Giveaway: Decorative Lids from Mason Jar Lifestyle

An assortment of decorative lids from Mason Jar Lifestyle

In my household, mason jars are our default vessels. Canning is certainly one of their primary uses, but we also employ them for storing leftovers, corralling LEGO collections, stashing office supplies, arranging flowers, and displaying rocks gathered on vacation. They are truly all-purpose containers.

Decorative lid with grab handle from Mason Jar Lifestyle

One issue that I’ve run into in the past when using mason jars for all manner of things is that sometimes, you get weird olfactory cross-contamination when it comes to the lids (ask me what happens when you store Q-Tips under a lid that once protected pickles).

Assortment of decorative grab handle lids

To keep this weirdness at bay, I’ve got a small assortment of decorative lids from Mason Jar Lifestyle that are not designed for food use. This means I keep them expressly for all the other things that I stash in jars, thus keeping the cotton balls free of relish memories and ready to serve another day. They also can fit over the flat lids on most jars, if you want to use them to dress up jars you’re giving as gifts.

Decorative flower frog jar lids from Mason Jar Lifestyle

If you find yourself in the market for decorative lids, I highly recommend checking out the assortment that Mason Jar Lifestyle sells. They’ve got everything from lids with vintage styling (galvanized or oil-rubbed), lids with handles (you can tuck a flat canning lid into these if you are desperate to use them in your pantry), flower frogs, and so much more.

Decorative lid with grab handle from Mason Jar Lifestyle

This week, I’m giving away two sets of decorative lids (winners get to choose an assortment of eight lids) 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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Disclosure: Mason Jar Lifestyle is a Food in Jars partner and this giveaway is a component of our partnership. Their continued sponsorship helps keep this blog afloat. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this blog post are entirely my own.

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96 Responses to Giveaway: Decorative Lids from Mason Jar Lifestyle

  1. 51
    Mary Little says:

    Lemme in pleeeez- they are beautiful!

  2. 52
    Linda says:

    Cute storage for my buttons, flowers, gifts!

  3. 53
    Jennifer McLean says:

    I love these lids! It would be awesome to have them on the counter for coffee etc. Easier to open too.

  4. 54
    Patti S says:

    They look so fun. I think I could use a couple in my pantry to help dress it up. The ones that hold flowers would also be fun to try. Thanks for having these giveaways.

  5. 55
    Alea says:

    These look great. I’d love the flower frog! Checking out their website now. . .

  6. 56
    Lynn says:

    Over the flat lids on the dried beans in jars on the baker’s rack! They would look adorable ; )

  7. 57
    Lynn says:

    I’d use them for the food storage jars that are kind of on display. Space is limited and if I have to look at something these lids would make it a lot more fun to see!

  8. 58
    Kim says:

    Love the flower frogs!

  9. 59
    Karen Jeanne says:

    I like the idea of using jars for flower vases, so I’d love to have the flower frogs. thanks for the giveaway!

  10. 60
    Jennifer says:

    I’d use them for so many things!! Flowers, storage, gifts…. you name it!! Thank you.

  11. 61
    Mel says:

    I think they would look nice in the bathroom.

  12. 62
    Angela Saver says:

    I would use these for my pantry and coffee bar area! Thanks for the chance!

  13. 63
    Jen says:

    These are simply stunning and the thought of them tucked away in the bathroom of my 1918 era home makes me giddy;). Hope to be considered for the give away, thank you!

  14. 64
    Holly Dorval says:

    I would use these all over my house! To arrange flowers, snacks for my work desk, q-tips in the bathroom, etc.

  15. 65
    Heather says:

    I would love to have the flower frog so we can display all our beautiful summer blooms easier. I have family heirloom peonies (I’m at least the 4th generation who has had them) and they do best with some support!

