Harvest Time Colored Drinking Jars
My first mason jars were 16 oz wide mouth Ball jars and I used them for making my first set of salad in jars. Then I also fell in love with drinking jars (mason jars with handles) after seeing how cute they are to use for smoothies and ice cold drinks.
I bought my Harvest Time colored drinking jars from Kitchen Counter MNL. A full set (with white plastic lids) costs PhP 800 and it comes in 6 yummy colors: Yellow, Pink, Purple, Blue, Green, and Orange. Jars are clear, with some frosted areas (like the sea glass effect).
I bought a box of striped paper straws in the grocery to pair with my drinking jars. I’m now on the lookout for more paper straw designs.
Just last weekend my drinking jars were used during our COC/family reunion. We used my tinted Harvest Time jars and my dad’s vintage Libbey vintage drinking jars.
Here are my dad’s vintage Libbey County Fair drinking jars which he bought more than 20 years ago. He gave them to me to add to my mason jar collection. The jars are a bit tinted green.
Mason jars are considered one of my latest obsessions. I’m past the “kikay” phase and I’m now addicted to homemaking.
Below is my mason jar wishlist. Pardon me if I went overboard, LOL. My mason jar madness is incurable. 😀
I’m planning to buy these Opaque Del Sol (Ice Cold Drink) Jars. Perfect pastel! I wish they are available in more colors.
Colored Yorkshire Jars. Parang redundant na kung bibili pa ako, pero diba? Ang ganda!
Isa pa to! Ice Cold drinking jars in 7 colors. If only I have unlimited kitchen space and unlimited shopping money. 😀
The ceramic jars (with chalkboard panels) also look fancy! Behind them is a porcelain milk jar.
These Family Recipe Jars remind me of beer barrels and round bellies, hehe. I love the colors!
Mason jar shot glasses! Ang cute lang!
I’m thinking of purchasing plastic mason jar tumblers for the kids.
Mason jar brands – Ball, Libbey, Kilner, Harvest Time, Ice Cold, and Yorkshire. Gotta catch them all! LOL 😀
Straw lids, daisy cut lids, coin slots, full lids, lids and bands, star lids, plastic lids… and the list goes on! I don’t collect lids at the moment because I’m afraid that in time they’ll all get rusty, just like my old Ball lids.
Flip lids. Nuff said!
I want to try the no-drip reCAP lids! Mason jars never looked this sporty.
The silicone uCap is for storage purposes. Best when used inside the fridge.
Ball Mason Jar Infuser and Ball Mason Jar Sip & Straw Lids. Genius addition for those who love juicing!
Glass straws? Why not! But I won’t allow my kids to use them (my toddler might chew on them).
Other variants — clear glass straws and stainless steel straws. Fan na ako ng reusable items!
Bendable floral paper straws. Shabby chic & vintage-y!
Sander and Sam IG shop makes lovely mason jar cozies. Pwede sa kiddie parties and great as gifts na rin! I want the minion cozy for Z!
This one, the mason jar serving tray, is a KCM (KitchenCounterMNL) exclusive. I had a hard time carrying jars to the roof deck last weekend, so this is a must-have. Each tray costs PhP 1,200.
Ball Herb Shaker Caps and 4oz Quilt Jars!
Miniature mason jars as salt and pepper shakers. Available at Green Selections and KCM.
In love with these Country Style milk bottles. Caps, straws, and crate included. Countryside living ang peg!
These are mason jar inspired measuring spoons and spoon rests. The owls look adorbs, too!
I’m drooling over these glass mason jar spoon rests/coasters/table accents!
Yorkshire (2.15 gallon) beverage dispenser. Medyo OA na for me to want this, pero bakit ba!
Sander and Sam