!Giveaway! 6 American Heritage Vintage-Style Ball Jars

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122 Responses

  1. WOW,my memory brings me back to seeing beautiful blue ball jars in my grandmothers cabinet filled with canned tomatoes,beets ,beans ,corn and sweet pickles.Thinking I could fill these jars with the beautiful colorful food just as she did.

  2. I would use the jars to make my first batch of fermented sauerkraut. I don’t have any real canning jars yet so this would be great!

  3. These are so pretty, I would use them for my morning smoothie, for homemade kefir and kombucha and fresh picked wildflowers.

  4. I love Ball Jars! This would be so awesome. I would use them to storing all of my homemade stuff, especially the stuff that is currently in old plastic bottles, like homemade mayonnaise and dishwasher detergent.

  5. I have lots of chicken heads in my freezer waiting to be used for bone broth. These would be perfect!

  6. I would can fresh veggies from my garden to send to my daughter and grandson! Trying to get them to go all organic 🙂

  7. I have recently started experimenting with fermentation, so I would definitely use these jars for sauerkraut, pickles, and coleslaw. 🙂

  8. Started our first garden and we are hoping to put the big canner pot my MIL bought me to good use! These pretty jars would be perfect!

  9. I have been wanting to try making cultured applesauce, and I think it would look fabulous in these jars!!! 🙂

  10. I just bought a new house and would love to display these in my new yellow kitchen….not quite sure what I will put in them but probably flowers from my yard 🙂

  11. I would love to use them as the centerpieces for our wedding in June. After that, SALADS! I love to pre-make salads in jars.

  12. So want these jars! Would be perfect for to go meals to help me shed some pounds for the summer and save money

  13. These jars are exactly what I need to jump start my dry storage of goods from the bulk section at the grocery store! 🙂

  14. I love these jars! They remind me of ones my mother used, way back when. So nice to see this old color being revitalized! What can’t you do with a pretty blue mason jar? Cold summer drinks, homemade yogurt parfaits, layered salads for a picnic? I could go on and on……

  15. These are so pretty! I would probably use them for decoration around the house and keep using my clear jars for canning.

  16. They’d be perfect for all of the canning we do, but honestly they’re too beautiful and I might have to find uses around the house for them so I can show them off!

  17. I would store seeds, beans, etc and display on a shelf. I’d also put a couple empty ones on the window sill – so pretty to see the light coming through them.

  18. would love to store homemade items in them such as pickles, jelly, shampoo, toothpaste o the possibilities!

  19. My bathroom is decorated in blues. I would love to fill these with bath salts, cotton balls, etc. They would look oh so very pretty. Yay!

  20. I can see all of my deliciously fresh garden going into these, my fermented veggies, my homemade tinctures…oh the possibilites are endless!!

  21. NOTHING, just look at them,they are so pretty empty BUT I probably would make homemade sauced and condiments in them. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  22. These are gorgeous, and from ferments to floral arrangements, I can think of any number of ways to use them! Thanks for an opportunity to enter!

  23. LOVE these, they are so pretty. We use them to freeze big servings of bone broth and canning all those wonderful summer veggies 🙂

  24. i can def use them for homemade salsa, my homemade bath salts, my homemade fruit juices etc…!

  25. so like the antique ones!..I’d use them for decorative items and storage plus all the other stuff you do with canning jars in my old house…sauerkraut, kombucha, etc!!..

  26. Hoping to fill these with some fermented food to start the GAPS diet with my daughter…these are just beautiful…and blue is her favorite color!

  27. I would love to fill them with herb infused oils to make healing salves and creams, body butters and hand made soaps.

  28. I already receive your newsletter “20 something allergies” – are there others?
    I would use the beautiful blue jars to preserve – maybe some green tomatoes from my garden!

  29. I LOVE these jars! I would use them in a variety of ways, but most of all as drinking glasses (so I can add my YL oils) all day, every day. Thank u so much!

  30. I would love these blue jars! They make me think of all the pretty depression glass items my grammy has in her kitchen.
    Like you said, there are tons of things you could do with these! What I would do is: pickle veggies from my garden, store seeds/nuts/homemade trail mix (especially raw pumpkin seeds which are my favorite!), homemade tomato sauce (my Italian mother has taught me well), as well as can summer heirloom tomatoes (this year from the garden), AND I’ve always wanted to make my own sprouts and sprouted beans so having these pretty jars will definitely make that happen.

  31. I love the blue color of the jars, and there are so many things you could make and put into them. Kids and I are looking into fermenting foods and jars such as this would be a great addition to what little supplies we have at the moment to get started. Thank you for the opportunity to add to our supplies.

  32. I just got a canning kit for Christmas and I can’t wait to get started. The first thing I’d want to can is salsa. 🙂
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  33. If I win these, I will find something at my farmer’s market to give my first canning experience a shot!

  34. My favorite color! and I like the silver lids. I would use for dried beans, quinoa, oat bran, and shredded coconut etc.

  35. I’m so excited the Ball Co. is bringing back their blue glass jars! I broke the last one my grandmother had given me–should have saved it, but she believed THINGS are to be used, and PEOPLE are to be loved. I am learning so much from your site, thank you!

  36. I’d use them for storage for a variety of things – in the kitchen, bathroom, etc. They’d look great with some fresh flowers! Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. As I am slowly switching everything to glass (versus plastics), I can imagine using these beautiful jars for many purposes…canning yummy foods and condiments, storing kitchen items, etc. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  38. I’d love to use these for my many canning endeavors…. most specifically homemade canned spaghetti sauce with carrots, and inbetween they’d make beautiful vases for fresh-cut wildflowers.

  39. I would use them for my detox bath ingredients and store on my bathroom counter (they are the perfect color to go with my decor) or use them to pickle my cucumbers – YUM! Thank you for a wonderful and useful website – I have been following your postings and newsletters and find them very informative.

  40. Honestly, although I would say I would can with those jars, the turn of the matter is they would be my favorite drinking glasses, travel mugs, and sippy cups. They are so pretty. I would carry mine with an orangish red cozy over it to work.

  41. I want to fill them with scented espom salts for bath salt gifts for hard working moms on Mother’s Day!

  42. These are such beautiful jars. I use them for everything from preserving and storing food to storing my diy cleaners. I’ve also seen lights made out of them that were gorgeous!

  43. I would want to see them daily, so I would use some for art supplies, and some for my curried lentils. So pretty!

  44. Gorgeous! Everything from flowers, to use in an online herbal class I’m starting in may!

  45. Hi! I am new follower and I love your informative posts! 🙂 I love mason jars and these are by-far the best-looking ones. I would love to win. 🙂

  46. I want to fill at least one jar with some of the gorgeous flowers blooming outside, and the rest with lovely ferments! Thank you!

  47. I’d use them for numerous things but fermenting veggies, canning my garden tomatoes, and storing food are top on the list!

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