  16. 66
    Sharon in Surrey says:

    What great lids!!! I use my jars for everything from storage to planting a spider plant that lives on the window sill! They keep the bugs & mice out of things – we live in an old house & it’s impossible to keep ALL the wildlife out. I think I’d use the floral lids with some brightly colored cloth to house non-perishables! What a great idea.

  17. 67
    nikki says:

    I need these frogs!

  18. 68
    Handful says:

    Love the frogs! I have some antique zinc lids.

  19. 69
    Kat Herbison says:

    I’d probably use the flower frogs the most.

  20. 70
    Melissa Outland says:

    I would definitely use them on the jars, but also I would like to make a windchime out of them. I think that would look so neat.

  21. 71
    Beth V. says:

    I would love a pretty lid to contain all of the loose change in my house! And the flower frogs…perfect!

  22. 72
    Alejandro Ramos says:

    Love the lids!

  23. 73
    Nickolina Jacoby says:

    Those are pretty great. I’d use them all over the place.

  24. 74
    Nancy M Carlson says:

    Love the lids. Not sure what I would use them
    for atm but know I would find something. ❤

  25. 75
    Karen Anderson says:

    My husband thinks I’m crazy but I use Mason jars all over the house. In the kitchen, I use them for beans, rice, grains, and dried foods that I don’t want pests in!
    I use a jar in the bathroom for guest toothbrushes and small tubes of toothpaste and another for cotton balls.
    I use them in my sewing room for buttons, small spools of thread, lace, and misc. items.
    New lids on everything would be nice!

  26. 76
    SarahM says:

    I’d probably use these for buttons and office supplies.

  27. 77
    Susan J LeClerc says:

    I love the old-fashioned looking tin lids!

  28. 78
    Marie Ulrey says:

    I would designate these for non kitchen items…mostly!! 😉

  29. 79

    These are awesome! I’d use them on the jars of dry goods on open shelving. And the floral ones are really cool, I’d use those for fresh herb medleys.

  30. 80
    Deborah says:

    I use Ball jars for everything so the lids would go on top of – nuts, grains, dried fruit, leftovers, buttons, ferments ……..

  31. 81
    Julie S says:

    These are fantastic. I’d use them for storing craft supplies in my art room. They’d look great in there.

  32. 82
    Nancy says:

    These would be great toppers for Mason jars storing various craft supplies.

  33. 83
    Tammy says:

    Decorative lids for my jars (and jars) of herbs!

  34. 84
    Jacqueline Elmore says:

    If it fits in the jar, than I use them. Sewing and craft supplies, in the bathroom you name it. My favorite is creating my own air room freshener.

  35. 85
    Mrs. D says:

    I can see using the lids with the criss-cross wires to hold up the flowers the children bring to me. =)

  36. 86
    Christine says:

    I have more jars than I care to admit… Now I’m putting pictures in them. Wide mouth pint and quart.

  37. 87
    Susan says:

    Flower arranging, and storing any non-food items. Like you, I don’t like the odor that remains on a lid, even after several washings and soakings.

  38. 88
    Mindi says:

    Awesome!!

  39. 89
    Dawn says:

    I would use them for the kitchen to store all of my nuts & seeds or for homeschooling supplies.

  40. 90
    Cassandra D says:

    I would place them on the window pane and add seashells.

  41. 91
    Rebecca says:

    Would love to win this set. So many ideas!

  42. 92
    LuAnn Glaze says:

    I love my Mason jars, and also use them all over my house, besides the kitchen. I have a passion for vintage jars, and these lids would be perfect for them. Thank you for this post, I didn’t know about these lids……can’t wait to browse this collection!

  43. 93
    Angela Bradbury says:

    Thanks for the email it was good to hear from you again! I would use the lids in pantry and other storage. Beautiful!

  44. 94
    Amanda Bice says:

    I use Ball Jars on my countertop for my vitamins. I love the big ones to store sugar, flour & anything that could get bugs. I need these cute tops!

  45. 95
    cc says:

    these are so cute and i would love to have some.

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