It seems like the DIY world has been finding all sorts of new and interesting ways to use mason jars for projects, and we’re no exception. There are so many ideas for using these versatile jars to bring the garden into your home! Lovingly tend to a succulent terrarium, craftily hang a row of herb garden jars, or simply repot a garden plant. Whatever way you choose, take advantage of the possibilities of design with these cute planter crafts.
Countertop Succulent Vignette
Create a mini world of wildlife by planting a few small succulents in mason jars and creating a harmonious countertop garden. For a more rustic look, try a mason jar with a little hardware.
Hanging Indoor Herb Garden
With simple hooks and wire, turn your window into a garden display. Though this design is perfect for handy cooking herbs, it would be just as lovely with some flowers or succulents.
Mason Jar Planter
Your new potted plant will grow just as well in its original plastic pot as it will in a mason jar – but a mason jar will look so much cuter! Give your plant a new home, and your home a pleasant new decoration.
Create a contained indoor garden to incorporate that authentic garden look into your kitchen design and keep your fresh herbs close by and ready for cooking.
These little herb jars prove that “less is more.” To make your own, just get a hold of some jars, wire, herb seed packets, and chalkboard labels.
Make mini hanging planters to adorn your kitchen walls by layering sea shells (for great drainage), soil, and your choice of vibrant succulents in suspended mason jars.
Chicken Wire Garden
Frame your planters, and turn nature into art! Using chicken wire and a frame, create a base for a small mason jar flower garden, to hang inside or outdoors.
Combine your mason jar garden with other interesting or pretty pieces, like this salvaged rustic chair, to create a unique and budget-friendly garden feature.
Painted Jar Garden
No one said you had to leave your mason jars as is – break out the paints and brushes and let your crafty side take charge by glamming up your traditional mason jars and creating a look that’s all your own.
This article was written by Hometalk Editor Tikva Morrow. Hometalk.com is the largest home and garden social network on the web. Millions of homeowners and professionals use Hometalk to share their knowledge and inspiration, ideas, and advice.