'To Go' Mason Jar Glasses DIY

We have a lot of mason jars left over from the wedding, A LOT. So I have been trying to think of stuff to do with them. While pursuing the internets I kept coming across 'to go' mason jars glasses and really like that idea. So with Will's help I created some of our own. It was pretty easy to do and I thought I would do a little DIY for you all just incase you wanted to give it a try. 

Things you will need
  • Mason Jars
  • Sharpie
  • Drill/Hole puncher that can cut metal
  • 1/4" rubber grommet (I got mine at Lowes but you can also get them at Amazon)
  • Straws
1 // Chose what size mason jar (I used quart sized). 2 // Mark where you want the hole for the straw to be. 3 // I picked the middle, but I have seen ones closer to the rim that look really nice too.
4 // Drill/punch a hole big enough for the grommet to fit through. 5 // Work the grommet through the hole, this might take a little bit. If you can't get it through try making your hole a little larger. 6 // Once the grommet is in rince off the lid and the jar to make sure any little pieces of metal from the drilling are all gone.
And bam you've got yourself a 'to go' mason jar glass. I've been really enjoying using them, in fact I have one full of water sitting right next to me as I type this :) I can't wait for the weather to warm up and have some friends come up for the weekend and we can fill them up with something nice and cold while we eat something yummy off the grill. Oh spring where are you?

There will be at least a couple more mason jar related DIY showing up on the blog, as I mentioned before there are still at least 80 sitting in our pantry right now collecting dust, hehe. I'm thinking I will have some in the bathroom, maybe turn some into lights, who knows what we shall make, but I think it's going to be a lot of fun! Let me know if you make some of your own.

x's and o's


  1. They look great :) Mason jars dont exist in the UK (that I'm aware of!)


    1. Hey Rosie, look for Kilner Preserve jars here in the UK, they look pretty much the same as the Mason jars. I just picked some up on Sale from Morrisons supermarket but you can also get them from places like Wilkinsons for a reasonable price.

      Happy Crafting <3


  2. oh, i love these! the old bakery/coffee shop that i worked in only used these for drinks (iced!)

    lindsey louise


  3. Gorgeous! I just love DIY. New follower by the way :)
    The Remembrall ,xx.

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  5. i love it! i always drink out of mason jars

  6. This is adorable! I'm definitely going to try it out.

  7. How fabulous is this?? Love this idea!
    xo TJ

  8. Great idea. I think I'm going to do some on my own. My guests will love them!!!

  9. AH! These are so cute! I'll have to make them soon!

    Thanks for making a visit over to the blog!


  10. Haha way to use those billions of mason jars again.

  11. Love this so much! I may use this idea to make my hubby iced coffee in the morning for summer.


  12. Ummm, this is way too cute, but I would probably drop it and it would break. I have to leave my beloved mason jars at home! Still, can't say that this doesn't make me want to try it. -Jessica L

  13. I love the many uses for mason jars! I used to use them to hold my tea until I broke one when I fell off my bike :(

    http://www.instructables.com/id/5-Minute-5-Cocktail-Shaker/ Maybe this one is next?

  14. I love how mason jars look, they're so pretty! I'd probably use them to store things in.

  15. What a perfect craft that is not only cute but completely eco friendly A+

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  17. oh my GOODNESS. I am literally obsessed with Mason Jars. I drink out of them, I eat out of them, I keep things in them. But this is perfect! Literally exactly what I've been looking for. I am sooo gonna have to try this!
    Thanks for posting a great DIY and thanks for visiting Infinite Style!
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  18. Such a neat idea :) This would be kind of awesome to do for wedding favors!

    xo Amber P.

  19. Such a cute and simple idea! I do love mason jars, and I've seen to-go versions for sale, but this is so much better. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I thought I was following you already, but apparently I wasn't, so I am now!! :)

    xox Sammi

  20. This is freaking adorable! Love them xo

  21. I've been wanting to do this for so long!! My sister gave me two cases of mason jars for Christmas, so I must try it soon. Thanks for the tutorial!

    xoxo Jess
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