Mason jars are excellent for starting a witch bottle, no matter the size. Throw in a few bent nails, staples, tangled fishing line, vinegar and whatnot, carefully seal the lid with candle wax and bury near your home for protection.
Place medium-sized mason jars near a window, fill with soil and use as indoor planters for magickal herbs.
Put a twist on the classic “Recipe in a Jar” by layering the dry ingredients of either a magickal recipe such as biscuits for grounding yourself after magickal work, or an actual spell and attaching the full recipe and instructions with a piece of ribbon. Be sure to clearly label the jar so you know what the contents are for!
Place tealight or votive candles in small mason jars to protect yourself from the flames during rituals and to keep candles from blowing out. Tie a seasonal-colored ribbon around the neck for a touch of decoration.
Add height and interest to your altar by creating a small shelf out of a wooden plank and two boxes of equal height covered in fabric to arrange mason jars of various sizes and shapes on. Use the jars to organize supplies like extra tealights, runes, dried herbs or other ingredients such as besom bristles or moonwater. Mason jars also make lovely vases for seasonal floral arrangements to bring a bit of life and nature to your table.
Use your mason jars to create a crystal terrarium! The same as an indoor planter, fill the jar with soil or sand and set your crystals inside. It really does look lovely.
Christmas ornaments are always fun to make so why not give one of these DIY Christmas Ornaments Glittery Snowball a try! They are super cute snowballs minus the snow itself. The only supplies you will need for this project is string, glue and some balloons. All you need to do is blow up the balloons, tie the string around the balloons, and put them into liquid glue. Once the glue has completely solidified, pop the balloon and take it out from inside the string. Then you start the really fun part which is adding colors, glitter to make them shine. You will love this craft idea I promise!