Y’all know I love Mason Jars like nobody’s business! I’ve used them all over my home in so many different ways. I’ve planted succulents in them, turned them into cinnamon and sugar shakers, and painted them. So, when I was walking through the grocery store the other day and saw an entire section devoted to turning mason jars into something more than just a canning jar, I went a little crazy and grabbed some of the transformation kits to use for myself. Here are 5 Mason Jar Ideas that take just minutes!
Here are the kits that I grabbed, and I also bought a dozen Ball Mason Jars to use. Can you believe they make all of these things now and you don’t have to have any skills or make them yourself? Talk about convenience!
Here they are with no additions. Just the kits added to the mason jars, and let’s take a look at them now…
I have been dying to make my own Mason Jar Soap Dispenser, but just hadn’t gotten around to it. With the soap dispenser kit, there is no drilling or glueing involved. You simply pop the middle out of the lid and place the pump with silver lid in instead. Fill it with your favorite hand soap or dish soap and it’s all ready! So cute, right?
I am absolutely in love with the insert that turns a plain old mason jar into a Mason Jar Sewing Kit! You simply pop the insert into the jar lid and poke your pins in the top. You can fill the jar with thread or sewing notions, and it’s super cute!
I am absolutely in love with the Mason Jar Tea Light insert! I filled this jar with wine corks and another with shells and am going to place these all over our house! They are going to look really cute on our patio too!
I’ll be hanging Mason Jar Lanterns from the tree on our patio as well! Aren’t they sooo cute? No wire twisting involved at all…simply slip the lantern kit onto the jar, place some sand and a tea light in or just pop a candle down in there…cute, right?
This one is for my kiddos! I made them each a Mason Jar Bank using the slotted insert! No cutting involved!
I love that these kits require no DIY skills…all you need is a kit and a jar! So, what do you think? Would you use these kits?
To see all of the Mason Jar Projects I have done, click HERE!