Giveaway: Silicone Sleeves from Mason Jar Lifestyle

Mason jars serve play many roles in my life. Of course, I use them for canning. But I also put them to work holding pantry staples, vinaigrettes and sauces, leftovers, and a wide array of drinks. I often brew loose leaf tea in a quart jar and when the weather gets warmer, a Pint & Half jar filled with ice coffee is my vessel and beverage of choice.

The one problem with using mason jars as drinking glass/travel mug is the breakability factor. Happily, thanks to the folks at Mason Jar Lifestyle, I now have a collection of silicone sleeve for every size jar possible. They help cushion my jars, they serve as a heatproof barrier when I fill a jar with coffee or tea, and they prevent the jars from sweating when I use them for cold drinks. All in all, it’s a really awesome accessory.

Mason Jar Lifestyle make silicone sleeves that fit quarter pints (so adorable!), wide mouth half pints (these are great for those times when you use your jars to pack snacks), regular mouth half pints, pint jars (both regular and wide mouth), my beloved Pint & Half jars, and even for quart jars. They also come in an array of fun colors.

All the larger sleeves have small holes in the bottom, to make it easier to slide the sleeves on and off the jars (the little ones don’t, but they’re still pretty easy to put on and then remove for cleaning). My sister has a stash of these sleeves that she keeps on a set of regular mouth half pints for her kids, and she leaves them on the jars and runs them through the dishwasher with the sleeves in place.

I like to pair these silicone sleeves with a drink topper and a glass straw when I’m sitting at my desk, to prevent messes and potential spills.

This week, I’m giving away two full sets of silicone sleeves here on the blog and another set over on Instagram. Make sure to enter in both places to increase your chances of winning!

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141 Responses to Giveaway: Silicone Sleeves from Mason Jar Lifestyle

  1. 51
    Katie says:

    I would use the wide mouth pint the most, followed by the quart.

  2. 52
    Jessica HZ says:

    half pint and pint would be most useful,

  3. 53
    Kate says:

    I’d like some regular-mouth half-pint sleeves so I could use those as drink cups for visiting kids!

  4. 54
    Jane says:

    I use mason jars (half pint and pint size) regularly for drinking so these would be really useful to prevent breakage!

  5. 55
    Sue D says:

    The pint size would be most useful to me.

  6. 56
    Tami says:

    We use pint size jars for drinks.

  7. 57
    Heather Ryall-Korekiyo says:

    The quarter pint is adorable! I would use it to keep a snack or condiment like kimchi.

  8. 58
    Stef DeMott says:

    That would be perfect for the jar I use as a travel coffee mug!

  9. 59
    Kristie Hammond says:

    These look perfect! Thanks for the give-away!

  10. 60
    Brooke W. says:

    In our household, it would the pint or the pint & a half jars, regular mouth. These are great!

  11. 61
    Michelle says:

    Pint and a half! I use them for water to make sure I drink enough each day. So cute.

  12. 62
    THG says:

    The quarter or wide-mouth half pint sleeves would be a bit of a life-saver… Thanks for the post!

  13. 63
    Paula says:

    Definitely the quart size, I use several of them daily!

  14. 64
    Lana says:

    I would use the wide mouth pint the most. SO exited about these!

  15. 65
    Deb says:

    Sounds fun

  16. 66
    Annie says:

    Most of my jars are half-pint jelly jars and pint, but I also recently got pint and a half. I think the most useful would be for the regular pint jars. I have the straw caps and lids for regular mouth. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  17. 67
    Megan says:

    I would probably use the pint size most. But the tiny ones are adorable!

  18. 68
    Maneesha Pradhan says:

    Sending curry and sauces to my daughter.

  19. 69

    pint sized sleeve would be used most but the pint and half would be wonderful when its iced tea time

  20. 70
    Kaitlin says:

    I’d probably use the pint most often but they all would be pretty handy!

  21. 71
    Ally says:

    The pint and a half would always be in rotation!

  22. 72
    Marianna says:

    Any size looks handy, but pint size would get the most use around here

  23. 73
    Dawn says:

    I would use the wide mouth pint or the quart pint sleeves the most.

  24. 74
    Jo B says:

    Wide mouth pint, but I would be able to use any size. I have glass jars everywhere!

  25. 75
    Lisa from Iroquois says:

    A brilliant idea! Somebody is paying attention to the new ways that mason jars are being used.

  26. 76
    dianne says:

    the wide mouth pints get the most use in our house but we have all sizes!

  27. 77
    Liz says:

    I definitely use the wide mouth pint most often for packing lunches, although the wide mouth half pint is also wonderful.

  28. 78
    Thais Carr says:

    Pint jars are my go-to for drinks. Seems like it might provide a small amount of insulation but be huge like the can cozies.

  29. 79
    Karen J. says:

    I think it would be a tie between the regular mouth pint and the wide mouth pint. I tend not to use the wide mouth as a drinking glass because it slips in my hand too easily but the sleeve would solve that problem. Awesome idea!

  30. 80
    Ron says:

    I’m sure I’d find a use for them all.

  31. 81
    Katherine says:

    Small mouth pint, more than likely! I have the most of that jar!

  32. 82
    Tracey says:

    OH!!! I would LOVE these! I think the majority of my jars are pint. They are too small for drinking but maybe I can use them for yogurt for my youngest. I haven’t bought any of the pint and a half jars yet but this can be my incentive. 🙂

  33. 83
    Naomi says:

    Definitely the quart size. Instead of that super expensive glass water bottle people are buying, I just use a quart mason jar with a drinking lid. I take two to work everyday and they jangle about. Silicone sleeves would be great.

  34. 84
    Meaghan says:

    This would be great for hot liquids, small hands, and all of my clumsy friends! 🙂

  35. 85
    Andrea says:

    These are cute and so practical. I would have no trouble whatsoever to use them all !

  36. 86
    Virginia H Friedman says:

    The silicone cover’s are a great idea and perfect for clumsy me and my wife mouth pint jar. Although, I would gladly accept any cover that you would give me.
    I have tons of Mason Jars inherited from my sister in law.

  37. 87
    Tricia says:

    The wide mouth guart…..

  38. 88
    Patricia R. says:

    The regular mouth pint jar would be perfect as we use the blue jars for adult beverages. They are pretty and fun.

  39. 89
    Mary says:

    We use lots of jars in lunches, I like the wide mouth 1/2 pint jar the best.

  40. 90
    Melissa Roberts says:

    Omg here are awesome!! I would use the half pint wide mouth the most!! So fun!!

  41. 91
    Rachel says:

    Regular or wide mouth pints would be the most useful in our household!

  42. 92
    Sandy Massey says:

    The regular mouth pints. We use that size for drinking glasses.

  43. 93
    Pete says:

    Pints and quarts for us. Yep, these sleeves are now on top of the “must have” list.

  44. 94
    Linda says:

    Wide mouth

  45. 95
    kate says:

    Pints and half pints here.

  46. 96
    Ted says:

    These are so cool! I didn’t even know I needed them until I saw them. Pint and quarts are the ones we use most frequently for drinking from…thanks for the chance to win.

  47. 97
    Julie says:

    I’m always afraid of serving out of quart jars when guests are around. They can get slippery when wet. That would get the most use.

  48. 98
    Marsha says:

    Wide mouth pint

  49. 99
    Lauren E says:

    I would definitely use the pint sleeve the most – iced coffee in the summer and leftover soup in the winter!

  50. 100
    tricia says:

    I would use the quart size most! Thee smaller ones would be great for my girls lunch bag! A little extra cushion. Perfect!

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