Several uses for mason jars

Several uses for mason jars

Because we buy a lot, we throw away a lot. This means that we make a lot of waste. In order to protect the environment, we must make as little waste as possible. The best solution for this is to re-use certain items. You will be surprised that almost everything can be re-used. Of course, you cannot use it for the same purpose, but you can find a new one. For example, every one of you has mason jars. There are much better solutions than to throw them away. 

1.    Maybe the most interesting benefit is related to light. You can drill holes in a mason jar and place a candle inside. Of course, you must use small candle. During the night, when you spend time outside, in the garden, this simple addition to your garden will look amazing. Because you are the creator, you can make any shape you like. You can also make solar lamps from old mason jars. If you like vintage industrial pendant lights, you can make them from mason jars as well.
2.    You can use mason jars and make your own chandelier. You will need an old chandelier, but with a paint and small improvements, you will end up with a very interesting addition to your home.
3.    Drink caps are another purpose. They are perfect for parties, because you cannot spill your drink.
4.    Mason jars are perfect for your plants. You can use several colors to paint them, or just pour different colors in them. They will look amazing and very expensive. However, this is a very cheap project.

 

 


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