You've seen Jade repurpose our Jackpot Candle jars into an adorable vase. Here are a few fun decor ideas that are even easier to implement in your home!
Book ends don't have to be boring but they do have to have a little bit of weight. You can add a lot of fun decorative things to your glass jar to make it pretty and heavy - pennies, sand, pebbles, or even pour some concrete in for a modern look!
This one would be adorable as decor in the kitchen! As you open a bottle of wine just toss the used cork into your glass jar and soon enough you'll have some of the simplest, cutest decor around.
My grandma always had a frilly little dish of candies sitting on her side table. Update that idea with our modern, clean line glass candle jar and you've got yourself one heck of a crowd pleaser. Pro tip: Make sure you clean out your jar super well before this one.
This one is a fun one for your kiddos or even just a nostalgic throwback for yourself! Get a few different shades of brightly colored sand from the craft store and pour them into your glass jar one layer at a time, alternating colors for a bright 90's inspired art piece. You can update this look by swapping out neon colored sand with neutral hues - white, tan or black sand.
If you're a coffee lover, you HAVE to try pouring some whole coffee beans into your empty glass candle jar for the amazing aroma it'll bring to your home. Take it up a notch by tucking a vanilla scented votive into the center of the coffee beans for a warm vanilla coffee scent that you can smell even when it's not lit.
JUST A VASE
We think our glass jars are just so pretty even without any added decoration. add a little water and a fresh bouquet of flowers to your glass candle jar and, voila! Instant beauty!
With so many people working from home nowadays, we've seen a few messy desks on our zoom chats. Empty candle jars make the perfect vessel for pens & pencils, paper clips, or whatever other little things are floating around on your desk without a home.
See the above idea about desk storage but instead of paperclips you now have a pretty place to store things like makeup brushes, q-tips, cotton balls, or makeup remover pads.
Another easy one - take your empty jar and flip it upside down over a saucer or coaster and you've got an instant cloche! Add some fun little decor items to create an interesting little vignette you can place anywhere in your home.
If you're having a get together it's always nice to decorate the table for a little extra flair! You can add flowers to your empty glass jar in the spring or fill it up with some lemon slices suspended in fizzy water for a sizzling summer party. The sky is the limit, you can style this one to your heart's content!
Pro Tip: If you feel like getting a little crazy, you can always wrap it in some yarn and then spray paint it for a textured flower vase centerpiece.