Lately, I’ve been seeing Mason jar drink lids all over the place, and I love them. I mean, really, it combines two things that I love: a Mason jar and a reusable to go up. Yay!
I’ve been wanting one of these suckers for a while, but I haven’t had the cash to order one. And then, it dawned on me. I bet I could make my own! It turns out that you can, and it’s super easy. This project took about 10 minutes total.
If you’re a regular reader here, you’ve probably noticed that I’m an avid collector of Mason jars. When you craft with a Mason jar, sometimes you’re left with those little lids and rings, and of course they seem way too useful to throw away. I haven’t played with Mason jar rings yet, but one of those flat little lids was just screaming to be covered in glitter and turned into a medallion!
This seed starter is sort of a mashup of cool mason jar things I’ve run across in my travels, and I’m super happy with it! You get to use chalkboard paint, dye some mason jars, play with dirt, and use a drill. That, my friends, is my kind of project!