DIY Mason Jar Storage

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This week for the Dog days of Winter it was the “Made It” challenge. Well, since we are on
our way of making our master bathroom over, I wanted to make something for that room.
I chose to make some new storage for our cotton balls, Q-tips, & cotton squares. If you have
been following my blog since the beginning you may remember our old mason jar storage {here}.
It’s one of my first posts I ever did & it’s been through a few blog layout moves,
so don’t judge how awful it is if you go and look.

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I wanted pretty storage that was also practical so we built this lovely DIY wood box to fit in our
DIY mason jar storage for our cotton balls, Q-tips, Exd…

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Now onto how we went about making this…

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1. For the mason jars: I took some hardware that I had painted {it was wooden hardware
bought from the craft store that I painted and stenciled a while back} I spray painted
the mason jar lids with the gold spray paint. I tried the rub and buff but it didn’t give
me the finish that I wanted. I superglued the wooden hardware to the lids after
the paint was dry.

2. For the box: We cut the wood sizes that we wanted to make the box { 4 pieces}
& used wood glue and clamps to secure the box together. After the glue was dried
I painted the box a creamy white {Valspars cream in my coffee}. After the paint
was dry, I stenciled “bath” on the box for an added detail.

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The best part of this DIY project is how customizable it is. You could change this up
for any room in your home {kitchen, pantry, bathroom, craft room, exd…} You could
customize the hardware, you could customize the paint, add labels, seriously the possibilities
are endless!

What do you think of the mason jar storage? Do you use mason jars for storage in
your home? I would love to see your mason jar storage. Link it {here} on the facebook
page or tag me on instagram {here}.

 


Comments

  1. So cute!! I love these!! The numbers on the knobs are the perfect added touch! I love the box you made for them to sit in as well!! Great storage ideas for all those little odds & ends we have in the bathroom! Thanks for sharing Liz!

  2. That’s awesome Liz Marie! I love it! Pinned!

  3. I love the painted lids and knobs! What a great touch.

  4. west furniture revival says:

    GREAT IDEA, THIS TURNED OUT SO CUTE!

  5. Did I read it too fast – where are those knobs from?! I would love to add them into my life. :)

  6. I absolutely LOVE the jars you made. Who knew! I love it! I think i might make a few and find something to stick in them. I hope you’ve had a great weekend.

  7. This is such a fun project!! I love mason jars and think this is such a great alternative to the apothecary jars I use in the bathroom! Great job!!

  8. These are ADORABLE. Thank you for sharing this tutorial

  9. Oh these are perfect!! I love mason jar storage! I want to do this with our guest bathroom – it’d be just the perfect touch.

  10. Super cute Liz. Don’t you just love numbered stuff too? I do. Thanks for linking up, have a great day and week. xo jen

  11. These are so cute! The gold tops are so pretty! Thanks for hosting the linky party!

  12. you speak my design language. of all the links i pick in a linky party, i always choose yours! thanks for continuing to spread the joy and inspiration:)

  13. This is so stinking cute! You are just so creative!

  14. knobs on jars = adorable! love it!

  15. So creative! Love these!

  16. I saw your link on craftgawker and think this is so great! I love the spray painted gold lids. Anything spray painted gold is good, right?! And the black knobs on top are such a great idea. I’m going to have to look into this ‘make it’ challenge and figure out how to link up! (by the way.. I see that you’re a marine wife? just wanted to say thank you to you and your hubby! you guys are very much appreciated and admired!) have a great day!

  17. Love the gold lids.

  18. I hear ball might be bringing back the blue mason jars this year. Can’t wait to try something like this with them…

  19. That’s such a great idea! I love the wooden box and the numbers on the knobs. Looks fantastic!

  20. So cute, I love the gold lids and knobs. Very unique!

  21. Another gorgeous project Liz….have I told you how much I love you?

  22. These are adorable…can’t wait to try something similar on the mason jars collecting dust in my cold cellar!

  23. Oh my gosh, they are so cute! I love the look and the functional storage.
    KC

  24. This is such a great idea! I love it. Found your blog and link up at 504 Main’s party. New follower here. :) Megan

  25. Love these!! Posting on my FB page tomorrow.

  26. Great upcycle idea. It is amazing all the things you can do with mason jars. I have them all over my house!

  27. Cheryl Norman says:

    I didn’t see how you attached the knobs. Did you glue them on or drill a hole in the lid? Really cute idea.

  28. I love your bathroom Mason Jar Storage, it is so stylish, functional and clever. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

  29. I love this idea!!!! Mason jars are always adorable!

  30. Hi LizMarie. I would love to feature this great upcycle on Saved By Love Creations. Just one photo and a brief description with a linkback to you for the full tutorial. Please email me and let me know if this is ok! Thanks.

    Johnnie

  31. What an awesome idea.. always love me some mason jar storage :)

  32. I love this idea Liz Marie! So simple but such an elegant cool look!

  33. This is darling! I featured it on my FB page :) And pinned it!

  34. I love, love, love this idea! I can’t wait to try it out! Pinned!

  35. I love these!! I have some spare Mason jars around, and I’ve been looking for some cut countertop bathroom storage. But everything I’ve found is too expensive for my budget right now. This is perfect. Thanks for inspiring!!

  36. Great idea! I love the addition of the knobs on top. Have a great week!

    Blessings,
    Deborah

  37. What a cute idea!

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  39. I LOVE what you’ve done with the mason jars. I LOVE having them around. My youngest daughter prefers to drink out of them alllll the time. Some of that southern heritage from my side.
    The possibilities are just running rampant through my mind right now. Pint sized for the pony tails, barrettes, etc..even smaller ones if possible for bobby pins.
    And imagine all the doo dads and ephemera from crafting I could put in the various sized jars. I LOVE the knobs on top…for a number of reasons.
    Thank you so very much for sharing your creative craftiness and organizational ideas with the rest of us!!!!

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  41. So cute!! I made this same thing and Love it. :) However the wooden knobs would not stay glued on. I hot glued them and no luck. What did you use to glue your knobs on?

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