Hey friends! Today I’m sharing a couple of ideas on how to use amber Mason jars in fall decor. It’s my contribution to the Embracing Fall Home Tours hosted by Amber at Follow The Yellow Brick Home!
If you’re coming from County Road 407, isn’t Cindy’s Fall family room just gorgeous?
I’m embarrassed to say that I didn’t even know amber Mason jars existed until a few weeks ago. Amber glass jars have been all the rage in Fall decor lately and it got me thinking – are amber Mason jars a thing? A quick Amazon search answered my question that yes indeedy, they are! I bought 3 different sizes of them in 16, 32 and 64 ounces (see below).
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I used the 16 and 64 ounce jars in a simple vignette I put together on top of our sideboard in our entryway.
All the pumpkins, gourds and greenery are real. I bought the pumpkins and gourds from a local grower and all the greenery is from our yard.
I bought the solar powered fairy lights on Amazon as well (see “Shop This Vignette” above). I traded out the silver jar rings that came with the fairy lights with some vintage ones I had on hand. If you don’t have any vintage canning jar rings, you can always spray paint the rings that come with the fairy lights if you want them to be a different color.
I cut squares out of black craft paper to cover the solar tops when I want to turn on the fairy lights during the day. You can also cut the craft paper in circles to fit under the ring and use scrapbook paper if you want to make the lids more decorative. I like using the squares because I can turn the fairy lights on and off easily without having to unscrew the lids every time.
I used the 64 ounce Mason jar as a vase. Like the 16 ounce jars, I put a vintage canning jar ring I had on hand to spruce it up a bit.
I hope you enjoyed these easy ideas for how to use amber Mason jars in Fall decor! Next up on the tour is Judith at Botanic Bleu. Her black and gold Halloween fireplace mantle is gonna blow you away!
Here is the lineup of blogs on the home tour:
Follow The Yellow Brick Home | A Stroll Thru Life | Our Southern Home | Common Ground | Decor To Adore | County Road 407 | The Painted Hinge | Botanic Bleu | The Red Painted Cottage | My Thrift Store Addiction | Virginia Sweet Pea | Petite Haus | The Crowned Goat | Itsy Bits and Pieces | Bluesky at Home | Celebrate and Decorate | Calypso In The Country | The Tattered Pew | Thistle Key Lane | First Day of Home | White Arrows Home | Le Cultivateur | Welch House 1900 | Decorate and More with Tip | Lora Bloomquist | Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson
Enjoy the rest of the tour and have a wonderful week!