I’m sharing some bee 🐝 and Mason jar love with a little giveaway!
Regular readers know that in addition to being a dish-aholic,
I’m a jar-aholic. ;)
I love to use jars as vases for flowers . . .
Monday Morning Blooms: Hydrangeas and Bunnies
For Mason jar desserts : Stars and Stripes Berry Trifles
And to celebrate the Red, White and Blue : Patriotic Table on the Porch
For summertime sipping : Summer Peach Tea Punch
Watermelon Mojito with Mint Simple Syrup
And for crafts: DIY Simple Sugar Scrub
DIY Quick and Easy Mason Jar Candle Lamps
Or to hold takeaways of straws, sparklers and American flags:
Blooming Watermelon Vase and Patriotic Table
I cut some early spring garden flowers to celebrate the bees
and for a Ball Jar Bouquet.
Pink peonies, lavender, Oxeye Daisies, honeysuckle, fern fronds and hosta leaves.
Ball Honeybee Keepsake Mason Jars are new for 2023, created in celebration
of the garden hero, the honeybee!
Regular readers know I love all things *bee*, so I was buzzing
with excitement when I discovered these bee-utiful new jars!
These collector’s edition canning jars highlight the vital importance of pollinators,
embossed with a bee and honeycomb design.
Fun for crafting, serving, sipping, storage, and, of course, canning
fruits and vegetables grown with help from nature’s most powerful pollinator.
These Regular Mouth Ball Jars comes with bands and SureTight lids that seal up to 18 months
when used according to food preservation instructions.
In celebration of pollinators, I’m sharing some bee and mason jar love
and giving away one set of four
Ball Honeybee Keepsake Mason Jars. . .
And one set of four Bormioli Rocco Quattro Stagioni jars with a bee skep design.
To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment telling me how you would use them. . .
For crafting, canning, food or flowers?
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This giveaway is open to those living in the continental U.S. through midnight May 5th.
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
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I also love jars … of any kind! I am a canner but the vintage or pretty ones hold a special place in my heart and home. I use them to hold flowers, utensils, with mixes for gifts, toothbrush holders in the bath, to serve drinks. I love some of the additional ideas you’ve given me.
Mary, what a beautiful post. It is an excellent reminder that each of us needs to do our part to help the pollinators. The jars are beautiful. I have and still use some old canning jars that belonged to my mother. I do not can in them anymore, but I do use them for other things. Thank you for the beautiful that you share.
I know your love dishes and flowers, but you’re right, you love jars too.
I will use 1/2 jars with oatmeal mix and 1/2 for savory soup mix. Then I will take 1 of each to shut ins
Morning-my daughter makes overnight oatmeal breakfasts and I would like to do that too so that is what I would use them for. My friend just told me yesterday that she makes marmalade. I love marmalade (like Paddington) and I want her to teach me how to do that so that would be another way to use them. They are extra cute with the bee motif. I always love it when you put the items at the bottom but I never before read the line just above it. From now on, if I do order, I will do it that way.
I pinned the Stars and Stripes berry trifle. Another good idea!!
I love using jars for flowers. The Bee jars are lovely. I enjoy your post as I am from South Carolina upstate.
I love using mason jars for flower arrangements for the seasons!! Also use with candles. The Bee Jars are adorable. I pinned your post. Great ideas.
I love your dishes and gardens filled with beautiful flowers… I would fill the jars with potpourri add yellow flowers to the lids and give them away for gifts.
I pinned the Stars and Stripes Trifle recipe which I plan to make for my Book Club gathering next month. Love your recipes and floral creations, Mary.
I love the way you layered the jar full of lovely flowers with the plate and wood circle… I pinned it of course! I am already a subscriber and follower of your beautiful website. I would use these jars for cool summer lemonade… perfect for the summer heat here in central east Fla… spiked with local honey you bet!
I’ve been a subscriber for a long time, you always have the best giveaways. I would use the jars for decorating with in some shape, form or fashion.
I pinned the picture of the jars with the bee skep. I’m a sucker for those!
