There’s more to those pretty mason jars than just canning. These clear, versatile glass containers can hold any kind of stuff you need to keep in check from beans and spices, to paints, cupcake liners, and Q-tips.
Find out what else you can organize in your home with mason jars.
Organize bathroom supplies like cotton balls, cotton pads, Q-tips, and make-up brushes in mason jars for easy access. It’s up to you whether to go vertical or horizontal when you install mason jar organizers in your bathroom.
Change is one of those things we just leave lying around all over the house. The solution? A big change jar for the whole family placed in a hotspot where everybody can see it like near the front door, the hallway, or the kitchen. Hopefully, there won’t be anymore coins appearing under the sofa or behind grandma’s vase.
Coffee Creamer Jars
Did you know that Nestle Coffeemate Creamer lids fit snugly on top of pint-sized mason jars? Yup, they do. Now that you know, you can transfer contents of big tubs of different creamers into pretty, clear mason jars and set-up your own mini coffee station.
Craft Supplies Holder
Craft supplies have a tendency to multiply especially when we don’t organize them. Put them all into clear mason jars so you can see which ones you still have enough of and avoid buying surplus supplies.
Crochet Needle Holder
Rest dainty crochet needles in an equally dainty crochet-covered mason jar.
Cupcake Liner Storage
Cupcakes liners tend to multiply too if you buy and buy but don’t keep them organized in containers where you can easily see them.
For intimate dinner parties and gatherings at home, store your cutlery in clear mason jars and display on the table for easy access.
Leftover Paint Jars
Looking for an ingenius, practical way to store leftover paints? Use clear mason jars! Then label the lids for easy reference.
We can’t get over how genius this DIY mason jar matchbox idea is.
If you want a more streamlined, organized, and accessible pantry, try organizing pantry staples and supplies into mason jars.
School Supplies Holder
Store pens and other school supplies in mason jars.
If you only have a few sewing supplies but still have trouble finding exactly what you need, fit them all into a mason jar and you’ve got yourself an instant sewing kit.
Mason jars make the perfect vessels for spices.
Just make a slot on the lid, spray paint, and decorate the jar however you want, and you’ve got yourself a homemade tissue holder.
To make a toothbrush holder out of a mason jar, you’ll only need to make changes on the lid.
Just put holes on the lid and voila! You have yourself an instant toothpick dispenser.
Display your colorful twine collection in pretty mason jars.