Is there anything that Mason jars can't do? I've been seeing Mason jars used as lampshades and lumieres all over the blog-o-sphere. Mason jars make excellent sconce shades: They are sturdy, easy-to-clean, and add to a rustic or industrial-chic design scheme. Mason jar lids are an important component of using Mason jars as parts of light fixtures, so save your Mason jar lids!
Mason jars take a mod-yet-ethereal look as Mason jar luminaries. This project involves painting Mason jars around stencils to create mod-looking dots of light.
Solar lights are a fun addition to a walkway or garden, and you can make them yourself out of Mason jars!
You could spend big bucks on vintage industrial pendant lights, or you could make them yourself out of Mason jars. Who knew?
Turn a thrift store chandelier into something special with a coat of paint and some Mason jars as lamp shades.
Pipe fittings plus mason jars plus the help of a <a href="http://www.electriciansnetworks.com/" target="_blank">good electrician</a> equal highly fashionable industrial-style Mason jar lights.
<a href="http://www.networx.com/article/landscaping-attracting-beneficial-anima" target="_blank">Attract beneficial insects</a> to your yard with a very colorful DIY Mason jar butterfly feeder. This is an excellent project for kids and adults.
Mason jar drink cups are the perfect kid's party favor. They also prevent spills during the party!
These are high fashion on a very low budget.
Bring the sunshine inside with a DIY Mason jar centerpiece. Mason jars make perfect vases for down home flowers like daisies.
What could be cuter than a mini-terrarium in a Mason jar? Mount a few vertically on a board for a quirky living wall hanging.