Adorable bee pollinators Ball jars!🐝
My first thought is to fill these bee jars with honey and then when the honey has been eaten up, fill them with bountiful beautiful bouquets of wildflowers!🐝🌸
Couldn’t “bee” happier to have a few of these buzz their way here for our children’s garden and outdoor classroom garden party. Would make such amazing table decorations for the flowers the kids have grown from seed. We will be hosting an early literacy fund raiser in September/early October to raise funds for PALS Play & Learn Early Literacy program at our library here in south side Va. A set of bee jars would bee just right!!
Here I must thank you for all your wonderful ideas! It’s always a pleasure to drop in and learn.
One can NEVER have enough jars! I have a lush yard full of camelias, azalais, hydrangea and misc other flowers. I am an avid flower arranger and when I go out to gather for arrangements I always seem to have enough for several arrangements. I love sharing the joy of my yard with my elderly friends or surprising someone on their birthday or even a just because day! Your bee jars would add nicely to the beauty of my arrangements.
In the grade school classroom~ Student Buddy sticks for choosing a buddy to work with. Idea writing or group/individual morning meeting talking sticks. Pencils. Flowers.
In our home~ Flowers. Sand and outdoor candles. Make up brushes. Tooth brushes
I would use the jars for flower displays.
I saved the July 4th ideas. Love them!
As for using the jars – I would give them to my daughter – she and her family are all “bee” fans – Georgia Tech people. They would love them, and she is very clever in her decorating and and they entertain a lot. She would put them to great use I am sure probably for beverages while they watch football with friends.
As much I love mason jars too, I am very allergic to the bee ones – I am a UGA Bulldog! Ha!! :)
❤️ these! We use caning jars for everyday drinking glasses in our home since our early years in the ‘80s. An older neighbor couple who excelled at comfortable hospitality always did and we so admired them we have ever since.
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I love the way you use the jars in flower arrangements but I also like to use them as iced tea glasses here in Georgia!
Along with using them for flowers I can see a couple in my sewing room! Buttons in bottom and a pincushion on top!
I am also a jar lover! Very few jars that enter my house, leave my house.🤣 I would use the bee jars for crafts, for candles for the porch, for the canning I do…oh the list is endless! I pinned the jar picture and the candle instructions. Peace!
Love my Mason Jars…I use them mostly for canning but also for flowers and other food…I am a subscriber….those Née Jars are sooo cute. I would love to add them to my collection…thanks Mary and good luck to all!! ❤️🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝
BEE JARS…sorry, just awakened…
What would i use the bee jars for she asks. Flowers! The charm of the bee design plus the flowers from my cutting garden = perfection!
I pinned the Patriotic On the Porch! That looks exactly how I use my jars and my tiered tray! Again, GOOD LUCK TO ALL!! 🐝❤️🇺🇸
I love jars and old milk bottles. I use jars to store food in, much cuter than a folded over bag with a clip on it! And better for freshness.
I love mason jars ! I use them for flowers , glasses and utensils . These are so cute !
Hi Mary ~ buzzing with excitement about all the different ways those new Ball jars could be used. Thinking about what’s coming up first is Mother’s Day. I love to host a dessert get together for my family that night. I think I’d use them for pretty vases of flowers placed here and there on our buffet table. Countless other ideas are swarming around in my brain ! Hugs, Dorinda
I like to set a pollinator themed table in June and these jars would be perfect filled with flowers and lined down the center of the table. Your giveaways are always so generous Thankyou.
I love reading your blog and love the bee mason jars. I use jars for flowers and food gifts.
Hi Mary ~ I pinned the patriotic watermelon vase idea that you shared into my Summer 2023 Board. Perfect centerpiece for my cookout buffet table. Your ideas are amazing. Thanks for all your creative inspiration Hugs, Dorinda
You’ve given so many happy ideas! My first thought is vases, second for iced tea. Pinned this so I can use some of your other ideas.
Oh Mary, what bee utiful jars! I grow pineapple in south Florida and always have enough to can my pineapple preserves. These jars would be so pretty with the preserves. I too am a gardener and just love your presentation of flowers, always inspiring and beautiful.
