Anyone who knows me well, knows I have a
slight major obsession with mason jars. I love mason jar crafts, activities, foods, home decor, etc. If I could, I would live in a house of mason jars.
Ok, maybe not, but you get my drift. I heart them. In fact, I’m currently rounding up my favorite mason jar activities for a future post. But before then, I have a quick and easy mason jar “craft” you could do in 10 minutes or less!
I recently inherited some of my grandmother’s jewelry. With the exception of her mother’s ring, I would say that most of her jewelry is costume, enamel and other “vintage” relatively inexpensive jewelry. There were broaches, clip-on earrings, necklaces and so on.
I absolutely love each of these pieces. They embodied my grandmother’s style. Plus, OMG SPARKLES!
I could have always just packed these gems away in a jewelry box or storage for safe keeping, because they’re not items I would wear on a regular basis. But that seemed like such a shame because I would only rarely have the opportunity to enjoy them.
So I decided to put them out on display in my living room in – you guessed it – one of my vintage teal ball mason jars. This is an especially awesome way to not feel bad about only having one earring from a pair. In the jar, it doesn’t matter.
I am pretty happy with how it turned out. What do you think?