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Mason jars have many purposes but not all must be linked to storage. With the right details and techniques you can turn any mason jar into a beautiful centerpiece. Lamps are another wonderful jar repurposing option which requires little effort and time. And because Halloween and the winter holidays are just around the corner, we thought of presenting some great decorations your little ones will definitely like and enjoy. Spider jars, pumpkin jars, lighting snow men, all are a great part of the holiday spirit and will fill your home with cheer and joy.
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1. Painted Moroccan lanterns
Add thick paint in a Moroccan intricate design to obtain the perfect Moroccan lanterns.
2. Mason jar chandelier
Add mason jars to your chandelier for a richer look.
3. Pen and pencil holder
Have fun with paint and surprise your little one with this cute pencil holder.
4. Spice wall out of mason jars
Keep your spices in mason jars attached to a magnetic board.
5. Crocheted mason jars covers turned into lanterns
If you love crochet things, add handmade lace to mason jars and obtain beautiful lanterns.
6. Mason jars turned into snow globes
Snow globes don;t need to be actual globes, so use hose old mason jars and make a pretty present for your kids.
7. Pumpkin mason jars
Thanksgiving deserves decorations as well so go buy some orange and yellow paint and you are set to go.
8. Cute animal thread holder
Play and have fun all the time and keep things interesting.
9. Turn a mason jar into a scary spider for Halloween
Teach your kid to make these creepy but still cute spider jars for the Halloween.
10. Cute lit snow men
Snow men are alway a blast but until the snow is upon us, reproduce them using jars.
11. Wooden sticks covering a mason jar tuned to a flower vase
Use wooden sticks to cover a mason jar and use it as a flower vase for your fresh garden cut lilac.
12. Suculent holder
Suculents are very easy to plant and grow in practically anything so use tiny little jars with these cute plants and place them on your dinner table.
13. Mason jar matchbox
Keeping matches in a jar seems like a pretty good idea, don’t you think?
14. Mason jar bird feeder
Teach your kid how to make a mason jar bird feeder for your garden.
15. Sweet butterfly lamp
Attach a wire and some butterflies over a mason jar and light a candle inside for a beautiful effect.
16. Pink, gold and glittered mason jars as centerpieces
Gold, soft pink and flower work perfectly so pain your flower vases in these lovely pastel colors.
17. Glow in the dark mason jar
Fun for kids by adding a broken glow stick into a mason jar.
18. Photo display in a jar
Be more unconventional and display your family photos in mason jars.
19. DIY luminary
The classical mason jar light bulb and string is a great option for a garden luminary.
20. Christmas floating candle
Fruit, leaves, water and candle in jar for a colorful fresh candle centerpiece.
21. Mason jar lace painted candle
Spray paint a jar over a lace and add a beautiful effect to it and then use it as a candle holder.
22. Autumn mason jar
Keep in tone with the seasons and decorate with autumn leaves everything, including mason jars.
23. Scary spider web candle
Add a black net over a white and black painted jar for a spider candle holder for Halloween.
24. Pastel mason jars used as storage
Buy pastel tones paint for your jars which will soft up any decor.
25. Herb planted in jars
Plant your own herbs for your garden in mason jars and keep them near your kitchen working space.
26. Back to school candy jars
Offer your kids a treat with these colorful bright back to school mason jars filled with goodies.
27. Mason jar terrarium
Terrarium in a jar with cute, small delicate decorations you and your kid could make together.
28. DIY jar lamp
Use a mason jar as a lamp body and fill it with see shells for a marine theme.