Lawn Fawn Intro: Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On

Hello and welcome to March Inspiration Week! Our Spring 2024 Release with 13 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 19 new standalone die sets, new paper collection, and all of our exciting new products are now available at your favorite store and at! And this week we will continue to highlight these new products with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

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AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On! This mason jar add-on to Build-A-Drink is so amazing for all your projects! It includes the mason jar, handle, lid, straw, bow and gift tags, and blueberries. Use this mason jar as a vase for a lovely flower arrangement. Lovely Lily of the Valley and Darling Daffodils fit sweetly into the jar. Give the mason jar a fun look with our Vellum Collection! Fill the mason jar with glowing friends using Little Fireflies and add a fun forest background with Spooky Forest Backdrop

Design Team Inspiration

As always, the design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these fresh new veggie sets! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and then leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Grace lined up a sweet trio of cool drinks for her shaker card! The Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-on includes the blueberry while the strawberry and cucumber are in the Build-A-Drink and Build-A-Drink Cocktail Add-On sets! I love how Grace added the cute mice to this whimsical card!

Elena‘s Easter card is so fresh and full of fun! She filled the mason jar with carrots from Springtime Bunny then added a cool gold metallic lid! The bunny from Shadow Box Card Spring Add-On is so cute! She used the greeting from Giant Happy Easter and in the background, she added a border to Quilted Backdrop with a Stitched Rectangle Frame.

Yainea‘s design is so gorgeous! I love the watercolor background and pretty gold of the lid and die cut greeting. She used Pastel Vellum to create “water” in the jar for the Lovely Lily of the Valley flowers!

Marine‘s firefly design is so brilliant! She created a fun scene with Spooky Forest Backdrop and Meadow Backdrop: Portrait! And then she filled the mason jar with clear confetti to create a shaker! The bright, happy colors make this card so whimsical!

Latisha‘s tropical design is so amazing! She used Tropical Backdrop to set the scene, then she added the mason jar with a frosty pink drink!

Megan created a card that is so charming! Her mason jar is a “berry sweet” jar of jam! She also used Strawberry Patch and Lacy Borders along with Fruit Salad paper to complete her folksy design!

Elise‘s mason jar is so pretty as a vase filled with sunflowers! She also made the jar a shaker, filling it with watery colored sequins!

Mindy‘s simple design is so lovely! She used only the solid piece of the jar, topping it with sweet flowers! I love how she inked the jar, giving it the look of water. Then she added a sweet message with Simply Sentiments.

I love how Rebecca created a blueberry drink to fill the mason jar, coordinating it with the Berry Cute Fruit Salad paper! So cool! And also, the little Berry Special mouse and the umbrella from Build-A-Drink add so much cuteness.

Audrey‘s cozy design is so beautiful! She used the Fruit Salad gingham for the background along with woodgrain cardstock cut with Simple Stripes: Portrait. It looks just like a sunny farmhouse kitchen! Then she filled the Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On with pretty flowers including Happy Potted Flower and Spring Flowers Backdrop! The birthday greeting is from Henry’s Build-A-Sentiment: Spring.

Intro Video

Now, I have a video to introduce Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On! We will show you beautiful inspiration while creating three cards. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you will fill the mason jar by March 20th at 5:00pm ET. We will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Saturday, March 16th for our next inspiration week post!

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321 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On

  1. I would make a cute ocean scene and fill the jar with fish and shells. 🩵 I would also create a milkshake/smoothie and pair it with the adorable fruit and blender from ‘So Smooth.’❤️

  2. The mason jar is just so versatile. I will use it in some of the same ways as the “How you bean?” stamp set. It would make a great terrarium or aquarium.

  3. I’m gonna make a fruit smoothie and give it to my daughter since we’ve been making them non stop lately for us to enjoy ✌🏽

  4. Super cute! I picture an ice cold lemonade in there, yum! Someone else said terrarium which is a really cool idea too!

  5. I really liked Megan’s design of using the mason jar as a jam jar… I’d like to do that, or make it honey and use some of the images from Hive Five.

  6. I think it would be fun to put a fish scene in it, like fintastic friends set. I can see all sorts of things in the jar from beans, buttons, stars, strawberries, candy corn, and a lot of things. Fun jar!

  7. I love Megan’s jam jar idea. I see a bunch of different flavored jams lined up with the sentiment “You’re my jam” across the front.

  8. Oh my! That mason jar of strawberry jam was so cute!! I would fill a mason jar with flowers or honey… and using the bee themed Lawn Fawn kit would be the perfect add-on!!

