Tag Archives: mason jar

Red, White, and Blue Mason Jars

Do you share my love of Mason jars? They have such a timeless look and can be used in so many different ways. Whether you are creating a unique one-of-a-kind light fixture or organizing your treasured embellishments, a Mason jar always comes in handy. In honor of the upcoming 4th of July holiday, I thought you might enjoy […]


Saturdays With LeAnn

Christmas Is In The Air

Welcome back to Weekly Scrapper, my friends!  I hope you are having a great weekend so far and taking some time to relax.  It is time again to enjoy today’s inspirational projects that I am very excited to share with you. Take some of the holiday pressure off by spending a bit of time for yourself! […]

Autumn-Inspired Painted Mason Jar

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a painted mason jar—the perfect addition to your fall home décor. I started the project with a clean mason jar, orange acrylic paint, a sponge brush, and some parchment paper. I placed the parchment paper under the jar and gave it […]

Summer Pinwheel Home Décor

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am going to share with you a sweet centerpiece perfect for your summer home décor. To create these pinwheels, I used: straws, patterned paper (3″, 3 1/2″, and 4″ – square), brads, buttons, and baker’s twine. First, I marked the center of each […]

Fun Fairy Glow Jars

With Halloween right around the corner, I thought you might enjoy these fun Fairy Glow Jars. They are very easy to make, so this is a great project to get the kids involved in. Start out with a clean, dry jar. I used a mason jar but any jar will work. You will also need some […]

Smile, Laugh & Giggle

This darling card designed by Lin, author of The Hearts Hugs and Flowers Blog, reminds me of a warm summer day.  Can you picture yourself sitting on an old worn quilt under a big shade tree sipping on a cold glass of lemonade. Welcome to summer! I love how Lin used embossing to give the illusion […]