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DIY Mason Jar Organizer


Updated April 13, 2017
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DIY Mason Jar Organizer
DIY Mason Jar Organizer
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Want an organizer that can be chic and purposeful? This DIY Mason Jar Organizer gives you the best of both worlds with its rustic look. You can hang up this DIY organizer anywhere in your house that needs a little extra organization; or, if you love the look of this mason jar craft that much, just put some fake flowers in the jars and use it purely as decoration. No matter what you choose to use this for, just follow along with this craft video and you can have your own made up in no time! 

Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Mason jars
  • Drill
  • Screwdriver
  • Leatherman tool
  • Hose clamps
  • Sawtooth picture hangers
  • Wood screws
  • Piece of wod

DIY Mason Jar Organizer

Mason Jar Organizer Tutorial

  1. Hammer in your sawtooth picture hanging pieces. Making sure that they are level as you hammer them in. 

  2. Measure your piece of wood and evenly place the jars along the wood. 

  3. Lay your piece of wood down so that the sawtooth pieces are touching the table. Taking your hose clamps, adjust the size of the hole you will be putting your wood screw through, and open up your hose clamp. 

  4. Place your hose clamp down on the wooden board, place your wood screw through the hole and drill the screw into the board. 

  5. Grab your mason jar and stick it into your hose clamp and screw the mason jar into place. 

    Repeat with however many mason jars you are adding to your board. 

  6. Now hang your completed project on the wall and use it for organization! 

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