, you can make anything from elegant vases for a wedding to patriotic vases for a picnic table. Find the tutorial for making vashi tape vases at HomeTalk. If you go to the Crafts USA site for the tutorial for making this from plastic leaves and purple glass marbles from the craft store, you'll also find a video tutorial.
This would be a unique way to give a gift of wine, or maybe a jug of homemade beer. The directions can be found at Doodlecraft. Notice the personalized words and messages on the bottles. A great idea for a wedding, but also for a child's birthday party. Afterwards gift them to the guests.
Leftover jars with stems glued on? I suggest using E adhesive and this poem on the tag: Ben wonerin wat to gitcha; An notnoin wat wood fitcha; Dezideddeez whine globets; Wit hapinez wood hitcha! So very simple to make and so many possible uses for this project. Put this rack in the craft room, sewing room, garage, or bathroom.
Use it for spices or dried goods in the kitchen. The options are endless. Go to Weeping Cherries for directions. I love the shabby chic look of this project.
This is a beautiful look that would be appropriate so many times of the year, or even to display on a mantle or shelf. The directions for this project can be found at Factory Direct Craft. To get that frosty look, you can use some clear Valspar frosting spray paint. Check it out at Recaptured Charm. Learn how to make these beautiful hanging lamps using red glass gems by going to It All Started with Paint for instructions. These are absolutely stunning! So simple, and yet so attractive. These ghosts would be a nice table decoration for a large party.
They are inexpensive and easy to make. You can find the instructions for making at No. This is a very attractive look. It would work well lighting the patio on a warm summer evening. Make that patio party special for you and your guests. The directions can be found at Design Sponge. Freshen the old idea of gas lamps with a new twist. Go to Raised In Cotton. This makes a nice little container for treats for a party or for the school kids.
Kids absolutely love making these and taking them home. The little glass flower pots that you can purchase fit perfectly inside the top of a regular-sized jar opening. Lots of opportunities here. Go to the Eyeballs by Day, Crafts by Night site for directions. I can't wait to try this, I can think of all sorts of desserts to serve in them.
Or you could do a mini pot pie if you want something savory. Plus, you can prepare ahead of time and then freeze so you have a reserve of mini pies on hand for whenever the mood hits you! Go to Our Best Bites to find out how to make these.
These cute mummy jars could be used as beverage holders, candy holders, candle holders or any number of other uses. What a beautiful way to repurpose jars and make them useful and attractive at the same time. Go to Yesterday on Tuesday for instructions.
All you need for this project is a stainless steel or copper scrubby and some glue. I made these to give as gifts and everyone who received one was so amazed that they were just jars covered with a scrubby.
I used half pint jars, unwound the scrubby, and cut it in half. One half of a scrubby fit over without having to put a base on it. I just turned the edge up once on the bottom and hot-glued it in place. On the top, I turned the edge down twice and spot glued it. I added a fall leaf and a raffia bow to the top edge of the votive and put in a no-flame tea light. We do this project in an art class at school and the 5th graders just love it.
What could be simpler than this? So easily put together, but a very elegant look. Go to Emmaline Bride. What a cute Halloween craft. These would make inexpensive party favors for a Halloween party. Go to Mason Jar Crafts for directions. Puffy paint and glass paint are used to make this beautiful stained glass votive or container. Go to First Palette for instructions. These frosted lights are beautiful. I can imagine them looking great during the day and especially at night.
For directions, go to Put it in a Jar. It takes a few steps to achieve this look, but it is well worth the time. For instructions, go to Something Turquoise. I love this soft faux sea glass look that doesn't take much, just some Elmer's glue and food coloring. Find all the instructions for this project at Meaningful Mama. I notice in this tutorial it says to paint on the inside of the glass, but other places I've seen to paint on the outside.
I think I'd do the outside so I could fill it with something wet since Elmer's is water soluble. These ghosts aren't terribly scary, but they are cute and easy to make. Go to Crafts by Amanda. The directions can be found at Woman's Day. This is such a simple and easy project, but look how beautiful it is. These can be used year-round. For directions, go to Kirsten Rickert.
