2 Vintage Mason Jar Clip Art
Ball Jar Clip Art
Today I’m sharing these super fun Vintage Mason Jar Clip Art images. We’ve all seen the mason jar craze that’s been going on. The trend of turning old jars into new things is not a new concept and it’s definitely not going anywhere soon! These are the digital versions of those coveted jars and I think you will find them useful for so many projects.
Yesterday I received a fantastic gigantic 1920’s Catalog in the mail, full of all kinds of wonderful Hardware and Household images! As wonderful as the images are, I can’t even begin to tell you how bad it smelled!! Ugh! The cover was hardbound and full of mold and mildew, it had to go straight to the garage, where I removed the covers and promptly threw them in the trash. Thankfully you guys can enjoy the images without the smell, trust me it was bad! Anyway, a few people have asked me about Vintage Mason Jar Graphics lately, and I thought this Ball Jar was super cute! I had fun making this Blue one with the Zinc colored lid, and there’s a blank space, so that you can use it as a Label or Tag for your homemade concoctions!
Karen- The Graphics Fairy says
Nora, Thanks for sharing your memories with all of us! It sounds like your dear Mother was quite a cook!!
This image brought back so many pleasant memories. My mother used to use Ball jars when she did her canning every year. The house would smell like whatever she was canning…raspberries, peaches, apples…etc. She made some of the BEST jams and jellies! We rarely bought any from the store. God how I miss her!! She passed away in ’97 and not a day goes by that I don’t miss her.
Thank you so much for every image you share with us and for going through the mold and mildew to do it. 🙂
Ellen Emmerich says
Thank you for braving the moldy pages!
Lois Arnold says
I adore Ball jars. I have a bunch of them. A friend gave me a gallon one years ago that she was going to throw out! I’m thinking the one with the space to be used as a label is perfect for my sister in law! Thank you!
Robin Sanchez says
I love these….thanks for sharing!!
Thank you! How cute would these look on kitchen towels?? You always give me such fantastic inspiration! xo
TracyMB @ Crow's Feet Chic says
Love these (my daughter’s name is Mason). Thanks for these and for persevering through the stink! 🙂
Karen- The Graphics Fairy says
Nancy Lee, I will definitely try that! Thanks for the tip!
Queenie Believe says
I love Mason jars these images are just great!
Have a great day.
Nancy Lee says
Thank you for enduring the mold and mildew for us. A friend dumps stinky books into a bag of kitty litter, seals the bag and lets the odor absorber stuff work its magic. Apparently, after a week or so, no smell. Who knew?
This one’s great,thanks so much!
Thank you so very much, Karen ! I really need to be more consistent in checking for your feeds to my FB every day ! ~ Penny
Betty Benton says
Thank you for these wonderful jars! Sorry you had to go through what you did (I would be in the hospital with an asthma attack!)but they are wonderful images!
A Mother and A Daughter says
Love it!!! Thank you so much for your Vintage Clip Art everyday!!!