A couple weeks ago I shared how my glitter mason jar votive was featured in Redbook magazine. Well ever since working with the anniversary jars for that project I’ve become a huge fan of the lovely little blue jars. I’ve been using them for just about everything including drinking glasses (which would be perfect to hold any refreshing summer drink).
Today I wanted to share a super simple idea of how to use the same jars to create colorful vases. I just cut a strip of gold polka dot printed burlap (found at Joanns), wrapped it around the jars, and used strong double-stick tape to adhere it. Then I added a golden grosgrain ribbon and filled the jars with lovely mini roses and greenery. I think these would look lovely at a simple spring or summer wedding!
Want to win a case of the blue heritage jars and an awesome automatic jam and jelly maker (yes, that exists and makes it super easy to make homemade jam!)? There are 2 ways to win!
**This contest is now closed. Thanks to all that participated.***
1. Ball will be selecting one winner who pins their favorite image of the blue Ball jars with the hashtag #heritageblue to any one of their Pinterest boards by 11:59 PM EST on June 24th.
2. I will be randomly selecting one winner who tweets about how they would use the heritage blue jars with the hashtag #heritageblue then comments on this post with a link to their tweet. The contest ends on 11:59 PM EST on June 24th. So get tweeting for a good chance to win these awesome prizes valued at $110!
This post is sponsored by Ball however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks so much for supporting Sarah Hearts!