No matter if you have a craft booth/store or want to earn some extra cash, here are 20 mason jar crafts to sell right now!
Everything is better in a mason jar.
We love a good mason jar project and so does a good chunk of the population. Mason jars are nostalgic and let’s face it…inexpensive. With that in mind, these crafts are great to make and sell for your hobby or business.
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WHERE TO FIND MASON JARS
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If you want to make and sell these mason jar crafts, you may need more than your supply at home. Of course, you can purchase some, but that definitely cuts into the bottom line. So, let’s salvage some:
- Thrift Stores
- Free Piles
- Yard Sales
- Asking Friends/Neighbors – Just a simple post on Facebook could lend you an endless supply.
- Pantry – Yep, don’t forget about those spaghetti jars too.
- Freecycle Groups – Check your area for free groups to post your need for jars.
WHAT SIZE JAR TO USE
Does size really matter?
There are many sizes of mason jars available. I’m of the salvage mindset and use what you got. But, you will want to pay attention to the function of the jar to see if a different size will work. For example, a jar that would hold utensils might not translate to a small pint jar.
- Is this jar used for a particular purpose and can a different jar still function in the same way?
- Pay attention to large-mouth jars vs. small. This change could also hamper functionality.
WHERE TO SELL
There are tons of places to sell your items. We have shared our tips for selling on Facebook Marketplace, but here is a list of other places to sell your items.
- ETSY – If you are serious about a shop, love to take photos, and ready to ship your products, ETSY can be a great option. This is a commitment and a great substitute for a brick and mortar store.
- AMAZON HANDMADE – Yes, small businesses are selling their crafts on Amazon. You can see this adorable handmade listing for a felt succulent planter.
- SHOPIFY – Popular eCommerce platform. Great if you have your own website.
- FACEBOOK GROUPS – There are several online groups for selling your crafts. Try Craft Living Marketplace or Buy Sell Crafts.
- CRAFT FAIRS
- FLEA MARKETS
- RETAIL BOUTIQUES
- CONSIGNMENT SHOPS
- POP-UP STORES
- CRAIGSLIST – Yes, people still use it. Just consider the demographics of those that still do.
- FARMERS MARKET
- LOCAL CAFES
OUR MASON JAR CRAFT PROJECTS
As we mentioned, we love a good mason jar craft so here are a few more we think could be made for fun or profit: