How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer
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How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

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Re-purpose any glass jars with this easy DIY tutorial by learning how to make a hanging Mason jar organizer!

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

If you have been around here for any length of time, then you know I love re-purposing glass jars.

I re-purpose jam jars, salsa jars, baby food jars, candle jars. . . pretty much all glass jars!

This is an easy project to do with any glass jar and is perfect for makeup, art supplies, chalk, toothbrushes and toothpaste etc.

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HOW TO MAKE A HANGING MASON JAR ORGANIZER

1. Cut any piece of plywood or pallet wood to size and screw into the wall or surface.

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

HOW TO MAKE A HANGING MASON JAR ORGANIZER

2. Add a stainless steel hose clamp to each jar and trim the excess with a wire clipper. 

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

HOW TO MAKE A HANGING MASON JAR ORGANIZER

3. Remove the hose clamps.

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

HOW TO MAKE A HANGING MASON JAR ORGANIZER

4. Screw the hose clamp into the wood board.  

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

HOW TO MAKE A HANGING MASON JAR ORGANIZER

5. Set the jar into the hose clamp and tighten with a screw as needed. 

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

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How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

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How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer
How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer
How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

How to Make a Hanging Mason Jar Organizer

Ahna Fulmer // Hammers N Hugs
Re-purpose any glass jars with this easy DIY tutorial by learning how to make a hanging Mason jar organizer!
Total Time 30 minutes

Equipment

  • Power Drill
  • level
  • Saw/Miter saw

Ingredients
  

  • Glass jars
  • Hose clamps
  • Screws
  • Wood

Instructions
 

  • Cut any piece of plywood or pallet wood to size.
  • Screw into the wall or surface.
  • Add a stainless steel hose clamp to each jar and trim the excess with a wire clipper.
  • Remove the hose clamps.
  •  Screw the hose clamp into the wood board.  
  • Set the jar into the hose clamp and tighten with a screw as needed. 
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