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. 851
    Terresa D. says:

    I’d use them for my morning coffee but they’d eventually make it into the canning rotation.

  2. 852
    Angela Martin says:

    love to can summer fruit in these

  3. 853
    Perry says:

    Perfect for our bread and butter pickles!

  4. 854
    Teri Anthony says:

    Green beans of course!

  5. 855
    Amanda Pritchard says:

    I am really hoping to can lots of green beans and peas this year. Not to forget the fermenting that I want to do. I am expecting a baby, I’m 9 weeks pregnant, at the end of August and winning these jars would help my baby expenses as I would have more money to buy diapers instead of having to decide if the baby goes diaperless o.O so I can buy canning jars. LOL Just Kidding …. well mostly about the diaperless baby.
    Thank you so much! :D

  6. 856
    Melissa says:

    I’d use them to can some jam for Christmas presents.

  7. 857
    Allison petty says:

    I have a large family, so I would can foods from my garden this year!

  8. 858
    debbie m says:

    definatly use them for pickles

  9. 859
    Alice says:

    I store a lot of my food in jars, cereal, rice, pasta, etc…. Would love to have these sitting on my counter with my food stored in them.

  10. 860
    ~Kim says:

    Nice! Love that green color! I’d use them when I make my sweet pickles!!

  11. 861
    Kim Kajdas says:

    I’d love to make sconces for my deck.
    Put sand, pebbles & a candle inside.
    Mount the jars on rustic pieces of wood
    & hang outside.

  12. 862
    Erin says:

    So pretty! Drinking glasses for sure!

  13. 863
    Lacey says:

    Can my caribou!

  14. 864
    Marcie Yon says:

    I’d love to put my green beans or vegetable soup in the green jars

  15. 865
    Janet R says:

    The green jars are so pretty! I’ll probably use them for my herbal vinegars and infused olive oils!

  16. 866
    Lisa says:

    I would us them for my 1st round of canning…..EVER!! I’ve gotten intested in this, lately, and would love to be able to say these were the 1st jars I ever used!! :)

  17. 867
    Liz says:

    While I think these would make the loveliest vases, I think I’d put something mostly translucent and preferably pink in them – maybe peaches in syrup!

  18. 868
    Diane B. says:

    I LOVE green! I am going to try and make bread n butter zucchini pickles. I would ise some for iced tea too! Thank you for a chance to win.

  19. 869
    Kimberly C. says:

    I would have my girl scout troop learn the fine art of canning with the produce that will come out of this years garden. Inspiring future canners to be pantry sustainable.

  20. 870
    Betty Nicholson says:

    I love, love these! I’d use them for all my canning! :)

  21. 871
    Brittany says:

    To can of course!! Loving the green :)

  22. 872
    Kim Prowell says:

    I would love to have these for my dry bean stash!

  23. 873
    JES says:

    I would use them to store my chia and flax seeds, etc., on my kitchen shelves so I can stare at them all day :)

  24. 874
    Jacquie Glass says:

    Starting a community garden on the campus of the university I attend. Can’t wait to can all kinds of vegetables .

  25. 875
    DeAnna says:

    I just received everything I’ll need for canning as a Christmas present…except jars. I’m so excited to get started and learn. I’m picturing beautiful pears in those vintage style green jars!

  26. 876
    Charlene Boyer says:

    Want to start canning again. Haven’t for years since the kids are all grown. Love the green color of these Ball canning jars…and an entire box!?! WOW!

  27. 877
    Janet says:

    I would use this fresh color to store grains and seeds in my kitchen.

  28. 878
    Samantha Tierney says:

    I would use them to continue canning all the fresh veggies, sauces and fruit I have been growing.

  29. 879
    Linda Boatright says:

    I would use them for Green Tomato Salsa and canned Jalapeno’s

  30. 880
    barbara says:

    I’d turn one into a lamp cover:)

  31. 881
    Connie Anderson says:

    This year will be my first year to can. Money is very tight so this would help tremendously. I plan to can tomatoes, green beans, okra, vegetable soup, and fruits for sure.

  32. 882
    Amy says:

    Oh the possibilities – Of course I would have to use them for canning but I think they would find their way into a button holder, vase, etc…at least one should be on display

  33. 883
    Joy H says:

    I would use them for Iced tea and vases

  34. 884
    Lana Johnson says:

    Well I promised a certain someone (my hubby) if I learned how to can I’d put up some bread and butter pickles for him. I gotta make good on my promise.

  35. 885
    Nessa says:

    I would use them for not only food storage, but crafts as well. They are so gorgeous that I would be making gifts for people such as; candles, fill with candies, tea, coffee, etc…Tying a ribbon around the rim or decorative cloth under the lid and it’s a perfect homemade gift for friends and family.

  36. 886
    Amanda says:

    I would use them for picking and canning fruit!

  37. 887
    Tammy says:

    I would use them to store grains, flours, pasta and spices in exchange for the clear ones I currently use. I think it would be a lovely addition in the kitchen.

  38. 888
    Gaylyn Henninger says:

    Bread and Butter pickles would look terrific in these green jars! Thanks for the give-away!

  39. 889
    Diane says:

    Drinking glasses, storage containers for dry goods, and vases! Love the green!

  40. 890
    Julie M. says:

    I would use these jars for drinks at my daughters birthday party. I have the blue ones already and the two colors would look wonderful together for her under the sea themed party!

  41. 891
    Chrissy says:

    Oh, how lovely! I’d use one for a vase, one for sand and seashells and a votive candle, and the rest for fun storage or gifts.

  42. 892

    I would use them for jellies….this will be the first year I will be canning that….cannot wait….thank you

  43. 893
    Kristen says:

    Love these! I just had a horrible jar episode which resulted in a lot of broken canning jars, so these would be fabulous replacements. I use them for everything from lunch containers to drinking glasses to putting up pickles.

  44. 894
    Holly says:

    These are beautiful! They’d probably start off used for dry good/ baking supplies storage. But I bet they’d all slowly end up with all the drinking glasses :)

  45. 895
    Cara Dube says:

    I would save for my next honey harvest!!!

  46. 896
    Margie Coesens says:

    I can see using them as cute vases and as containers for various items such as buttons and paper clips.

  47. 897
    Sharon Scheel says:

    Oh, I can’t believe I missed out on the blue jars!
    I would use these pretty green ones as vases for dandelions.

  48. 898
    Lynn says:

    I’d use them for canning but think they’d be really pretty as a vase for zinnias too!

  49. 899
    Ruth Ann says:

    Would love to jar tomatoes and veggies for the wintertime!

  50. 900
    Lindsay says:

    I like to use the blue ones as flower vases, so I’ll probably use the green ones like that too.

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