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Mason Jar Pin Cushion

Need an inexpensive and easy-to-make gift. This Mason Jar Pin Cushion is a perfect project. No special skills are needed and it can be made in a few minutes.
I also like this project when I need to have a lot of favors for an event. Fill the jar with anything that is appropriate for the event.
Teacher gifts ~ baby showers ~ bridal favors ~ almost any setting works.

To see more: http://www.seasonedhomemaker.com/2012/11/mason-jar-pin-cushion-tutorial.html

Have Questions About This Post?

  • The Seasoned Homemaker

    I'm sure there are Ball jars (another brand) somewhere in England. Find out what people who can food use. The jar lid is two pieces. The ring and the flat insert. When canning (the real use for these jars) the rubber edge of the insert seals the food

  • Li'l megs
    Li'l megs United Kingdom

    ...ahhhh I see...thank you for that info - I will look up Ball jars tho I have never heard of them - all of the people that I know who do 'pickling' use regular jam jars that they save after using the produce ...but I am on a fact finding mission -

  • Liliana Wells
    Liliana Wells Jackson, GA

    I have made the pincushions without the jar. But yours are so much neater. Thanks for sharing.

  • Janet chambers
    Janet chambers Aurora, IN

    Love these!

  • Lesley Brooks
    Lesley Brooks United Kingdom

    where do I get the jars from.