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Mason Jar Cups

Did you notice I didn’t put “{Pink Lemonade}” in the title?
I thought maybe you might not look at it if you knew I was showing you MORE pink lemonade décor for Addison’s Birthday… but it’s all I got right now. I still feel like I have a million things to do.
I actually debated for a long time if I would share all the little details before and then do a party reveal… or if I should go straight to the party reveal, but I thought this would be more fun.
Ok, so it also had to do with I haven’t had much time to do anything else so basically my blog would cease to exist until after the party. : )

Pink Lemonade Mason Jars MAIN_edited-1

This are super easy … like really really easy!

Pink Lemonade Mason Jars twine

I just wrapped the yellow ribbon around and glued it
Then I did the same with some lace I cut up. I just made it a big thinner than the ribbon
Then tie some baker’s twine around it all.
Super easy right?

Mason Jar Sneak Peak

Then I added in some adorable striped straws.

Mason Jars Pink Straws

You can never have to much baker’s twine, I love that stuff!

Mason Jar Decorate

I’m getting pretty excited! I can’t wait to show you what I’m making for her “cake” : )
I’ll keep some of it a secret.. maybe. I’m not so good at keeping craft secrets!

Pink Lemonade Mason Jars



  1. Kelly Rowe says

    Super sweet :) YAY for parties!! Hugs, Ashley! Thanks for hosting Craft and Tell each week too, friend.

  2. -Sarah- My Simple Obsession says

    Love all the details Ashley! I did a pink lemonade party for AB's first birthday. I was actually thinking about writing a post about the cute play lemonade stand I made for her party. ;)

  3. Terry says

    Those are really sweet. Looks like it's going to be a great party. Thanks for sharing at our party this week.

  4. Toodie says

    Those are adorable! Although MY little granddaughter Addisyn is too small (she just turned a year old), I think these cups would be awesome for a summer barbecue! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Rose Jesky says

    It looks great! Thanks for sharing this with us @ the Sunday Round Up.
    Hope you have a wonderful week,

  6. Heather Kaluf says

    what a wonderful and cute idea. I have tons of mason jars, ill have to use this idea someday. :)

  7. Carol, The Answer Is Chocolate says

    Just wanted to let you know I featured these as part of my link party wrap up!

  8. Jennie Larsen says

    shared on COM-FB! such a cute idea, instead of ordering those cute silver daisy lids. This is a great alternative. winks, jen

  9. CSI girl says

    Love, love! I did something similar with the heart shaped doilies and lavender twine for my daughter's baptism. Love this look!!! You did a great job.


  10. nicolette {momnivores dilemma} says

    Just darling, Ashley!

    I scored cases of these at Tar-jay for 75% off last season, and we use them as drinking glasses. This ideas really dolls them up for parties, though!

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Juice. I also featured you tonight and will share as well at my pinterest…


  11. Julie says

    What a great idea. I love using my jars and these are beautiful :)

    The Farm Girl

  12. Karla says

    These are so cute. I love mason jars!

    Found you through the Once a month blog hop. I’m your newest follower. :)

    • Ashley says

      I’m pretty sure they are the 8 oz. I threw the box away but they weren’t very big so I’m almost positive 8 oz. They might be a little small for adults, but for kids they were great! I bought them at walmart, they are pretty cheap there!

      • says

        Thanks for letting me know! Also, not sure if you know this or not but when you reply to comments, it doesn’t let us know or at least it didn’t let me know. I came back here to see if you responded. Just thought you should know. Thanks again! I’m getting super excited about planning my daughter’s Pink Lemonade party!!

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