  9. I’ve used it as a vase so next i plan to use it as a “vacation fund” jar with tropical backdrop and a jar for the marshmallows from stitched mug for a cocoa bar. Yes, already working on holiday cards, but it could be for smores too for the camping season. 🙂

  10. I love these mason jars! The team did an amazing job showing it off I especially love the fruity drinks with the fun colored straws. I would love to fill it with iced coffee or boba tea.

  11. I’d fill it with small fireflies – just like we did when I was a kid. No fireflies came to harm – when they stopped glowing, we released them and catched some new

  12. I’m so excited to use my old lightening bugs in this jar! Maybe even a light up card….so many cute ways to use this

  13. My first try at a card using the Mason jar would probably be as a vase for flowers. Such cute ideas were given for many themes

  14. I love the idea of filling the jar with flowers. I love the idea of the fireflys!! Super cute. The possibilities are endless

  15. I would use the glow in the dark embossing powder or the lights and have lightning bugs in the jar.

  16. Wow. I think it’s high time I tried to make a shaker card. I went to a friend’s house last night and the hostess enjoyed opening up different bottles of sodas to try. It was so fun: she even served our drinks in fancy martini glasses—but a mason jar will allow for strawberries in our lemonade! Oh, an I remember LF has ice cubes! Mmm. I can taste them already!

  17. I just got my mason jar die in the mail the other day. I’m hoping to play later today. I think I will start by remaking the 3 shakers in the video so I can try making 3 different drinks but I will probably put them on 3 different cards! Thank you so much! I can’t wait to make the cute striped straws!

  18. I love the idea of filling the jar with flowers or lightning bugs. But filling it with a fruity drink would be fun too.

  19. Yay! Been looking for a mason jar just this size…thank you lawn Fawn!
    Will fill it up with happy flowers for my Church lady birthday cards!

  20. I’d fill the mason jar with lovely flowers and use it as a vase. Or maybe an ice cold lemonade or boba. 🙂

  21. I love all of the design team samples so I am sure I will use those as inspiration when filling my mason jar. I do want to try the Darling Daffodils in the Mason Jar, perfect for spring.

  22. I would probably try to make it look like an Old Fashioned. I also love it has a handle, I have those exact jars as drinking glasses!

  23. I fill my mason jars with flowers from my garden and sun brewed tea. The build a mason jar dies are so versatile and adorable.

  24. It seems so versatile! I would have to shop my stash, and see what I have that would look cute. Maybe some unicorns, with a rainbow coming out of the top.

  25. I think having a terrarium inside the mason jar would be fun or a jar of bugs would be different. I know my boys use to collect all sorts of critters in jars when they were small

  26. If I had the lily of the valley I would put them in the jar. I have the daffodils so I’m thinking that they would go in the jar!

  27. I love the idea of making the mason jar a shaker window and filling it with gumballs or some other treat. It would make a perfect birthday card!

  28. I love how Grace used the mason jar for shakers with sequins and different colors of drinks! I’d lift this for sure, and I love jars with flowers too!

  29. I would fill the jar with my favorite Easter candy… jelly beans! Yum:). Love all the cute cards and ideas!

  30. I think it would be FIN to create LOTS of different Shaker Drinks using all sorts of different products!! I LOVED ALL of the AMAZING Inspiration!! THANKS for sharing and for the chance to WIN!! Have a FABULOUS Weekend!!

  31. This set and card ideas remind me of the older LF stamp and die set called Summertime Charm! It has fruit images, small flowers, hearts, stars, and even a firefly! It also comes with a label stamp to put all kinds of sentiments on! Guess I would use the stamps from this older set (since I already have it!) to fill up the new mason jar!

  32. Oh my gosh, fill it with flowers, ghosts, mini fruits, mice, elves, snowman, anything small enough I can get in there

  33. There are endless possibilities of what to fill the mason jars. You can use any of the small Lawn Fawn pieces including the How Have You Bean? line. You could fill them with anything you would put in a shaker card. I love these samples so much.

  34. I would create an underwater scene & of course I have to have my bunny with Jellybeans. 🐰🥕🐣🥕🐭
    I would also like to create seasonal/holiday jars Christmas mice. 🐭🎅🌲🤶🐭

  35. I love the idea of making drinks, but also maybe apple butter or strawberry preserves and put with a basket of apples or strawberries.

  36. I would stamp out the bunnies and carrots on shrinky dink plastic and make shaker pieces to fill my Mason Jar. Also, I am Southern and I would fill my personal Mason Jar with Sweet Tea and enjoy making my card.

