Thursday, April 26, 2012

Aprons in Mason Jars

Since becoming a prolific canner of strawberry jam and cucumbers over the past couple of years, I've amassed quite a stash of mason jars.  A couple of months ago I stumbled upon The Ribbon Jar, a shop that sells all sorts of pretty ribbons and trims.  And best of all, they package their pretties in mason jars!  Super cute, right?


I was inspired to adapt this idea for my business.  I'm setting up my Retro Revival tent at the Great American Pie Festival this weekend.  It's my favorite show ~ swarming with happy people eating from the "Never Ending Pie Buffet" and shopping aprons and other beautifully made products, including organic soap and spa goodies from my friend Paula Parrish.

For the Pie Festival, I'm rolling up some of my aprons into mason jars and attaching my yummy pie recipies:


My Retro Revival sticker, that I normally use in packaging my products, fits perfectly on the jar lids:


Thinking I may display them on, in, or along side my vintage picnic hamper:


I adore how they look!  Hoping my customers will too!


This is my last April blog post so be sure to share a comment so you're entered to win this...


...vintage tray!  I'll randomly draw a winner from all of your April comments on the 30th ~ good luck!

25 comments:

Paula Parrish said...

Hello Cindy,
What an awesome and useful packaging idea. I know that I would love to buy an apron and receive a mason jar for Free. Love It!
Smiles, Paula

Betty Lou said...

Cute idea but I would miss getting a full view of your apron. Hugs

Jingle said...

That is brilliant! I would so be more tempted to buy it in a jar! LOL!

lln001 said...

cute idea....I bet they will love it.

My Vintage Mending said...

I have decided i want to come and watch you set up. As long as you wear an apron. This looks like vintage candy to me...beautiful...smiles...Renee

jonni said...

That is the cutest idea I've seen in forever! Good luck at the festival this weekend!

Shirley Hatfield said...

That is such a fun idea...I cannot get enough jars and boxes. I think I am entranced by the possibilities of what they might contain. Who'da thought of aprons?

Donna said...

What a wonderful idea! I love canning jars and an apron in it would be a perfect gift especially for Mother's Day.
hugs,
Donna

Becky said...

Smart gal you are!!!

Hope you sell lots and lots and lots at the Pie-Fest!

DearHelenHartman said...

So clever! I bet people want to buy them by the bushel.

Perfectly Printed said...

What a great idea!! I'm sure your customers with love the packaging!!

chris

Perfectly Printed said...

What a great idea!! I'm sure your customers with love the packaging!!

chris

Carolynn said...

Thank you so much for popping in for a visit! It means so much to me!
Oh, how I love your jars full of goodies..and, especially, the one chocked full of pink beribboned goodness!
Your blog is such a delight...I love any mention of aprons...I'm afraid that my classic gift is always an apron! I can't help myself...Aprons are so sweet, old fashioned and homey!
Blessings,
Carolynn x x x

Mimos da Claralú! said...

Hi Cindy! Now that I've seen your shop, so I can choose what I want and you have me here in Brazil, is not it? Cool!
You're from Orlando ... cool! I was there in September last year, me and my family, we love Cindy!
We went to Disney parks, Tampa, Celebration ... all beautiful!
Wait I'll soon be doing my orders, I can not wait!
Have a blessed sixth!
hugs
Lucia

BeautifulDees said...

I drink from mason jar's ( I have one on a stem called my red neck wine glass).Very cute idea.
Thank's for your kind comment's.
Love.Debbie:)

Getting Hooked said...

What an adorable idea! I am sure your mason jar aprons will be a huge hit! Thanks for your comments on my little blog :)

Julie said...

What a cute idea! The Great American Pie Festival sounds like great fun.

Michaele said...

I absolutely love the idea of the apron in the jar and the recipe outside! You rock!

Jennifer said...

What cute packaging! And aprons! My daughter is getting married and has a vintage theme with lots of Mason jars being used. This is perfect for her!

Linda Ruthie said...

I think this is a great idea. If possible, you could have a sketch or photo of the apron on the tag so everyone knows what it looks like.
Love your pot mitts too and displaying them in a pot is perfect.
Good luck with your show!

donna said...

I just love your mason jar idea. What fun a pie festival sounds like so much fun.
Hugs
donna

pergamonto said...

Hi.What a wonderful retro blog.i almost read all your blog archive in a few minutes.How nice i found it,can't wait for the rest.
greetings from Greece.

Adriana

Margie said...

Thanks to Beth Howard, I found your site. Just love it. You have such great ideas. Love the apron in a jar!

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