Link Day Friday | Mason Jar

Mason Jars ideas and inspirations from around the web –click images for links as well…

dream jar

from deidra roe’s blog

First and featured image, from Deidra Roe blog

My ideal jar keepsake craft, would be a yearly Gratitude Jar. Each family member might have their own personal jar, decorated just for them, storing it in their own space. It’s a great idea for all aged children, exposing them to gratitude and positive attitudes. We would open up our jars once a year or six months depending on size, and join together in celebrating our accomplishments and making it through maybe sometimes we thought we needed more than we already had. It’s a celebration of Life in my eyes!

You could also use this same idea for Prayer Jars. We have had one at my mothers home for years! its an old coffee tin–extra large lol! Yours or your children’s, one on one, personal requests sent to God. You would be surprised to see at the end of the year (or whatever term you should chose) at the things that your children are actually asking for!

mind jar from calm-down basket

mind jar tutorial and ingredients as shared first on Here We Are Together blog link in photo.

Mind Jar post from the blog here we are together is an idea extended from their Calm-Down Basket creation. The baskets can contain items and ideas to assist children with angry moments–I’ve heard these baskets been called: mindful basket, minute basket, time-out, time-in baskets, etc … give them a google and you should find many useful ideas ;) I know I have for moments with my tiny monster lol!

For decorating, personally I love the idea of a plain cover with matching plain label then, adding on your dreams, goals, or thanks, a few different cuts from your favorite scrapbooking pages. Preferably, whatever style of papers compliment your home decor.

These are just some of the photo finds on line, for more inspiration.

little lovables memory and gratitude jar craft tutorial

Little Lovables blog Memory and Gratitude Jar craft tutorial

This image is from the tutorial for their Memory or Gratitude Jar, from the Little Loveables blogspot.

Memory and Gratitude Jars

memory/gratitude jar tutorial contained in image link

These jars are with the focus on gifts and memories. Creating a jar crafted by you or the little ones, with tiny written special moments between you and the person you are gifting your jar too. From the children to their Grandparents filled with fun-loving memories is a great start. Using these as a gift for a teacher I think is a spectacular idea for the LO’s (‘little ones’ if you’re new to blogging world). A definite unique idea teacher can leave out on display for years to come, from little Tommy Trouble in third row ;) Personally, could just imagine the cutest sayings coming from the youngsters around me, lol!

These can be used for all types of achievements as well! I think School graduation counting down the days to school graduation, with little notes of what you learn each day prior, is another unique idea. God knows I learn something new everyday I should be keeping track of!

Ideas for what to write on:

From a Turkey Treat Jar for toddlers from Toddler Approved. I appreciate the idea of the paper shapes and size used here.

toddler approved

Toddler Approved post Turkey Treats

nose for freedom's diy dream jar post

Nose For Freedom post containing simple instructions for fun with writing papers, for inside dream jars. link in photo.

DIY Dream Jar

Tutorial for paper included in image link.

Mason Jars have so many different uses for inspiration!

Follow my Children’s World Board on Pinterest for everything childhood related.

If you have created any type of these, leave us your link in the comments below, so we can visit to check it out! Remember to say your prayers and count those blessings today.

JayNine
xox

2 thoughts on “Link Day Friday | Mason Jar

  1. these are such beautiful ideas. I will definitely implement them in my life as a reminder of my achievements and the beautiful people I’ve met throughout my journey.

    I wish everybody would do it, for positive thinking is needed in this world of ours.

    Thank you so much for this. :)

    • Exactly right! Think outside the jar–you can add or write and recreate the idea in sooo many different ways. I didn’t even think of the gift ones! I know my grandparents would have loved that (when they were with us). As I sat and read through the I formation I couldn’t help but want MORE! I just found myself SO inspired. I am happy to have sent some your way ;) thx for takin a look Hun

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