Lavender Sachets in Mason Jars

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These cute little Mason jars were an easy project and make a great gift. 

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net
If you read my post about the Mini Pumpkin Potpourri Jars then you've already got the idea... these however, have the beautiful smell of lavender.

A couple of small Mason jars are just about all you need for this cute project. 

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net

I removed the metal covers and used the circle to cut out a piece of wire mesh for the top. 

This mesh is a gutter cover that keeps the leaves from going into the roof gutters. 

It can be found at the hardware store and is easy to cut with a pair of scissors. 

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net

I filled the jars with lavender buds that are easily available on Amazon (see below for affiliate link)

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net

All that is left to do now is to replace the wire mesh and the original cover until it is ready to use. 

When you want to use the sachet remove the metal top leaving just the wire mesh and let the beautiful scent fill the room. 

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net

I decorated the jars with galvanized charms just to add a little bling, .

These make great gifts or perfect little jars to drop into a drawer. 

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net

How to make lavender sachets in Mason Jars www.homeroad.net

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7 comments

  1. I LOVE the smell of Lavender!! Candles, lotion, essential oils, bath salts, anything at all, lol! I've made these before but I used burlap as my cover instead of wire. Wire would probably let more of the scent out, I'll have to try that!
    Thanks!

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    1. Thanks so much Candy the wire works great! Have fun!

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  2. Love this idea; Perfect gift idea! Where did you get the galvanized tags to go along with this great idea?

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    1. Hi The tags came from Michaels Craft Store :)

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  3. Can I ask where you got the little metal charms?

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    1. Hi Gena, the little tags came from Michaels Craft Store :)

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  4. Oh, what a lovely gift this would make! I'd sure like to be the recipient.
    Brenda

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