Thank you for keeping us smiling.
I love jars too Mary, and these are so pretty! I love both designs, what fun! I love to use jars to hold snacks and cookies, they stay fresh forever! I like to use jars for desserts, makes serving so easy. And of course for flowers, I love your pretty garden bouquet and all the multiple ways and things you’ve created with jars!
Being a granddaughter of beekeepers, I love all things bee too. I’d use them for flowers,decorating, glasses, etc. I love all your wonderful ideas and recipes.
I too love Mason jars and I would use them in my bee themed bathroom.
I only follow a few blogs, and been with you along time because…You come up with the Best ideas!Thank you..Robin
I am crazy for all varieties of Mason jars…
These are the nicest I have ever seen especially since they honor our struggling bee population!
I love to can vegetables but these would have to be put to use for serving honey sweetened iced tea. I am hoping to have an abundance of honey this summer since my daughter is a blooming beginner bee keeper…she is starting this spring with two hives she has been preparing during the winter,
I would love to find a bee skep beverage dispenser like the one you display…any clue where I could purchase one?
Mary, Your mixed bouquet with peonies is beautiful. I do enjoy seeing all the different ball jar designs and uses. You provide us with many different ideas and we thank you for them. Every time I see bee items at a store, I think of you! You’re a great ambassador for the pollinators. Happy Friday! Clara❤️
I am a lover of making jam, possibly a carrot jam this time. Those are GORGEOUS JARS!
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LOVE, the bees! If I don’t win them I will definitely buy them. Thank you for all the great ideas.
I pinned those gorgeous jars to my pinterest!
🐝🐝🐝 Oh wow.. these are so adorable!! Thank you for sharing and letting us know these are available! My daughter and her husband raise bees and I get to enjoy the fruits of their labor.. delicious golden honey! I would gift my daughter the jars if I should be fortunate enough to win.. thanks again for sharing!!🐝🐝🐝
Hello Mary; I would use these for canning for sure! Though the Trifle is going in the menu for Memorial Day :)
I’m a subscriber and I’ve pinned the canning pics!
Big hugs for the Bichons!
Love these jars! I would use them for displaying seaglass and seashells. Also, I love using them for fresh flowers!
All your “Bee” jar ideas are so cute!! I would use them mainly for flower arrangements and a few crafty ideas I have for them as I rarely can anymore! Bee kind always!
I too collect jars; antique as well as new. I choose each one based on the character and features of the jar whether it be a blue tinted one with zinc lid, or an unusual design. My pantry is walk-in with shelving along one wall so that I can visualize all of my staples in-you guessed it- my jars. Sometimes I just stand there and look at each one and admire the way I can clearly see everything that I have in one glance.
Mary, you have created so many gorgeous displays using jars! I am swooning over all the pretty dishes and gorgeous floral arrangements. I love to use jars for sipping sweet tea and arranging flowers. These bee jars are precious! I hope you have a fabulous Friday and wonderful weekend!
Love, love mason jars! They are my go-to for flower arranging as I love that look and there is nothing more soothing than a vanilla candle flickering in a mason jar. I also use them for storing left-overs. You can easily see what is contained in them, and there is no food staining unlike plastic.
Thank you for inspiring us with your creativity!!
Love your flower displays! That’s a tough question. I would use one for showing off on my counter, one for flowers and possibly transfer jelly to one. I want to make coffee jelly so that’s a possibility too. Thanks for sharing!
My husband was a “beekeeper” for 20 years and we know how important bees are to us. Love all things “bee”. Would use these jars for a country tea and to hold flowers for my center piece. Thanks for all the ideas.
Beautiful jars and beautiful displays! I’d use the jars for flowers.
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My husband is a backyard beekeeper here in Maryland. He’d love those bee jars to bottle his next harvest of honey.
I love them for flowers and desserts. Pinned both. These are so pretty. Thank you for sharing. Lynn
I am posting to Pinterest also!
I have a 2 quart blue jar with a zinc lid that belonged to my grandmother. I treasure it. I too, love Mason jars. I would use these for various flowers from our garden or perhaps pantry storage.
