Giveaway: New Ball Heritage Collection Green Jars

green heritage jars

As you might remember, Ball released a line of limited edition blue glass pint jars last year. It was a fun throwback to canning jars of yore and I enjoyed using them throughout the 2013 canning season (though I will confess, they do make my peaches look a bit little sickly).

This year, Ball is continuing the special edition trend with a limited release of green jars. These jars will be available in both regular mouth pint jars and wide mouth quarts, which is particularly exciting for those of who like to use wide mouth quart jars as drinking glasses (I’ll actually have more about my habit of drinking out of wide mouth quarts later this week). Just like the blue jars, they will be making a finite number, so if you fall in love with this particular look, make sure to stock up sooner rather than later.

green heritage jars in situ

Typically, I don’t like to write about new jars and products without having had a chance to experience them personally, but we had a little shipping snafu and the jars that were coming to me got a bit delayed. However, I promised a good giveaway this week and so made an exception. When I do get these jars into my hot little hands, I’ll be posting a follow-up post and some photos, so that you can get a better idea of what they look like in the real world.

Fillmore Container recently published a post on their blog about these new jars and they have a couple of additional images if you’re interested. They’ll also be taking online orders for them soon.

Now, here’s the giveaway scoop. The nice folks at Ball have given me 10 cases of the green pint jars to give away to 10 lucky winners (each winner will receive one case, which contains 6 jars). Here’s how to enter:

  1. Leave a comment on this post and share how you’d use these new jars in your home.
  2. Comments will close at 12 noon on Sunday, February 2, 2014. Winners will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog later that day.
  3. Giveaway open to US residents only (so sorry, my further-flung readers).
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post.

Disclosure: The jars for this giveaway have been provided by the manufacturer at no cost to me. However, my opinions remain entirely my own. 

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2,936 Responses to Giveaway: New Ball Heritage Collection Green Jars

  1. 501
    Heather says:

    I would can up some pretty green beans or beets in these jars.

  2. 502
    Amanda Weavil says:

    I am making a chandalier out of mason jars this would be so neat to have.

  3. 503
    Connie says:

    I will use these beautiful jars to infuse my herbs/oils; the color will keep them from getting direct sunlight:) I can never have enough Mason Jars:)

  4. 504
    Cassie Abendroth says:

    Jellies and jams, salsas, ketchup, spicy pickles.. The possibilities are ENDLESS!! Ooooo… Lotions and tonics.. Homemade extracts.. My mind is reeling with ideas now!

  5. 505
    Donna says:

    Would love to put my dill pickles in these jars or use them as pretty food storage jars!

  6. 506
    KAREN says:

    We live in the woods. As you may know it is very hard to grow a garden with little sun, but we have, by trial and error, learned what works best in the garden and also what works best on the deck in any container we can plant in that we can locate into a sunny location. Thankfully, even being a city girl, my grandmother taught me well, and I have taken to making the most of our crop. We Can what we sow, using it for our family or giving it to friends that don’t know how to Can. I have seen the green before at my grandparents, and I would love to have them now.

  7. 507
    Coco says:

    Salsa and blackberry jam from Grandpa’s garden fresh fruits and veggies! Yummo. That would make this preggy mama very happy :)

  8. 508
    Carla says:

    Salsas and green chile sauce!!

  9. 509
    Maryanne says:

    Strore all grains, beans and rice. Hoping to start pickling and fermenting this year. Great for that as well

  10. 510
    Rachel says:

    Drinking glasses … Dry goods storage … Kombucha bottles…!

  11. 511
    Melissa says:

    I would use half as candleholders to go with the vintage blue jars I already have in my beachy-themed sunroom. The other half I’ll use to can either pickles or beans, which would look wonderful in these jars.

  12. 512
    Melissa Schemenauer says:

    Oh for sure I’d use them for canning! We’re planting our first garden this year and there’s going to be a LOT of canning! Lol I’m so excited to get started!!

  13. 513
    Sara lundquist says:

    I would love to can pickles or a relish in these beautiful jars.

  14. 514
    Abi Baker says:

    They’d look nice with pickles in them, but I’d probably mostly enjoy drinking out of them, or other non-canning uses. Most of the foods I can wouldn’t look good with a green tinge, but they’d be lovely on the table.

  15. 515
    Robbie says:

    Oh man! I would use these to can my ghost chiles, and to make spicy pickles! YUM

  16. 516
    Jhesi Boyer says:

    I would use these as vases for my fall farm wedding so I can keep my clear jars full of my garden bounty! Then, I’d probably just use them to can more :)

  17. 517
    Jean K says:

    I would love to have some of these jars. I would use them to make oil candles. I would drill a hole in the top and put in a fiber glass wick with olive oil. I would give as gifts to friends for birthdays.
    I would also use them to store some of my button collection I received from my darling Mom. she is no longer with me but I have her buttons. I remember different pieces of clothing with some of the buttons. Please pick me. I would love to have some of these jars.
    God bless.

