Mason Jar Floating Valentine Candy Bar
Mason Jar Monday, it’s that time again where a group of you come together once a month and share our ideas using mason jars. This month we will be sharing Mason Jars with a Valentine theme. I will be sharing my Mason Jar Floating Valentine Candy Bar. Everyone needs a candy bar right?
For some reason I was having a difficult time trying to figure out what I wanted to share, until I was watching one of my favorite shows Fab Life .
Thinking what a great idea along with perfect timing. I couldn’t wait to share this idea with you all! One of my projects for 2015 has been finding ways to organizing the kitchen freeing up some cabinet and counter space all while making it a working kitchen. I will be sharing more on that, so be sure to check back.
This project is so easy to put together all you need is a cookie tray, and some mason jars/lids, screws, white spray paint (optional)
Take your lids and space them out on the bottom of your cookie sheet, making sure you have enough room and space between each jar. (remember your jars are wider than the lid). Using a drill, screw them into place. Attach
the tray to he bottom of the cabinet with screws, fill your jars with a variety of Valentine candy.
In celebration of Valentines day I added some pre cut burlap hearts to the front of the jars
The rest of the pre cut burlap hearts were glued to the front of some cloth draw string bags This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
Added a scoop for all to fill their own Valentine treat bags
The baskets hold the leftover candy
Mason Jars can be decorated and used for so many things, don’t forget to check out the others down below.
This idea not only puts all my mason jars to great use, but is a great way to organize and free up some cabinet and counter space. For now I will be using them for some Valentines Candy…I don’t normally have candy setting out. Once the candy is gone…which won’t take long around here, the jars will be filled with dry creamers/sugars since this area is where our everyday coffee maker is.
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