Vintage Ball canning jars seem to be all the rage in wedding table decor lately. I've read many, many, many stories of brides scouring the internet & antique markets in order to have these lovlies grace their tables.
I thought of all of you when I came acorss this the other day.
I have always been partial to the blue variety, which are harder to come by, but are oh-so perfectly vintage (side note: I considered using these for our Ohio home reception, but the $30/each price tag at the Chicago Antique Market changed my mind FAST). I can picture a grouping of three of these pendants in a number of different styles of kitchens, from Quirky/Modern to Beachy Whitewash.
Conant Lighting has an entire section of Repurposed lighting, but at $185 each, these aren't for all budgets. I've now seen similar listings for these elsewhere, but I love this one because the bottom has been removed. The whole jar doesn't do it for me...it's almost too crafty...but I imagine that this could be a relatively simple DIY project for someone with knowledge of how to put a light together (that person is not me, unfortunately). My friend Mrs. D'orsay posted tips on removing the tops of wine bottles, so have at it!
So brides & fellow Ball jar lovers, is this something you'd be willing to try? Could you see these hanging over your kitchen island? If so, and you decide to do it, send me pictures & I'll post them here!