15 Cheerful Ways To Use Mason Jars This Spring
A bit of sandpaper on freshly painted pastel stripes gives these jars a signature aged look. Add bright blooms for an extra burst of color.
Get the tutorial at The Crafted Sparrow.
2. DIY Critter Jars
Welcome spring by making these adorable animal-themed jars with your kids! Best of all, you can use them as cute decor in their rooms throughout the whole year.
Get the tutorial at No. 2 Pencil.
3. Candy Pedestals
Hot glue Mason jars to the tops of glass candlesticks to give your Easter candy the elevated stature it deserves.
Get the tutorial at Living Well Spending Less.
4. Easter Bunny Jars
The white felt ears on these little bunnies send their cuteness factor over the edge.
Get the tutorial at Make Life Lovely.
5. Floral Fabric Fun
All you need are floral fabric strips and a bit of Mod Podge to upgrade your Mason jars into lively vases that are perfect for spring flowers.
Get the tutorial at Dwelling In Happiness.
6. Easy Easter Gifts
Adding scrapbook paper, stickers, and a bit of twine instantly transforms these jars into the perfect packaging for Easter treats and trinkets.
Get the tutorial at Create Craft Love.
7. Painted Pastel Mason Jar
Add butterfly stickers and baby's breath to a painted Mason Jar for the perfect spring centerpiece.
Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
8. Coconut Cream Pie In a Jar
Looking for the perfect Easter dessert? Try this coconut pudding, topped with a make-shift nest of coconut flakes and candy eggs.
Get the recipe at Crazy For Crust.
9. Easter Bunny Nest
Fill a Mason Jar with an unwrapped chocolate Easter bunny, edible grass, and candy eggs for a visually appealing Easter treat.
Get the recipe at Dixie Delights.
10. Bunny Munch Mason Jars
Turn your Mason jar into the perfect snack container by attaching a sparkly bunny silhouette (complete with adorable puffy tail).
Get the tutorial at Icing Designs.
11. Simple Easter Centerpiece
For the easiest DIY vase of all time, use twine to wrap a doily around a Mason jar.
Get the tutorial at Yellow Bliss Road.
12. Brunch Glasses
Looking for the right beverage to serve at your Easter brunch? Fill Mason jars with pink lemonade and adorn them with lemon wedges and striped paper straws.
See more at Style Me Pretty.
13. Mason Jar Trail Mix
Fill a Mason jar with this bunny trail mix (or "bunny tail mix") for a quick and portable Easter snack.
Get the recipe at The NY Melrose Family.
14. Tinted Mason Jars
Use Mod Podge and food coloring to create pastel-tinted Mason jars that are ideally suited for use as vases for spring flowers.
Get the tutorial at Reasons to Skip the Housework.