Celebrating National Mason Jar Day with Jarware

Did you know that according to the National Day Calendar, today is the first official National Mason Jar Day? And what better way to celebrate a holiday devoted to the handy canning jar than with a giveaway with Jarware!

Jarware is a company based right here in Pennsylvania that is devoted to creating an array of lids, wands, toppers, and accessories designed to make using and reusing your mason jars as intuitive and practical as possible. All the products are made from recycled, BPA-free, food-safe and dishwasher safe plastic.

The Jarware accessories break down into three categories. The first is the Bevware category, where you’ll find drink toppers, tea infusers, cocktail shakers, and fruit infusers. There’s also a Tea Time set that groups together everything you need to make and serve tea right out of your mason jars.

Next up are the Kitchenware accessories. These include snack cups, oil cruets, clip-on coffee spoons, honey dippers, citrus juicers, salt and pepper shakers, and spice lids.

Last up is the Storeware category. This is where you’ll find things like soap pumps, piggy banks, firefly kits, flower frogs, herb savers, tea light holders, and all sorts of novelty jelly and jam lids.

I think the thing I like best about the Jarware products is that they combine function and whimsy. They all serve a useful purposed, but do it with plenty of style and bright color. The piggy bank is also just cute.

Now, for the giveaway. One lucky winner will everything that Jarware makes (which, save the oil cruet and the snack cups, is everything pictured above). Your mason jars will be tricked out for years to come! Just use the widget below to enter for a chance to win.

And, for a second chance to win, make sure to head over to my Instagram account. I’m giving away a second prize pack there as well this week!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. The folks at Jarware have compensated me for my time and efforts. However, I only accept sponsored posts from businesses that jive with the mission of Food in Jars and Jarware is most decidedly in line with that mission. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are honest and entirely my own.

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148 Responses to Celebrating National Mason Jar Day with Jarware

  1. 101
    Al Lill says:

    I’d really like to try the oil cruet!

  2. 102
    Karen Jeanne says:

    Most practical for me would be either the herb saver or the spice lid… however I love the piggy bank most of all. Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. 103
    Amy L says:

    I could really use the Honey Dipper. We use a lot of honey, especially during the winter in hot tea. Thank you for the chance to win 🙂

  4. 104
    Kathy says:

    I think the honey dipper would be lovely! But the piggy bank sure is cute!

  5. 105
    Emilie Ritchie says:

    Anything storage related would go best in my house. Thanks for the chance.

  6. 106
    Carissa says:

    Not the most useful, but that piggy bank!!! I die.

    I’ve actually been wanting to get a shaker top for red pepper flakes since I buy all our herbs in bulk in mason jars. Here’s my solution!

  7. 107
    Michelle J. says:

    The piggy bank!

  8. 108
    Melissa says:

    The piggy bank would be great for loose change!

  9. 109
    Juliann Goldman says:

    Everything is so ingenious!

  10. 110
    Sandra says:

    Who would have thought there’d be so many ways to reuse jars – wow!

  11. 111
    Jan Hatchett says:

    I’d love the soap pump! What a great way to keep organized at the sink, plus being able to get a little soap without having to deal with a large drippy bottle. Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. 112
    Kayla Fender says:

    What an amazing company! Their products look amazing and I can’t wait to spread the word on this great company. We definitely need a piggy bank for my daughter, my sous chef, and the other items would get so much use in our kitchen and garden adventures!

  13. 113
    Sandy says:

    I like it all!

  14. 114
    Caroline says:

    All of them! But if I’d have to pick, it would be the soap pump (or citrus juicer).

  15. 115
    Ruth says:

    I love pigs, so, useful or not, the piggy bank would find a loving home with me! It is adorable!

  16. 116
    MaryEl says:

    The honey jar and citrus juicer would be particularly handy! But the piggy bank is a hoot!

  17. 117
    mandy says:

    The tea and fruit infusers are pretty neat. I’m sure I’d use them alot. And that piggy bank is def a hoot 🙂

  18. 118
    AnnieG says:

    Thank you for the giveaway.

  19. 119
    SarahM says:

    I could make many homes for the jam jar lids in my kitchen. I prefer to switch out the lids and rings once I pop my jars open, and these would help solve the missing label problem.

  20. 120
    Lori says:

    I’d love to try all the products. The piggy bank would be neat to give kids.

  21. 121
    Cindy H says:

    The infused.

  22. 122
    Lacey N says:

    Let’s be honest, the cocktail shaker would be the most useful

  23. 123
    Loretta says:

    That Tea time set! I really love the honey dipper!

  24. 124
    Heidi says:

    The cruet or the infusers would see the most action in our house! Thanks for the post!

  25. 125
    Natalie says:

    I’ve been really wanting one of those soap pumps!

  26. 126
    Allyson W says:

    Love it all!!!!!!

  27. 127
    Tiffany B says:

    I think the tea infusers would be AMAZING! Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  28. 128
    Linda Bragg says:

    Soap pumps would be great.

  29. 129
    Jenni Trimmer says:

    The coffee set, or possibly the honey dipper would be the most useful, BUT I love that piggy bank set sooooooooooo much!!!!

  30. 130
    Tracey Lackey says:

    The spice lids are actually in my cart at Amazon! I’ve transitioned most of my spices to bulk purchases and the spice lids would make my mason jars so much more efficient.

  31. 131
    Lindsay says:

    Right now the most useful would be the honey dipper. I have a 12 pound jar of honey that I need to scale down for daily use and a mason jar with a dipper would be perfect. I’m also interested in their tea kits too.

  32. 132
    Mary Davis says:

    I could use a pump for dish soap

  33. 133
    beth says:

    all the things are cute and useful – i especially like the scoop that clips around the neck of the jar.

  34. 134
    Elin says:

    I’d love to try out the honey dipper and the drink lids!

  35. 135
    Mary says:

    I love all the lids for storage!

  36. 136
    Elin says:

    I’d love to try out the honey dipper and the drink lids! The tea infuser looks pretty great too!

  37. 137
    Tamara says:

    The coffee one would go into immediate use. Also piggy bank in the laundry room

  38. 138
    Samantha says:

    Either the honey dripper or the soap pumps. But I am really impressed overall by the range of products they offer!

  39. 139
    Héctor González Hernández says:

    Lovely items. Thank you for the giveaway!

  40. 140
    Maggie says:

    I love so many. These are such creative solutions. I would use the piggie bank for my daughter!

  41. 141
    Victoria says:

    I love that there are categories, not just 1 or two items. I’m a sucker for jar storage, so any of the storage accessories are super cool.

  42. 142
    Faith Elliott says:

    I am so glad that you are sharing about this company. I never knew that they existed. Love their stuff.

  43. 143
    Margaret says:

    The piggy bank

  44. 144
    Robin says:

    All of these look so great, thanks for the chance!

  45. 145
    Angela says:

    It would be handy to have the shaker spice lids on my spices and not have to fumble with two piece ones.

  46. 146
    Devon says:

    There are so many creative choices, it’s hard to pick just one. The oil cruet and spice lids are at the top of my list.

  47. 147
    Liz says:

    I’ve actually looked at the oil cruet, juicer, and honey wand before, definitely at the top of the list for me.

  48. 148
    Carolyn S says:

    I’m not sure I can technically say it would be the most useful, but I think the piggy bank is awesome. And maybe seeing the coins filling the jar up would encourage my son to save up his money.

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