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Beautiful Valentine Mason Jar Ideas

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You guys know I love celebrating the holidays with adorable decorations and gifts.  I love to keep things simple, too.  These Valentine mason jar ideas are so cute and they are so easy to make for your home or friends and family. I have a feeling you’ll find a few that you’d like to make and these are so simple that anyone can make them!

Valentines Day Mason Jar Ideas

valentine mason jar ideas

Let’s see those beautiful Valentine mason jar ideas…

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Stacked Hearts Mason Jars by Lights.com

Set the mood with these stacked heart mason jars.  Lights.com shows us how to make them and they are beyond adorable!

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Valentine Mason Jar gift by the Happier Homemaker

The Happier Homemaker combined her love for burlap with her love for this sweet holiday when she put together this Valentines day mason jar gift.  She even includes a free cutting file for those of you who use an electronic cutter.

Valentine’s Day mason jar printables

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: See Through Valentine Mason Jar by Hawthorne and Main

Get ready for a very sweet Valentine Mason Jar by Hawthorne & Main.  I love how she made it see through with the letters and the free printable is perfect.

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Valentine Mason Jar by the Pleated Poppy

Lindsey from The Pleated Poppy was inspired by something she found on Pinterest to create these simple Valentine mason jars.  I love how they turned out!

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Valentine Snack Jars by Love Jessica Anne

I love this idea for decorating a mason jar by Love Jessica Anne.  The sayings are so clever!

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Valentine's Day Heart Jars by The 36th Avenue

It is time for a little metallic fun with these gold heart jars by The 36th Avenue.  I really love the free printables that she created to go with them.  Beautiful!

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Valentines Day Gift in a Jar by the Gunny Sack

The Gunny Sack made these tiny gifts in a jar out of mason jars and they are so fun!  Who wouldn’t want to receive a gift like this?

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Glitter Dipped Mason Jars by Lily Shop

If there ever was a glamorous mason jar it is this one.  Lily Shop created these metallic and glitter dipped jars and they are breathtaking!  She even did a black one and it is very cool, too!

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Glitter Heart Mug by Creative Green Living

Speaking of glitter, how about this glitter heart jar by Creative Green Living?  It is really cute and it can even be washed in the dishwasher.

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Heart Mason Jars by Homemade Serenity

Have you ever used Mod Podge?  It is really fun to craft with and Homemade Serenity used it to make these great heart mason jars.  Love them!

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: Jar of Hearts by Polka Dot Chair

Polka Dot Chair put together the cutest mason jar gift.  It is full of chocolate hearts, but my absolute favorite part is that cool arrow.  I’d love to receive one of these!

A couple years ago, I created a Valentine’s mason jar filled with faux flowers and candy wrapped with red toile for my son’s teacher.

Valentine Mason Jar Ideas: valentines day candy flower for a teacher

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I hope that you enjoyed these Valentine mason jar ideas.  They would all be a perfect gift for friends and family or a gift for you to make for yourself! Be sure to check out our Valentine’s Day cookies, cupcakes and 40+ Valentine’s Day sweet ideas and  40+ Valentine’s Day home decor ideas.

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