If you have any mason jars around the house collecting dust, this is a awesome way to add some storage to your bathroom by using the wall.
These jars are great for storing smaller items and can be seen front a center rather than cluttering up the vanity. You can have a shabby chic look by using rustic wood pallet wood, or you can have a nice stained and finished piece of wood. This will decide the look you want.
I love the idea of adding these to the wall but you can take it a step further by distressing the mason jars with paint to look old world especially if you don't want the contents totally on display and the colors could really add to the room. Either way they could be a selling feature at your next craft show as they are something a little different.
Small Or Large Mason Jar Organizers or Functional Piece of Art to Sell
You could create any size of these organizers to sell. If you love to paint you could paint a scene on the wood instead of just leaving it plain so that your mason jar bathroom organizer is actually a functional piece of art. There are so many ways you could take this basic project and kick it up a few notches.
Try Distressing the Glass for an old world look and use rustic pallet wood. If you apply the saw tooth hangers to the back of the board, then you or your customer can simply hang it on the wall like a picture. This makes it a form of portable storage especially for the renter who can't do any renovations to the bathroom.
The hose clamps can simply be loosened to clean the jars. This is a really fun way to recycle those jars. If you don't have any mason jars or you want the crystal clear look of new ones, check below, you can get them online.
Another example video of a mason jar organizer. It doesn't have to be just for the bathroom, it could be for anywhere in the home, and if you are planning on selling them, try to make each one unique so that they are like functional art pieces.
You can make this one which is on one board of wood. I personally would love to create a folk art scene in the background to compliment the jars. I would most likely leave the jars clear so that the scene can be seen.
But you get the idea of just how useful these mason jars can be. If you plan on distressing them as in the video, there is another video that may help on the How to distress a mason jar page which gives a bit more detail and using the Martha Stewart line of multi surface paint. If distressing is your goal then you can search out basements, garage sales, and reuse centers for jars as they don't have to be crystal clear to do this project.
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