Welcome! I’m so happy to see you here. At my space. My place …
… the place to be. If I do say so myself! 😉
This is the place where the mason jar is the star! Center stage. In the limelight. Ready for its close-up. And chased down the streets by the paparazzi …
This is the place to celebrate the versatility of the mason jar. We cook in them. We drink from them. We craft with them. We use them in weddings. We collect vintage versions of them. We light up the night with them. We decorate homes with them. They’re not just for canning anymore …
This is the place for mason jar ideas. Mason jar innovation. Mason jar inspiration. And a place for you to share your mason jar stories and creations …
send me an email at email@example.com if you would like to submit a mason jar project.
This is the place for mason jar lovers to unite!
And this is the place where I should enthrall you with a heart-warming tale of fond memories of mason jars in my youth. Canning alongside my mom and my mom’s mom. But, alas, my love affair with the mason jar is a new development. Fresh. Much like the fruits and veggies preserved in them. You could say the mason jar and I are still in the courtship stage …
So I hope you join me as the mason jar and I get to know each other a little better. Who knows, we might be announcing our engagement any day now!
And you can say you were at the place where it all started …
P.S. This is me …
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