The leaves are turning, the air is getting cooler and that means its autumn! This is the time of year where we have friends over for fires, make smores, and get cozy in our hooded sweatshirts. Its also a great time to bust out some mason jar cups!! Here's how you can make some of your own. Lets gather your supplies...
You will need:
Clean mason jars with rings and lids
Crop-a-dile Big Bite Punch (or hammer and nail will work)
#14 Finishing Washers (I found these at Menards in the nuts/bolts/screws section)
Here is a close up of those washers. It took me a little while to find them. At my Menards they were hanging above the screws and washers.
The next step is to remove the lids from your jars and punch a hole with your punch. You will need to punch a few holes to get your straw to fit. I used the washer as a guide to determine where I needed to expand the hole.
After your holes are punched, you will glue a washer on top of the lid. Once dry, also glue one on the bottom of the lid.
After all is dried, you can then enjoy your favorite drink in your jar!
If you've been following along on my posts about drinks on the patio you'll remember the beer bottle holder I made. It just so happens to be a perfect fit for a mason jar too.
Enjoy your patio drinks this autumn!