These festive ideas will fulfill all your Christmas decorating needs.
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These jars —filled with quintessential Christmas scents, like rosemary, cranberry, and mulling spices—are the perfect gift for your friend that wishes Christmas lasted all year.
Get the tutorial at Nest of Posies.
Turn an old flannel shirt, Mason jar lids, and cardstock into these perfectly rustic ornaments.
Get the tutorial at Suburble.
Use one of Lil' Luna's free printables to make this giftable "gratitude" jar.
Get the tutorial at Lil' Luna.
These tiny jars can double as the cutest Christmas nightlight for your little ones.
Get the tutorial at Bitz & Giggles.
We've never seen Mason jar lids look quite so adorable!
Get the tutorial at Funky Junk Interiors.
Add some class to your Christmas party by hanging these frosty votives on doorknobs.
Get the tutorial at Stone Gable.
Who needs store-bought snow globes when you can craft your own?!
Get the tutorial at Simple Craves and Olive Oil.
Because your staircase deserves some Christmas decor, too.
Get the tutorial at Maison de Pax.
Use a distressed-white Mason jar, bits of evergreen, and some rope to add visual interest to a kitchen shelf.
See more at Love Grows Wild.
Painted Mason jar luminaries are an easy way to add Christmas cheer to your dining table.
Get the tutorial at The Frugal Homemaker.
Skip the same-old tin and give cookies in a festive (airtight!) jar instead.
Step 1: Use a fine-tipped brush to paint small white dots on the outside of a glass jar (1.6-quart Hermetic Storage Jar, $7;containerstore.com).
Step 2: Fill bottom of jar with snowball cookies (for the recipe, click here). Place small plastic trinkets inside for a snow globe-inspired vignette.
Step 3: Tie gift tag to jar with ribbon.
This idea's perfect for a mantel or entry table. Fill six like-sized canning jars with ornaments, tinsel, greenery, you name it. Assemble the jars in a pyramid, then wrap it with a shiny garland and top with a star. Done!
Align several of these handmade votives—tied with berries and twine—in the center of your dining table to create an elegant centerpiece.
Get the tutorial at DecoArt.
Kids will be totally enchanted by these magical Christmas scenes.
Get the tutorial at Adventure in a Box.
Mason jars + cranberries + ribbons + evergreens = one gorgeous centerpiece.
Get the tutorial at A Pretty Life.
Use gold spray-paint, gold wax, and white chalk paint on your Mason jars to create a shining centerpiece you can use year after year.
Get the tutoral at The Happy Housie.
Let Mason jars house these adorable edible terrariums, filled with ground pretzels, shredded coconut, marzipan (for trees), and chocolate "mud."
Get the recipe at My Name is Yeh.
Create a Christmas-themed vase by adding a deer or reindeer silhouette to your jar with a little bit of spray-paint and shipping label paper.
Get the tutorial at Please Note.
Give Mason jars a farmhouse-chic makeover by filling them with mini trees and snow, then placing them on your mantel.
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Cozy up an entryway table by covering jars in crocheted yarn and lace. Place flameless candles inside to cast a warm glow.
Get the tutorial at Dottie Angel.
Crafter Amanda Formaro recommends lining the pathway to your front door with these elegant lace-and-pinecone candles.
Get the tutorial at Crafts by Amanda.
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Rather than decorating the inside of a Mason jar, this craft calls for adhering Frosty Snow, buttons, and a nose made of air-dry clay to the outside. The earmuffs are made with a pipe cleaner and pom poms.
Get the tutorial at Club Chica Circle.
Blogger Kerryanne English set a snowy scene in her home by illuminating a stencil she glued to the outside of jar lit up with a tea light candle.
Get the tutorial at Shabby Art Boutique.
You might not know by looking at it, but this reindeer jar is filled with hot chocolate mix, turning it into a sweet gift and cute decor.
Get the tutorial at Two More Minutes.
For an easy-to-make Christmas gift, blogger Tonia made peppermint-themed presents by filling Mason jars with handmade peppermint spa products, like body butter, sugar scrub, and foot soak.
Get the tutorial at The Gunny Sack.
Having a Christmas party? Set these treat-filled jars out around your home for a festive snack that also doubles as decor. To make them, blogger Lexy Ward snagged some mini nutcrackers on at Hobby Lobby, spray-painted them, then glued them to the tops of her Mason jars.
Get the tutorial at The Proper Pinwheel.
A Dollar Tree lamppost and mini trees from Michaels add a cozy scene to the inside of these salt shakers.
Get the tutorial at Crafts by Courtney.
Gift a Mason jar filled with licorice bites (and wrapped with a faux belt buckle!) to a hostess, teacher, or neighbor for Christmas.
Get the tutorial at Polka Dot Chair.
Blogger Carrie Higgins simply added clusters of LED lights inside her Mason jars to create an illuminating display, complete with pinecones and some greenery.
Get the tutorial at Making Lemonade.