Christmas in July 2018 - Day Twenty-Two

Discussion in 'Christmas in July' started by PamelaG, Jul 22, 2018.

  1. PamelaG

    PamelaG Moderator Staff Member

    How to display: Mason Jars. There were some suggestions in Perimeter Ideas (Day Sixteen) but I’m sure there are plenty of others in indoor decorating.
  2. Miss JoDee

    Miss JoDee Well-Known Member

  3. Cathymac2

    Cathymac2 Active Member

    I love jars and bottles. I have already mentioned that I use them for tealight and pillar candleholders but I also use them for sprigs of holly, evergreens and even a broken poinsettia bloom. I have put bottlebrush trees in them and marched them across my mantle. I have used them as snowglobes with mini scenes in them. I have used them on my coffee/hot chocolate bar for creamers, peppermint stirrers, hot chocolate mix and other add ins. i have even served drinks in them! I love them!
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  4. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    We have light green and light blue Mason jars that I picked up a few years ago when they were being produced for the anniversary editions. I use them for drinks. I also used them to hold utensils for our parties.

    If I run out of vases and glass bottles, then I'll use Mason jars to display the fresh greens.
  5. Andthenjust

    Andthenjust Member

    I seen a picture of somebody using jars etc to display a mixture of water/floating candles/holly. Wish I could find the pic! simple yet pretty.
  6. PamelaG

    PamelaG Moderator Staff Member

    Google Mason Jars with Floating Candles and you might be able to find the picture.
  7. Myron's Mom

    Myron's Mom Well-Known Member

    So many ideas!! I have my grandma's. Some are the blue, some clear with either the glass tops or the zinc lids. And they are in a box in my sewing room. They would be nice even with just fairy lights tucked in them.

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