Daisy-cut Mason Jar Lids

This just in at Ceferina Sweet!

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Our newest addition to the shop is the Daisy-cut mason jar lid. Available in pewter and gold, these lids fit your standard mason jars.  Perfect if you’re planning on serving your drinks in them at your party. The center hole is a snug 1/4″ and the largest part of the daisy cut is a loose 1/4″ diameter which makes these little gems perfect for your paper straws to fit right in them.

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“So, what’s this mason jar craze all about,” I asked myself. Well… a little history report (courtesy of good ol’ Wikipedia) about the classic mason jar is that it was first invented and patented in 1858 by Philadelphia tinsmith John Landis Mason. As we all know, its original use and function was for canning and preserving fruit. They were made in various shapes, colors, and sizes well into the 90’s and even to present day.  So, you can imagine original mason jars being sought-after by antique collectors and the price some people will pay based on its age, rarity, and condition.

It’s no wonder having mason jars at your event just adds such a lovely vintage feel.  And oh the many wonders you can do with them!

I love this idea by i heart naptime (below).  To read more about her DIY Ribbon and Lace Mason jars, click here.

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(above: Scrumptious Swirls)

More cute mason jar ideas…

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(followpics, indulgy, The Event Firm)

The creativity is endless with these mason jars and daisy-cut lids!  Check back for a NEW mason jar surprise coming to the shop soon!

To snag some daisy-cut mason jar lids for your event, click here.

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