I love all jars and recycle every one of them that comes into my home. Pollinators hold a special place in my heart <3 I live on 3 acres and I have numerous Bee stations :) I'm a home gardener and I appreciate all that the bees and butterflies do for us. Wonderful ideas for using jars :) I tried a few of them myself and a few favorites are for flowers, iced coffee, and homemade jam :)
I use mason jars to store food in my pantry and for flower displays. I love the bees!
I use mason jars to store food in my pantry and for fresh flower arrangements.
Hi Mary, I love the Bee Mason Jars! I love to use mason jars for flowers, straws, drinks and crafts!
I would use the jars for tealights or trifle. Your flower jars are so pretty!
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I pinned on Pinterest and I am a subscriber. Thank you for the giveaway!
I would use for gifting honey. I am a hobby apiarist.
Mary, Of course I would use these absolutely beeutiful jars to store my lovely raw, local HONEY in!!!
Of course, I would use these absolutely beautiful jars to store my lovely raw, local HONEY in!!!
Good morning Mary, these are beautiful! I would definitely put my yummy raw, local, delicious honey in them.
I love jars of any kind. I would probably use the jars for flower arrangements to take to nurses on nurses day.
Pinned to my BEE board!
I would love to have a set of the bee jars we would drink yea from them!’ My son is a beekeeper & is teaching me (I’m 68 & recently retired)
I love all your ideas & was so excited to find how you share so many 🐝 ideas!!!
Those are so cute and love the Italian ones also. Oh, I would so use them for crafting, canning, food and flowers! All of the above. 🤣
I am already a subscriber. Always love to see a new post link in my mail!
I pinned the “ DIY Quick and Easy Mason Jar Candle Lamps” link to my Christmas crafting board.
I use Mason jars to store pasta, beans and anything else that needs to be air tight. They make great flower vases also. Thank you for the beautiful and very useful post!
I pinned the peony arrangement. It’s so “springy”. I would use the jars for food and flower arrangements. I’m a dishaholic, too!
Mary, I love jars for wildflower bouquets. I have a Ball jar filled with peonies in my kitchen that I am enjoying. This is a lovely giveaway!
I love this blog i would use them for my homemade treats
I’m a subscriber and honestly, I would do them all! Crafting, canning, food and flowers! (Not all at the same time, of course! )
What a lovely post and fabulous giveaway! I love jars for flower arrangements and quick pickles. And, maybe this will be the year I finally try real canning and pickling – I can visualize spicy dills in one of these jars!
I pinned that beautiful bouquet! I love it! So pretty!
I love Mason jars. I do put up stewed apricots each year that we get apricots on our trees—not this year sadly due to a late March freeze. However I use the jars to hold little bouquets from our garden to take to elderly or “shut in” friends when I visit them.
I love old jars too! They are so versitile. I love to put flowers in them and I use many of them to store pasta, salt, etc..
The bee jars are so cute, I think I would use them for summer drinks! Thank you for sharing you beautiful flowers with us!
Those bees are adorable! I would use the jars to can pumpkin. My dogs are on a diet that they have to eat pumpkin with every meal so i go thrpugh so much and i decide we are growing pumpkins again this year and ill can as muvh as i can for the dogs for the year!
I love the bee jars much like your bee glasses and flatware. Earlier, I was saying I needed jars for my floral glass marbles, but your trifle recipe might come first. Long time subscriber. Pinned it all.
I also love all things bee! These would be wonderful with some peach lemonade on a Mother’s Day picnic! I’m subscribed and pinned. Thanks for the giveaway!
Buzzzzz I just planted alot of plants to attract bee, butterflies, hummingbirds.
I do and would use them for vases and your yummy desserts.
Love the bee jars. I would use them for serving one of your yummy layered desserts or salads. Otherwise, maybe a vase for wildflowers.
Beautiful! Just love bees! I would use these for drinking glasses and vases. And maybe crafts…so many things!
