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It’s almost Valentine’s Day and I’ve got love on the brain, big time. (Planning a wedding will do that to you, I guess?) If you’ve also got love on the brain and some mason jars on your hands, put the two together! A handmade craft is a perfect way to show that special someone you care. Check out this mason jar craft roundup and pick a project to surprise your honey. Bonus: If you’ve got little cherubs who like to get creative, most of these ideas are so easy that they can pitch in, too.

mason jar craft centerpiece

Flowers and centerpieces are practically synonymous, but you don’t need fresh blooms for your tablescape this February 14. This candy heart mason jar craft from Lacquer & Linen would perk up just about any place setting.

mason jar craft votive candles

Seeing these cheery Valentine votives on Homemade Serenity sent me right back to my favorite elementary school art classes and the first pangs of puppy love. Get the kids to help with this craft, then add your own glow.

mason jar craft drinks

Photo: Kim Demmon of Today’s Creative Blog for Tiny Prints

How’s this for a toast? Kim Demmon of Today’s Creative Blog wrapped Tiny Prints cards around some mason jars to make this drink even more special. (Hint: Amp up the romance with one of these impressive Valentine’s Day cocktails.)

mason jar craft vase

Even a supermarket bouquet would look super in an embellished mason jar vase. Get the tutorial for this felt heart and twine beauty on The Pretty Bee.

mason jar craft candy jars

If your sweetheart has a sweet tooth, these mason jar candy jars are definitely in order. Follow the instructions from Oopsey Daisy and fill with conversation hearts, kisses, cinnamon red hots or maybe just some green M&Ms. (Wink!)

Which mason jar Valentine craft won your heart? And are there any household items you’d like to see featured in this column? Leave your suggestions in the comments below!


DIY, Handmade

13 Responses

  1. Geneva says:

    I would like to see different ways to use cake stands with the glass tops. Different and unusual things to put inside under the glass dome.

  2. Sarah B. says:

    I really like the Valentine votives. Something about them looks old fashioned and I love that look.<3

  3. TodaysCreativeBlog says:

    Thank you so much for including me!

  4. @TinyPrints says:

    Thanks so much for including the Tiny Prints blog Briana! :)

  5. Wow, thank you so much for including me! What a treat!

    • Briana@HGTV says:

      You're welcome, Kelly! You've got a great blog! (And your recent post about bread is making me drool.) :)

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Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...


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