1. Kathy Pelletier says:

    Mason jars have come a long way. I remember as a child visiting my grandparent’s farm, they had a long table ( like the ones so popular now). There were three mason jars that stayed one the table/ one for spoons, one forks, one knives. I do remember a color kinda between green and blue. I think your displays with the pink flowers has to be my favorite. It makes the green leaves pop. I think Easter decorating is my favorite next to Christmas and Thanksgiving. But yours are beautiful for any occasion πŸ™‚ !!

  2. Great vignettes Lory! Missed seeing your Mason jar Seder plate, though. So very creative you are!

  3. Alycia Nichols says:

    Right on time for the Spring and Summer months! Beautiful!

  4. Lovely post and especially enjoyed the mason jars. I have been a fan of them forever – especially the blue ones. Love garden flowers in them.

  5. Yes, mason jars remind me of the days when I make jam. Today, I made orange marmalade, using oranges from our tree. Next month, when my boysenberries ripen, I’ll be making boysenberry jam. This summer, I’ll be making peach jam. I always make plenty, so that I can include jams in Christmas gifts. So, my mason jars have a designated purpose and I don’t use them for anything else. Yours look nice with the flowers, especially those thaat are packed full of flowers!

  6. I have a long standing love affair with Mason jars…just the right size for floral arrangements and yours are lovely.

  7. Love all of these. The purple jars are beautiful filled with flowers. I tend to stay with the clear only for my dΓ©cor. Every time I read your posts I learn something

    Happy Easter


  8. They are so fun to play with, so versatile and inexpensive to purchase! Love all of these photos – the flowers are so pretty, bright and cheery!

  9. I have a few blue jars I used for asst’d beans and rice mix. I see how lovely your flowers look in them so I’ll use them for that as well. Thank you for your creativity.

  10. Inge Johnson says:

    Great ideas for the use of the jars, beautiful flowers in the pictures.

  11. Cerah Christensen says:

    These are some great ideas. On the breakfast buffet though, the forks should be facing down as they are on th3 outdoor patio display so the eating portion of the fork isn’t touch by everyone.

  12. Michelle Buzek says:

    Love all these mason jar ideas! I have clear ones, but I also use some mason jars that are painted and distressed in pastel colors. I picked them up for almost nothing at the flea market and they are beautiful as well !

  13. Diane Corsaro says:

    I was going to use my blue mason jars for 4th of July but the pink one with the flowers will look wonderful with my red & white dishes. Who knew. Thanks for showing all the lovely things you do it’s making me think out of the box.

  14. Such great tips Lory! I used to can a ton and have about a zillion mason jars. These days I mostly use them for flowers, but now I have other ideas too! πŸ™‚ Thanks for another wonderful post!

  15. Would you please provide the name of the silverware pattern used in your breakfast setting?
    I recognize the pattern from years ago.

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