How To Make Chalk-Top Mason Jar Glasses

Published On August 15, 2012 | By Russell van Kraayenburg | Cocktails

So long as you don’t have a penchant for amputating appendages when you use power tools, these glasses are incredibly easy to make. This can be done with any size mason jar. If you plan to paint a portion of the glass (in addition to the lid) make sure you choose mason jars with a smooth glass side.

Take care when attempting this project as the metal can become very sharp while drilling and filing the straw hole. Be sure to remove all filings or bits of metal that may still be attached to the lid before drinking from the jars.

Russell van Kraayenburg is Editor-in-Chief at The Boys Club and blogger at Chasing Delicious.

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is a born and bred Texan who's always looking for a way to add a little BBQ to his cocktail. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Boys Club and Founder and CEO of Rambunctious House Media, the food-obsessed company behind The Boys Club, Chasing Delicious, and thesweettooth.co. Follow Russell on twitter @rvank.

One Response to How To Make Chalk-Top Mason Jar Glasses

  1. Rachel says:

    This is very fun! I love canning jars,and I use them to drink out of all the time. This would make such a cute gift, too!

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