  18. 518
    Don Stillwell says:

    My wife and I would use these for food storage from our garden. Maybe pickles, relish, salsa, apple pie filling or whatever else we may need to harvest/can.

  19. 519
    Marketgirl says:

    I’m going to hoard them!!!

  20. 520
    Karla says:

    These would be lovely for pickled fennel.

  21. 521
    Carrie says:

    I’m working on a stuffed pickled pepper- multi colored cherry peppers! They would look great in the green jars!

  22. 522
    Janice says:

    Perfect for our homemade relish!

  23. 523
    Daniel Williams says:

    I would probably use some as drinking glasses, as green is the wife’s favorite color. Then we would use the rest for our normal canning needs!

  24. 524
    Erin R. says:

    Oh, I have to think what kind of jam I want to make this year. Definitely jam.

  25. 525
    Val says:

    I would use these for canning pickles, dilly beans and jalapenos. They are beautiful. ;-)

  26. 526
    Cayci says:

    I plan to use them for decorations and to store dry powder laundry soap.

  27. 527
    Denae says:

    These jars are almost too pretty to use for canning! I may want to use them as hanging lamps or beautiful candle holders.

  28. 528
    Daphne Paulk says:

    I would do a 3 bean salad in them.

  29. 529
    Kristina says:

    Holy moly frijoles! I would love love love some of these! What would I do with them?? I would make some pickles and possibly some relish. Or perhaps whatever happens to be ready for canning when I run out of jars and I am forces to use these. Yes, please!!

  30. 530
    Erin S says:

    Sauerkraut!

  31. 531
    Mandy V says:

    The green jars are gorgeous, would love to put some lemony pickled cauliflower in them!

  32. 532
    Ann says:

    Well, the blue jars from last year got cherry pie filling, so this year another kind of pie filling. Apple, perhaps.

  33. 533
    Ben Kullerd says:

    I’ve been waiting for spring to roll around to make my first-ever batch of pickles! These would be perfect!

  34. 534
    Sarah says:

    These are lovely! I would love to do some traditional cuke pickles i n them and I bet it would really make the color pop!!

  35. 535
    Pauletta M says:

    My Granddaughter’s favorite color is green. I will use these green jars to start canning again.

  36. 536
    Angela says:

    I would totally use these for lacto fermentation!!

  37. 537
    Melanie Binkley says:

    Tonight I just found this little mason jar topper wire thing that would make it super sime to do floral arrangements and I think the green would be awesome!

    And of course drinking jars, jars of good fats, jars of bone broth, jars of screws etc.
    And of course put up my food!

  38. 538
    Lo says:

    They’re so lovely! I’d definitely use them for canning… Probably for gifts. And a harbor two for storage or displaying spring tulips :)

  39. 539
    Jess says:

    These are beautiful. Is kill for them to put out a set of colored pint and halfs! I’ll use these for canning, cases and water jars. :)

  40. 540
    Elise says:

    They would be lovely with some peaches or some apple pie filling!

  41. 541
    Schatzy says:

    I’d use them for Salsa!

  42. 542
    Rebecca says:

    My son has several food allergies. I would love to be able to can some of his
    Favorite foods from our garden, like corn, strawberries and pickles. These special jars would make him feel special too!!!!

  43. 543
    Trish says:

    Love glass canning jars! We use for drinking glasses, canning, measuring cups, dry storage, flower vases, the list goes on and on!

  44. 544
    Melodie says:

    The jars look so beautiful! They may end up as glasses!!! If not glasses then they will hold pickled asparagus.

  45. 545
    Paula Brackett says:

    I use these for my pickles. They will look to good to eat! Love the color

  46. 546
    Barb Seeley says:

    Id use them for my rattlesnake beans. I think the purple striped beans would look nice inside.

  47. 547
    angie says:

    I cannot wait to get my pickled veggies in these. The blues felt more like “fruit” jars. These are definitely for veggies :)

  48. 548
    kayla says:

    Pickles all i can think is pickles and maybe flower arrangments never did have luck with growing flowers tho

  49. 549
    Tina Mintz says:

    I would love to win these jars. I have never won anything. So this would be amazing. I also would give them a good forever home. I think they would look great with green beans or pickles in them!! Good luck to all…

  50. 550
    Joyce V. says:

    I would use them for many things… canning, storing leftovers, drinking from, storing homemade syrups or jams in. They would be put to good use around here! With our expanded garden this year, we’re going to need all the jars we can get!

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