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Winter Scenes - Mason Jar DIY


Happy Monday! Did everyone have a great weekend? I know mine went by way too fast. With a three day swim meet, I was not able to get much holiday decorating or shopping done. I did have time for a quick and easy holiday decoration using: mason jars, miniatures from the dollar store, and epsom salt. The total cost to make these was only $5!

~ Supplies ~
Mason jar
Miniature people, trees, etc
Epsom salt
Ribbon
Glue gun


Using the glue gun, adhere your miniatures to the bottom of the mason jar.
I used kitchen tongs to place them in the jar.


Once your miniatures are adhered, sprinkle some epsom salt 
into the bottom of the jar for a snow affect.


Add some ribbon to the top of the jar and your done!






I'm really happy with how they turned out! What do you think?

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81 comments

  1. This is so cute and quite easy too.

    xo
    PinkSole

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  2. Wow what a great idea Jill, this is so pretty and festive!! Have a great day:)
    Marta
    www.sweatersstripesandsweets.com

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  3. Thanks Marta! Have a great week!

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  4. Love this! We are always looking for fun ,crafty ideas for Christmas around here:) Thanks for sharing this!
    Have a fantastic day!


    Audrey
    www.audreysalutes.com

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  5. Adorable! I love how it turned out. We finally finished decorating this weekend.

    Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

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  6. I love these! Will you add them to our link up today?!

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  7. OH! These are ADORABLE :) Seriously in love!

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  8. I wish I was this creative! It looks so cute! I might have to try this out. You did a great job!

    www.beyondthevelvet.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. Love this project! Such a great idea and looks easy to make! Coming by from the Still Being Molly Link up! Ill be sure to follow

    xoxo

    Ashley

    www.arrayofstyle.com

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  10. You always have the best ideas! So cute!

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  11. Oh my gosh Jill, these are adorable!! I need to swing by the dollar store to see if they have those little miniatures at mine! Those are so fun!

    Gina - On the Daily Express

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  12. These are too cute!!


    xo Kylie
    www.dressinsparkles.com

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  13. Aww, how adorable! This is a great DIY project <3

    Fashionably,
    http://wingsforliberty.com/

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  14. What a fun idea! Love those beautiful trees~


    Elizabeth
    www.allkindsofthingsblog.com

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  15. Thanks Shauna! Let me know how it turns out if you make it!

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  16. Thanks Patricia! So glad you stopped by!

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  17. Thank you Ashley! So glad you stopped by!

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  18. Thank you so much! Let me know if you make it and how it turns out!

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  19. Thanks Rachel! Let me know what you do with yours!

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  20. Thanks Audrey! Hope your week is off to a great start!

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  21. Aw these are adorable!! Such a cute idea!

    <3 Shannon
    upbeatsoles.blogspot.com

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  22. Really cute! My daughter would love to do something like this with me.

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  23. Carrie @ Curly Crafty MomDecember 8, 2014 at 7:15 PM

    THESE are too, too cute! Oh I just love snow globes and miniatures. I never thought of using epsom salt, what a great idea and the plaid bows on top are beautiful, too!

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  24. WHat a cute idea for mason jars! these would be adorable on my mantle. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  25. This are adorable! I would love to make these with my daughter when she is older!

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  26. What a fun idea for holiday decorations! And it looks easy too. Have a great week, Jill! ~Cynthia

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  27. I love mason jar crafts and these are super cute. The dollar store has some awesome things that get turned into more awesome things. Great job! Hope you had fun at the swim meet. My son swam for about 2 years. I liked going to the meets. Thanks for sharing!

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  28. Super cute!! The jars are adorable, and I love how you decorated them. XOXO, Elif

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  29. This is really cute! I once made snow globes-- and they turned out really cute! I love this idea though!
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  30. My daughter and I created similar jars last year and we love them! I love how you put yours up on pedestals! So cute!! Susan

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  31. Wow, this is such amazing DYI. Loving this jars and all the decoration. Amazing job :) Mel
    www.livingoncloude9.com

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  32. Look how cute! And right in time for Christmas. :)


    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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  33. Great Idea! Great feeling after youve DIYd something cool!
    Martina x

    www.martinasmark.com

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  34. ElleSees.blogspot.comDecember 9, 2014 at 6:15 AM

    super precious! love these.

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  35. Heather Davis WyanckoDecember 9, 2014 at 8:38 AM

    Too cute! great idea - I'll have to try something like this!
    Heather Wyancko
    htp://thriftstories.me

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  36. OMG this is brilliant - I love this!

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  37. These are so cute! What a great idea!
    Stephanie
    http://positivelystephanie.blogspot.com/

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  38. Thank you for linking this up to "Bloggers Who Have INspired me" link up today. It is super cute. Rachel xo

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  39. I love this idea. You're so creative, love the way you've used salt, it's so effective.

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  40. Thanks Jaclyn! So glad you stopped by!

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  41. Thanks Heather! You should try it!

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  42. Thanks Martina! So glad you stopped by!

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  43. Thanks Susan! There are so many things you can do with mason jars!

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  44. Thanks! Ahh, snow globes would be fun to make too!

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  45. Thanks Michelle! Swim meets are fun but it's such a long day! So glad you stopped by!

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  46. Thanks! It would be a fun mother/daughter craft!

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  47. Thanks Tracy! It's a great mother/daughter craft to do!

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  48. What a fun and festive project! Happy Friday!

    http://hillcollection.blogspot.com/

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  49. Thanks Astleigh! So glad you stopped by!

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  50. This is THE CUTEST idea I have seen in a long time! Such a fun project!! Thanks for joining J and me for the Celebrate Southern Linkup! I'm pinning this fun craft project! Cheers!

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  51. Thank you Susan! I've been a little obsessed with mason jars. I've made soap dispensers, outdoor lights..so many options!

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  52. How adorable! These would be such awesome gifts:) Great idea, Jill!


    Tif
    www.brightonabudget.com

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  53. I love this such a great idea! I love home made decor for the Holidays! Thank You so much for sharing!
    http://lachiquitamissi.com

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  54. These are precious Jill! I have been wondering what I could do with our mason jars, so this seems like the perfect idea. Rachel xo

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  55. Thanks Gina! Let me know how it turns out if you make them!

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  56. Thanks Becky and yes, I just linked up!

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  57. Thanks Amy Ann! I am so behind this year! Jealous that you are done decorating! :)

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  58. This is way too cute, and easy enough for someone like me to make! :) -xx


    Shauna


    www.lipglossandlace.net

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  59. Great DIY! You did such a great job doing it. Thanks for sharing!
    ~Tatiana
    http://www.weshopinheels.com

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