My little fascination and slight obsession with vintage jars, little jars and big jars was never a secret. When I had to shop and style for a lifestyle photo shoot, I was over the moon to have to shop because it was part of the job. I did a little happy jar dance.
I found a completely adorable and inexpensive collection of recycled Spanish glass bud-vases at my local West Elm store. If you haven’t been into a West Elm store, you should brace yourselves for some terrific decor and design ideas. A big plus is that the prices are very reasonable and fit my budget for the project perfectly.
The small sizes were perfect to fit the scale of my photo scenes. It’s not easy to find an consistent, but eclectic collection of jars that are small.
Even better, I’ll be using these in some food shots for recipe posts on the blog. I think they’ll be perfect as little food props. Double whammy for work and play.
So I stumbled up these jars, in all different sizes, shapes and colors for about under $10. If you’ve ever been on the hunt for vintage jars and glasses, you’ll know that they can be pricey, at times over-priced, for one collectable piece. But when I found these that averaged $6, I went to town.
I bought big jars.
And little jars.
And stacking jars.
And I bought almost everything!!