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5 Unique and Crafty Uses for Mason Jars!

After my baby shower, I was left with more than 30 mason jars lying around my house. They were just too precious to throw away and somehow I wanted to find a way to display them. And then of course, after hours of searching Pinterst, I was overwhelmed with all the different ways people were repurposing them. They were so unique and clever, from sewing kits to bathroom organizers–the options were endless.

Scroll through to check out a few of my favorite uses for mason jars.

 

  • Mason Jar Sewing Kit 1 of 5
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    I absolutely love this idea--using mason jars as a sewing kit. It would be a great addition for a craft room or as a gift. You can try making it yourself or you could purchase this one here from Anthropologie. 

     

    Purchase from Anthropologie when it's back in stock!

  • Mason Jar Bathroom Organizer 2 of 5
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    Here's a fun way to store tooth brush, q-tips and add a rustic touch to your soap dispenser. It's also easy to make and Katie from Creative Outlets shows us how here

     

    Photo via Creative Outlets

  • Mason Jar Planter 3 of 5
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    Recycle your mason jars into a pretty planter like these. You can also use them to start your own herb garden. 

     

    Or you can purchase this trio BootsNGus for $18!

  • Mason Jar Candle 4 of 5
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     This mason jar candle is also surprisingly easy to make and also makes a nice gift. I love the blue tint on this one. Learn how to make it here

     

    Photo via Raised in Cotton

  • Mason Jar Lamps 5 of 5
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    This mason jar lamp is absolutely stunning. It also instantly add charm to any room. Learn how to DIY your very own right here!

     

    Photo via ZoeVee Designs

Read more of Carmen’s writing on her fashion blog, Viva Fashion.

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