Pour Spout Mason Jars

When finished with an empty cardboard salt container, cut the whole round top piece off and measure to fit a canning jar ring. Trace and cut with the flat part with scissors to fit a pint canning jar. Fill the jar with sugar, then cut a second one from a second empty salt container for non-dairy coffee creamer, spices, or flour. The pour spouts make for easy access to your sugar and creamer. 
*If desired, half pint jars can be used instead of pint jars.
By Monica from Cortez, CO (via thriftyfun.com)

Pour Spout Mason Jars

When finished with an empty cardboard salt container, cut the whole round top piece off and measure to fit a canning jar ring. Trace and cut with the flat part with scissors to fit a pint canning jar. Fill the jar with sugar, then cut a second one from a second empty salt container for non-dairy coffee creamer, spices, or flour. The pour spouts make for easy access to your sugar and creamer.

*If desired, half pint jars can be used instead of pint jars.

By Monica from Cortez, CO (via thriftyfun.com)

Mason Jar Lemonade
This is an easy way to ensure that guests at your summer parties stay hydrated in style.  No tacky Solo cups will show up in the event photos or in the trash :)
This pic is of lemonade with lemon garnish, but you could fill the jars with whatever tickles your fancy (or goes with your party’s theme).  Think peach champagne fizzes with peach garnishes, sangria with floating berries, strawberry basil lemonade, or even good old fashioned water with fruit slices for flavor. The possibilities are endless!
Just make all of the drinks prior to the party and store them in sealed mason jars.
On the big day, simply fill an old steel bucket or cooler with ice and arrange the jars inside just as you would cans of soda.
Relax and enjoy :)

Mason Jar Lemonade

This is an easy way to ensure that guests at your summer parties stay hydrated in style.  No tacky Solo cups will show up in the event photos or in the trash :)

This pic is of lemonade with lemon garnish, but you could fill the jars with whatever tickles your fancy (or goes with your party’s theme).  Think peach champagne fizzes with peach garnishes, sangria with floating berries, strawberry basil lemonade, or even good old fashioned water with fruit slices for flavor. The possibilities are endless!

Just make all of the drinks prior to the party and store them in sealed mason jars.

On the big day, simply fill an old steel bucket or cooler with ice and arrange the jars inside just as you would cans of soda.

Relax and enjoy :)