What to do with all those baby food containers? This is one genius answer. Not only are the spices at your fingertips, they are very attractive. You'll find the instructions and an address for the vinyl letters on Super Saturday Crafts. They look like stained glass!
Fiind instructions at Mommy Labs. Just look at what beautiful containers you can make using scraps of paper, lace trim, buttons, and other embellishments. So many of these items you already have in your home. Find out how at Make the Best of Things. Everything goes in cycles and this craft is no exception. This s-inspired craft is just as surprising and useful today as it was back then. All you need is masking tape and shoe polish. See The Craft Floozy. This beautiful frosted glass is made of epsom salts.
For directions, go to Crafts Be Amanda. I think baby food jars would work for this also. For directions, go to Favecrafts. Happy Hooligans has all the instructions you'll need to make these.
A pattern for the face is included in the directions at Crafts 'n Things for this cute snowman. You'll find the directions for these at the Photojojo website.
A set of these would look so nice displayed on an end table, library table, or mantel. Although these aren't filled with water, you can do so if you use a hot glue gun to affix the tree to the lid— when the glitter swirls around, it looks magical.
Find out how to make them by going to the Anyone Can Decorate site. I love the idea of using miniature animals or even soldiers or dolls on storage containers in the playroom. These would make an excellent gift or craft project for a child's party! Use clear plastic containers for safety. Go to House to Home for instructions. Can you imagine these solar lite mason jars decorating your party table on the patio?
Go to Garden Therapy for the instructions. Beautify any jar so you can proudly display it in your kitchen. Go to Repiny to find a super easy-to-follow tutorial. Dimensional gold puff paint is the secret ingredient for turning plain old jars into jewel-toned treasures. Go to Design Sponge. A very simple and fun craft project for you and the kids.
These are pretty enough to have sitting out on the countertop. Martha Stewart has the instructions. This is really a pretty snow globe and it has the added benefit of not using water. Go to Freebie Finding Mom for the instructions. Find the tutorial at My Ugly Split-level. I love the macrame look of these knotted hangers. The tutorial at Martha Stewart also has pdf sheets of the different knots to make following the directions really easy. Include a display of witch's potions in your Halloween decor.
Here's the instructions for How to Make Potion Bottles. It always surprises me how much lit jars can hold a person's attention. I wonder if it's because the glass seems so much clearer when lighted from the inside. Go to Design Mom. This site, Lisa Liza Lou has a great tutorial on how to paint a shaped glass jar. The pictured tutorial shows how to tape the jar before painting. A very nice tutorial.
This is a very interesting way of tinting jars to give them a vintage look. Find out how to tint jars by going to Creative Little Daisy. These are probably my favorite solar lights because I love the bright colors.
Depending on the bride's chosen colors, this would be a great table decoration idea. Not too expensive and yet very elegant looking. Go to Martha Stewart for instructions.
A butterfly feeder is a great addition to the back yard. Not only are you entertained with the flittering little creatures, you also get to feed them and enjoy their beautiful colors.
Go to Mother Rising to see how. Another really cute snowman to make. Go to dot com Women for instructions. I think this would be a great craft to do with the kids using beads, coins, shells, seeds, dried beans or grains, dried pasta, or whatever else you have around the house.
Dress up plain containers by crocheting a beautiful cozies for them. You'll find instructions on the Grateful Prayer Thankful Heart site. The tutorial at Something Turquoise includes a recipe for making the soy candle and also a template for the decorator lid. A great gift idea! These apothecary specimen jars are fabulous. Just change the color of the ribbons or the items inside for the different seasons and holidays.
Go to the See Jane Blog site. Use these as vases or fill them with dirt and plant succulents. See Craft-O-Maniac to find out how. You'll find the tutorial for this great patio project at Crafty Nest.
A perfect focal item for an inside or outside party. The directions can be found at Birds and Blooms. This would be an easy and inexpensive decoration for a Halloween party. Find the tutorial at Momdot. Maybe fill the jar with jelly beans. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. This is an unbelievable collection of ideas on what to do to mason jars and so forth. I was going to pick a favorite but I ended u[p loving so many of them I just couldn't.
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