DIY Network's 10 Most-Pinned Mason Jar Ideas
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There's no need to waste money on breakable store-bought snow globes. It's easy to help your children make their own personal globe, featuring their favorite animals.
Similar soap dispensers are available in stores, but true DIYers know it's easy to save money and have fun in the process by making a version of your own.
Save money and help the environment by making your own dishwashing detergent. Store it in a simple Mason jar, and you'll always know when it's time to restock.
Originally from Cleaning on the Cheap: Make Your Own Dishwasher Detergent
DIY toothpaste and an adorable mini Mason jar to store it in? No wonder pinners loved this idea!
Originally from Smile! You Can Make Your Own Toothpaste
In Blog Cabin 2012, baby's breath and simple blue Mason jars are the perfect combination for easy, elegant decor.
Think outside of the box for your holiday (or any day!) mantel. Fill Mason jars with Christmas lights for an unexpected touch of whimsy. Bonus: Doesn't it remind you of a jar full of fireflies?
Originally from How to Make a Picture Frame Wreath
Ideal for a summer wedding or event, this kid-friendly beverage is a tasty way to cool off. Serve them in a Mason jar, and you've got a sweet, Southern-style drink everyone will enjoy.
Found on-site, the Mason jars hanging in Blog Cabin 2013 hold sand from the property's beach.
Sturdy enough to use year after year and easy enough to make with the kids, these cute Halloween terrariums are the perfect decoration for the spooky season.
Homemade Vanilla Extract
Vanilla extract can be pretty expensive. Save money and add a charming accessory to your kitchen by learning to make your own.
Originally from How to Make Homemade Vanilla Extract