Mason jars aren’t just for canning anymore. They are making appearances in various ways all over the home these days. Holiday décor is just one way you can use mason jars to make your home more festive.
The mason jar rings are what Funky Junk Interiors used to create this wonderful door hanging. Combine with ornaments to create this rustic Christmas tree perfect for the front door.
It only takes a few minutes to assemble these festive mason jar floating candles. Cranberries and pine needles give them the perfect look.
Over at Making Lemonade you can learn how to turn large mason jars into this pretty holiday vignette for the mantel, table or wherever you desire.
This adorably retro-inspired snow globe starts with a mini mason jar. Fill with a tiny retro inspired car, and pull the look together with some twine wrapped jingle bells.
These painted mason jars are incredibly cozy looking! If you want to try to make your own, you’ll want to use textured craft paint and colored jars. If you want to avoid the do-it-yourself process, you can also purchase them here.
Paint a quart-sized mason jar and add some twine, and a festive bell to make an awesome Christmas vase for evergreen boughs.
These Christmas luminaries help bring a little winter wonderland indoors. I absolutely love them!
These beautiful glittery gold votives from Madigan Made are the perfect decoration for any New Years Eve celebration. They’re easy to make, and make a great decor piece for anywhere in the home.
Here’s another crafty use for those mason jar lids and bands. These festive lidded ornaments will help dress up your Christmas tree. The kids will love to help put them together!
Create your own look of mercury glass with a how-to from Mason Jar Crafts. Use them to hold holiday-themed bouquets throughout the holiday season.
You can’t miss with these Anthropologie-inspired snow globes from Whipperberry. All you need is some fake craft snow, and mini Christmas trees. These make wonderful gifts!
These large mason jars are simply gorgeous dressed up with evergreen, Epsom salts, twine and pine cones.
These mason jar oil candles are festive and also smell great. Here are the instructions to make them yourself.