LOVE LOVE LOVE the bee designs!!! So important to keep our awareness of how their busy buzzing lives really make a difference. I would use these to put together beautiful floral displays and as storage containers for the dry goods that I buy in bulk. Thank you for thinking of the bees and of us with the generous offer, Mary. LOVE your posts too! So creative and color filled.
How lovely! I am a long time e-mail subscriber to your blog. Thank you for the chance to win these adorable jars! What would I do with them? One of my daughters somehow raises a giant garden each year on top of a 16 or more hr. a day/7 day a week job. She cans her food and would love these. Thank you!
Mary, you always have such beautiful posts. I must get some of the bee jars to store my honey in. I post to Pinterest the jar going into the pot of water. Looks like a great sauce. Thanks for sharing.
I would use the jars for flowers and for individual desserts. Thanks you!
I subscribe by email. Love your blog!
I also love jars and bees!! My back patio will have bee pillows and jars of flowers as soon as the weather behaves.:)
I would use the jars for flowers and my lemon curd I make. Love your blog, I am a long time subscriber.
I don’t know if on my side or not, but your affiliate link is broke on my side and I’m not real savvy on how to fix it.
Good thing there are creative people like you to help people like me! I love you idea of putting the sparklers and other goodies in them for take away.
I pinned the 4th of July picture with sparklers for a reminder. Great idea!
I would use them for canning vegetables and fruits especially this time of year. I subscribe by email and love your blog and posts. I am sorry of old fashioned in the sense of canning and preserving things. I am disabled and homebound so this is now part of my hobbies.
I pinned the sugar scrub post, the watermelon mojito post and the flags in mason jars post.
Along with the contest post.
I love this post about bees. I would either use the jars as a flower vase or for jelly. I think they would be lovely filled with jelly.
Forgot to mention, I pinned the mason jar candles–darling idea.
Pinned the watermelon mojito. Love the bee jars and I love using them for flowers. In the past I have used mason jars for gifts filled with the following: cookie mix , body scrub , make up and I use them for silk flowers also.
Great post I would use some for food and some for flowers. And I’m sure I could find other uses. I do like the idea of using them for drinks too.
Such great and classy ideas, Mary, thanks so much. I use jars for flowers as do most of the people replying but my most fun way is to use them in still life set ups from which to paint my watercolors. Also I’d use them in Monday art class to demonstrate how to paint stems through glass and water.
I would put flowers in them to show off the bee design! I love them!
Oh those are some cute jars! I love table scaping and no doubt they’d make their way as drinking glasses and or flower containers. I really need them to complete my
Accessories! I also make freezer jam and wouldn’t they make the cutest gift container for some of it?!!! Please pick me! Im a Pinterest & IG follower. Love everything you do!
Mary – love this post and everything “bee!” Would love to have a set of the jars. I’d use them mostly for flowers but might even use them for serving sweet iced tea!! Would love to know about the precious plate with bees that you have the jar sitting on!!! I’m a long-time follower and love everything you do! You’re such an inspiration!
Mary I always enjoy seeing how you use the Ball jars in your flower arrangements. Beautiful!! I love my growing collection of bee containers, dishes, silverware, etc and I would definitely love to include these with my collection. Got my fingers crossed.
I would set these in the window and put flowers in them, or herb cuttings. It would be simple and beautiful.
I too love any type jar but mason jars are my favorite. These are so cute and Ive not seen them before. Would use them for flowers mostly but also foods. We are in good company because Napoleon liked bees as well. The fabric on his chairs is beautiful. Thank you for the chance.
Would use them for Mojitos!
Posted the picture of the flowers in the Rocco jars. I also love jars and the wooden tops for storage
These would make really cute Honey jars, as well as vases!
I love those jars!! I am a canner, but those are so beautiful that I would not only use them for making gorgeous jams, but also use one or two as vases for my cutting garden flowers. What an awesome giveaway item!
Ohh, I love these jars! I like to keep my Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and walnuts in mason jars. I also keep sea glass and “special sea shells” in mason jars, but aren’t all shells special? I keep fresh pack dill pickles going most of the summer in my jars as well as some quick pickled onions to put on salads and sandwiches. A few years back there were no bees in my gardens. I was hand pollinating my cucumber blossoms just to get some cucumbers…but luckily bees have made a come back in my yard! Thanks Mary for your inspiration!
