9.08.2013

Mason Jar Bank



Just a quick post this morning...

A little "project" that took me all of five minutes to finish.

(Does it count as a project if it only took five minutes?)

Here's the tutorial... are you ready?


  1. Take a mason jar.
  2. Switch out the regular lid for one with a coin slot.  (Buy that HERE.)
  3. Use your Silhouette to make a label.  (You know I love labels.)
  4. Place in laundry room to collect loose change.



And I know I promised not to mention it again (like two posts ago) but if you were a person who, say, didn't have a mason jar or a Silhouette or a coin lid, would you be interested in buying something like this in my etsy shop?  (Just curious...)

You can check out other (more extensive) mason jar projects HERE and HERE.

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Great News!  I am now selling the lids for these jars in my etsy shop.  You can buy them HERE.




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7 comments

  1. Very cute! Sometimes it's the simple things that really catch on. I bet it would sell in your Etsy shop.

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  2. How stinking cute!!! Can I feature on the mason jar blog next month? Please, please, please ...

    :) Linda

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  3. Adorable. Whose change did you snag for the bank :)

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  4. Im all for 5 minute projects! You have given me the idea I should move my coin jar to the laundry because thats where most of the coins come from, emptying pockets!

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  5. I love it! So simple and stylish! (I'm getting ideas over here!)

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  6. What a neat idea!! I'm sorry I missed it earlier.

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