  37. My friend taught me how to can pickled beets, so I’m thinking the root veggies would help me make an adorable thank you card!

  38. I’ve been wanting a mason jar for summer fruit drink cards and this is the perfect size. Will also use it as a vase for flowers

  39. Lemonade with caly fruit pieces will be so cute in my mason jar, the mice will invite the bears for a drink!

  40. I would love to fill it with cookies if it were a real jar! Hahaha for paper ones, I would love to fill it with snowflakes and gingerbread people!!

  41. There are no fireflies where I live, but I think I see a mason jar filled with fireflies coming! So cute!

  42. OMG, there are so many ways to use this set. First as a lovely fruity tea for summer, then as a vase for Mother’s Day flowers, then full of craft supplies for my bulletin board, then…

  43. I filled it with Lily of the Valley and added a cat that looks like my moms kitten to make her a birthday card.

  44. I think I would fill with Hershey Kisses for my granddaughter- as they would be sugar free & calorie free.

  45. My first go will be the Lilly of the Valley, but I got so inspired by the carrots and bugs. Maybe jellybeans for Easter?

  46. I would fill the jar with little rolled up love notes and little cute die cut flowers for a a sweet gift and card!!!

  47. I would fill the mason jar w/ lemonade & watermelon 🍉 & strawberries 🍓 for the fruit! And I’d make the cool stripe straw like Kelly did in them video 😉. Getting thirsty just imagining it. 😂

  48. I love Mason Jars.. There are great for decorations, to make a fun drink, to store sauces….. I can go on and on and on
    and now we can make amazing cards!!!!

  49. For Easter I would fill it with Jelly Beans. Otherwise a nice cool mug of lemonade or as a flower vase. For a crafty friend it could be filled either with paint supplies or sewing supplies.

  50. I love the glow bugs in the mason jar and I think I have an older stamp set with some glow bugs that I can use with the glow in the dark embossing powder!

  51. Love the fun mason jar die set!! I’d fill those mason jars with a variety of different things — perhaps a margarita, a bouquet of flowers, a coffee drink, a milkshake…so many ideas, so little time!

  52. What a fabulous die set! I love this mason jar and how versatile it is! There are so many thing I would like to fill it with; I love the idea of using it as a vase for the darling daffodils and the lovely Lily of the Valley, I also like the idea of turbins it into a shaker card maybe even make a water shaker card filled with fish and sea creatures, like a mason jar aquarium.

  53. Oh my sweet goodness! The inspiration for this set is making resistance futile! I would love to create a shaker with it! Also think it would be so fun with the shell filler!!

  54. I really love the little mice sipping fruit drinks from the mason jar. I think I would use that on a gift bag filled with packets of drink mixes. I would also use the mason jar with flowers for mother’s day.

  55. Thank you for the inspiring cards! I never would have thought about making the Mason jar a shaker card. Duh! So clever! And I’m hooked on the fragrance of Lily of the Valley, so every time I see one…wow! And strawberry jam time is right around the corner. The card with a jam would be such an uplift to many I know!

  56. I would make it into a terrarium with lots of plants and little creatures like snails, worms and a cute lizard.

  57. I think it would be cute to fill the jar with the conversation hearts and other heart things for valentines/anniversaries/ etc

  58. I think I would like to fill the mason jar with sand, and make a little terrarium out of it. Maybe some plant fronds too.

  59. I will either use it for a tropical adult beverage image OR make it into a sort of fishbowl. I love aquatic scenes!
    Lori S in PA

  60. That’s an easy question since I already used it on a card, filling it with a yummy carrot cocktail, made with fresh carrots the mice had just harvested…. But I know I will use it again soon for a yummy strawberry milk!

  61. My little mice will be busy in the kitchen on top of the stove making strawberry jam and pouring it into a big mason jar. I have been wanting to do this for awhile and so glad to have the mason jar to make it a reality.

  62. I love these mason jar ideas, I want to make them all! I’d fill a mason jar die with something wintery for my holiday cards.

  63. I love the idea of using other fruit dies to make fruity drinks – like zesty lemon and strawberry patch!

  64. I’d fill the mason jar with strawberry jam with the letters cut out- You’re my jam! Maybe add a slice of bread/toast.

  65. I love how versatile Mason Jar stamps and DIe cuts are! I love my How you Bean Set for this exact reason and I love the new modern style too! I’d fill it with little worlds in the glass hehe and probably drinks and shakers!

  66. I love the jar! I would fill it with flowers, bubbles (ooo maybe Boba tea), candy… I think the possibilities are endless!

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