Mason Jars!!! There are so many uses for them, the possibilities are endless. You could use recycled jars for this project or I found these jars at Dollar Tree. This is a simple and inexpensive project that leads to so many uses and great for holidays!
Mason Jars (Recycled or these came from Dollar Tree)
Glitter Glue (Dollar Tree)
Dry Erase Marker (Dollar Tree)
Stencils (optional – Walmart)
Fillers – see below…
First use your stencils and dry erase marker to write on your letters. You could free hand this if you want.
Use your glitter glue over the stenciled letters and let it dry completely. The glitter glue will go on “jelly like” and then shrink down as it dries. If you find holes after it dries, simply add more glitter glue. Let it dry completely, I let mine sit for 24 hours.
*Alternatively you could use USA stickers instead of the glitter glue if you like.
Here is what your jars will look like. There are so many possibilities to use these jars….
You can fill them with silverware for a decorative way to serve.
Fill them with lovely flowers and place them on your table or around the house for decor.
Add Candles, solar lights, or LED lights for some ambient lighting around your yard or home.
There are so many possibilities when it comes to mason jars!
Patriotic Mason Jars – so Many Uses Video
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So cute! It looks like I need a trip to Dollar Tree. 🙂
Thanks Linda 🙂 I have made some more 4th of July mason jars – that’ll be coming soon.
Cute idea. Thank you for sharing at To Grandma’s House We Go.
Thanks Amy, and thanks for being a part of our Link party.
Fun! Perfect for the 4th of July!
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You are so sweet and thank you so very much Marilyn! I hope you are having a wonderful week and I’ll see you at the party 🙂
What a lovely idea for a celebration. Sadly we are just not as patriotic here in the UK as our friends across the pond so we don’t have any sort of July 4th equivalent but this idea could be adapted for a party, an 18th or 21st with initials maybe.
Thank you Julie, and you are so right – so adaptable for any occasion, holiday, celebration, etc.