I love these Jars!! I just started keeping bees this year! Would love some of these to fill with honey.
Judy O in Texas
I will admit it, I have fetish for jars. I love the bee Mason jars and I know they will soon be a collectible item. Flowers in canning jars bring back memories from my childhood. My Grandma and I went on walks and gathered Black-eyed Susans for our tea parties.
What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to use these bee Mason Jars for jarring my tomatoes for tomato sauce. They are so adorable! I love the bee design! Thank you for such a fun and sweet giveaway opportunity!
I am also a long time subscriber and love every post you make!
I pinned your lovely pictures on my pinterest page.
My granddaughter is crazy about bees. I would probably give them to her to use as vases or glasses, or whatever other use she enjoyed.
Mary, your blog has been a favorite for years because of the wonderful variety of ideas and the beautiful photography! I too enjoy jars, and am happy to have some of my grandmother’s aqua Ball and Mason jars. Your bee jars would make perfect vases, and I would enjoy sharing some of my garden flowers in one or two with a friend or a shut-in. Thank you for the beauty you continue to share!
So many choices, but I think I would use these sweet bee jars for flowers or countertop storage. Lovely.
I pinned the photo of the wildflowers including peonies and daisies.
How Fun! LOVE the bee jars. They would be perfect to hold my small paint brushes!
I think I’d like to do multiple colorful flower arrangements. I love the bees and appreciate their hard work pollinating so I am going to reread your tips on helping them out.
Thank you for your many helpful posts on things we can do to help our earth. Everyday should be Earth day!!
They are adorable! For a start, I would use them as a vase. Who knows what would be next . What a great find!
Love these jars! I would use them for flowers and to display in my garden shed. I already am subsribed for your emails and have saved a picture to pintrest.
So adorable! As much as I love jars for flowers and food storage, I would use those as everyday dressing and marinade bottles so they could be seen all through the summer. Plus with a few flowers on the table or patio!
Have you seen the Mason jar hummingbird feeder at Walmart? It is a cute little jar with pink flower feeders. I tried to add a picture but site wouldn’t let me. Love all your photos. Lynn
I pinned the photo of the mason jar candles. I would use them for gifting preserves from my garden to my favorite people😃
I too love all things bees!
First I am a long time subscriber to this wonderful blog and have pinned this to my Mason jars Pinterest board.
What I would do with the beautiful jars is gift them to my daughter and grandkids. My daughter is homeschooling her 3 children and much of her curriculum focuses on nature and science. Right now they are doing a study unit on pollinators and insect diversity in our state. This would be an awesome way to say thank you for the bee flower garden they have planted. 🐝 🌼 🌸 🌻
PS: I subscribed by email BEEcause I do love Bees💕
Oh my, aren’t the bee jars just adorable??!! I would love to enter, but you w already been so generous to me, Mary, but I’ll be on the lookout for those lovely jars. I do like them for canning g and also for vases. Happy weekend! 😘
I also love anything “bee”. So of course I would love to win either of the bee jar sets.
I really liked your post about making the bee napkin rings. They were so cute and you saved a bundle making your own. I’ve followed you for years and have made many recipes you provided and drooled over many of your tablescapes. You’re so talented. Thanks for providing all the beautiful inspiration.
Love your posts. I too love dishes and glass wear. Enjoy the variety and creativity you send by way on the blog. I penned the trifle recipe and would use the jars to duplicate your recipe for Memorial Day
Beautiful Happy Birthday Mary happiness and Blessings.
Marilyn,Joan and Marion
Thank you so much Marilyn, Joan and Marion! ♥
Always LOVE your post. Love jars for flowers and anything else. Thanks for all your hard work.
The bee jars have me weak in the knees! They are the “bees knees”! Haha.
I hope I can find them if I don’t WIN them. I already have the galvanized jar lids purchased and now I’m waiting for more of my flowers to mature so they can be cut. I’m also learning about the best flowers to dry and I think a dried arrangement would be adorable in a bee jar.
