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Pretty Vintage Blue Mason Jars From Ball

Mason Jars are making a huge comeback, and why not since they are so versatile and adorable?! This year Ball is celebrating their 100th anniversary of the Perfect Mason Jar with limited edition period correct blue color jars. I’m in love, so much that I actually had a dream about these cuties and knew I must have some for the home. I’ve already put them to use in several ways. Next I think we might grow some herbs. Check out how we’ve put our ball mason vintage blue jars to use.

Buy your own for 12.99 at Ball.

  • VIntage Blue Mason Jar 1 of 6
    Ball Anniversary Jars

    Check out all the ways we have used our pretty jars.

  • Jar As Drinking Glass 2 of 6
    Jar Drink

    There's something so relaxing about sipping your favorite summertime drink from a jar. Mine is sparkling lemonade.

  • Salad In A Jar 3 of 6
    Jar Salad

    Have you heard about the amazing new trick to keep your salad fresh and crisp and free from wilting? Put it in a jar! Now you have a fresh and healthy lunch to go.

  • Canning Jars 4 of 6
    Jar Peaches

    Canning is cool again. Now you can have your peaches or tomatoes or anything else you are missing during the cold dark months of winter.

  • Jar As A Vace 5 of 6
    Jar Vase

    How gorgeous is this vintage blue jar with some bright flowers from the garden? Love.

  • Vintage Blue Mason Jars From Ball 6 of 6
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    These are limited edition so hurry and get your own from the fresh preserving store.

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