There’s no shortage of DIY mason jars crafting projects out there these day

s. They have proven to be handy for many uses, not to mention they have a knack for adding a simple charm to any space.

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A clean, organized space can make a world of a difference when it comes to creativity, productivity, and simply how you feel in a space. We were looking for some creative ways to organize our DIY space and found some amazing, functional, and beautiful mason jar organizing tutorials. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorites in this post, just for you:

1. Mason Jar Wall Organizers
Image via Home Talk
Mason jar wall organizers are a perfect project to reuse your mason jars for storage and organization.

What You’ll Need:

8, 12, or 16oz. Mason jars

Hose clamps

Wood (about 2 ft by 7 in.)
Wood stain
Picture hanging kit

Drill & screws

Do It Yourself:

Start by staining your wood. (Depending on how you want your finished piece to look, you can skip this step.)
Let it completely dry.
Before you drill your holes, mark where you want them to be placed. Then, using a drill bit, pre-drill a small hole in both the hose clamp as well as the wood. Then line up the two holes and drill the hose clamp into the wood so it is attached. (Repeat with the rest of the hose clamps.)
Fasten your jars inside the hose clamps.
Use picture hangers on the back of the wood to hand your new mason jar organizer on your wall.
Load it up with all your items and enjoy!

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8 oz. capacity
Set of 12 jars, durable glass construction
Custom time tested Sealing compound, ensures a quality air-tight seal with each lid
New brushed silver design on the outside lid, will match most kitchen designs
Refrigerate up to 3 weeks, freeze up to 1 year, fresh preserve and store up to 1 year


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2. Use A Mason Jar to Organize Your Buttons
Image via Sew Many Ways
Using a mason jar to organize your buttons is such a creative way to organize your buttons! Any DIY-er would love this.

What You’ll Need:

8, 12, or 16oz. Mason jars
Craft Magnets
Glue gun and hot glue

Do It Yourself:

Take one button and hot glue it to a magnet.
Place the button/magnet on the lid of your mason jar.
Fill your jar with the rest of the buttons and screw the lid back on.
Repeat with the other buttons and jars. This is such a great idea for storage and can be applied so many different craft items – even screws and nails!

Ball Tota 4-Ounce Quilted Crystal Jelly Lids and Bands, Set of 12-2 Pack (Total 24 Jars), 24-pack

Canning Jar * Ball 4-Oz quilt jelly Ideal for preserving jams, jellies sauces, mustard & flavored vinegar
Custom time tested ceiling compound help ensure a quality seal with each lid
Refrigerate up to 3 weeks, freeze up to 1 year, fresh preserve and store up to 1 year
Holds 4 ounces
2 Packs of 12 jars - Total 24 jars


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3. Mason Jar Pincushion
Image via Ruffled Creases
This pincushion and sewing kit is a great way to keep your simple sewing supplies organized! (Also makes for a great gift!)

What You’ll Need:

8, 12, or 16oz. Mason jars
Glue gun and hot glue
Printed fabric

Scrapbook paper (best if it coordinates with your printed fabric)

Do It Yourself:

Flip your scrapbook paper over so the printed side is down. Trace a circle onto the paper using the mason jar lid. You’ll be putting these on the bottom of the lid to create the finished look. Cut out a 4″x4″ piece of fabric.
Now you are ready to assemble the lid. Set the rim of the lid on a flat surface with the top facing down. Put a piece of fabric on top of the rim with the pattern side facing down.
Put a small fistful of fiberfill above the fabric.
Place the lid of the jar above the fiberfill.
Thrust the lid, fiberfill, and fabric slightly through the rim of the jar.
Once the lid is pretty secure inside the rim, cut any excess fabric and using hot glue gun make the fabric lay flat.
Use the scrapbook paper to cover the inside of the lid. Hot glue it in place.

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4. Mason Jar Storage Shelf

Running out of storage space? This mason jar storage shelf will show you how to extend the storage space of any shelf!

What You’ll Need:

A shelf with a flat bottom
Mason jars with lids (1/2 pint and pint jars)

Chalkboard labels (optional)

Do It Yourself:

Start by hanging your shelf on the wall. It’s easier to get this set up before you have the lids and jars attached. Then, take it down and flip it over so the bottom is facing up.
Mark where all the holes will be drilled, then drill the lids to the shelf.
Hang your shelf up, then start screwing your jars into the lids.
This is optional, but you can use chalkboard labels to keep track of what is in each jar.

5. Mason Jar Desk Organizer

Learn how to organize your desk using mason jars. It’s frugal and absolutely effective!

What You’ll Need:

8, 12, or 16oz. Mason jars
Glue gun and hot glue

Do It Yourself:

You’ll be amazed at how simple and quick this desk organizer comes together! Just use your hot glue gun to glue the jars together. Simple as that!

6. Mason Jar Yarn And String Dispenser
Image via 42 Things
This mason jar yarn and string dispenser is a simple way to keep your yarn from getting tangled (and falling on the floor)!

What You’ll Need:

8 or 12 oz mason jars

Do It Yourself:

Punch a hole in the metal lid of the jar using a nail and hammer.
Place yarn in a jar and thread it through the hole.
Repeat until all balls of yarn are nicely stored.

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Jars - Wide Mouth Half Pint - Case of 12


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Mason jars are really one of the most versatile materials when it comes to crafting and organizing. We hope you found a spark of inspiration in these practical and beautiful uses of these glass jars at home!

Did you find these organization hacks helpful and interesting? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on August 1, 2017, updated for quality and relevancy. 

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