You are the “Bee’s Knees”. So many clever ideas. I am beesotted.
On a beeutiful summer day, I would serve the Mojitos in the jars and then use them to collect honey from my hives. BTW. I just discovered Pinterest due to pinning one of the photos on your site.WOW!! Bee still my heart, so many wonders. Thanks for your ever uplifting posts.
I came across your blog during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season and have been an avid reader since. Such beautiful ideas and postings. I love that you include where some key items were purchased. Gifts of flowers or preserves would be top on my list for using the “bee” jars, but I love some of the other very inventive ideas in the comments. (I have pinned one of the pictures you included in the post.)
I collect vintage glass jars, especially canning-type jars with American western-attached stories (Wyoming is my home). I also support and help sell friend’s honey throughout the summer months at Farmer’s Market. I’m glad you gave us the Amazon reference(s) as well. Many Thanks!
Oh my goodness, everything is so beautiful from the the plates and jars, down to the straws!! I’d definitely use the jars for flowers. I love the way they look in on summer table, next a open window dressed in lace. Dreamy. Thanks for the chance to win!
I also pinned one of your floral arrangements to my DIY floral arrangements board. Gorgeous.
I have been canning fruits and vegetables since my Mom taught me when I was very young. I grow a large garden every year and put up all kinds of produce. We also have raised honey bees and I’m working on marketing a tomato soup. I would use the beautiful bee jars for canning, honey and/or as a vase for arranging flowers. I would also use them on the table for drinking glasses. They could also be filled with dry goods or candies for gifts. Just love the bee design on the jars!
I pinned your Ball Jar Bouquet to my Flower Vases board and your Keepsake Honeybee Mason Jar collage of photos to my Beeutiful board.
Oh wow! These are great. I’m actually working on a bee post since May honors our fantastic pollinators. I’ll admit I have quite the jar collection as well. I use mine for flowers, decorating and drinking all the time! The bee design would be a wonderful addition. I would probably gift some to friends with flowers from my garden (did a post recently on this too). Thanks for then opportunity. Have a bee-autiful day. XO- MaryJo
I love bees and have some beautiful bee glasses but I would definitely regift these to my brother and SIL bc whenever we drive up the two hours to visit them or my mom (they live on the lower level of her house) they always come upstairs and serve us cold drinks in Mason jars!
Such cute jars and a reminder to all of the importance of the bees. I can think of so many ways to use them. Enjoy as a vase but also often use mason jars for leftovers since I don’t use plastic containers.
Love the idea of the layers of berries, angel food, whipped cream, and cream cheese desserts for this coming summer. So I will be stealing your idea for my summer holiday guests if I win the jars.
What a great giveaway! 🐝 I would use the hats for food and flowers! I’m a long-time subscriber of your blog and love all the creative ideas you share!
I’ve posted to my Pinterest account about the giveaway! 🐝
LOVE jars. I have several very old blue ones that my dad has thrifted and gifted to me! I use them for salad dressing, salsa, desserts, canning, gifts and flowers!!! I do love these little bee jars! So cute!
I would use either set of jars for beverages, flowers, food and crafts. I have many mason jars-some of the embossed ones, colored ones, some new, some vintage. I have collected and loved mason jars for longer than I care to admit! Thank you for the post and giveaway!
I am a long time subscriber.
Currently my husband Rick and I use our mason jars for different salads for meals on the go! Also for making homemade yogurt. We often get harassed from our minimalist son about the amount of jars we have……. Thank GOODNESS all the jars we have are NOT all visible!!
My BONUS Granddaughter calls me, ” HONEY ”
Thanks to my Sis Pat who told me about your jars post
We must be sisters from another mother! I love all dishwater, flowers, anything with Bees and Mason jars! I have been looking for these jars but can’t find anywhere in Rural Eastern KY. I would definitely use them for decorating and jelly! Have a wonderful day on the lake!
I saw these William Sonoma bee glasses on shopgoodwill.com and could not help but think of you. https://shopgoodwill.com/item/167656449