Ball Heritage Collection Spring Green Jars #Giveaway | 100th Anniversary of the “Perfection” Jar

Ball Heritage Collection Spring Green Jars #Giveaway | 100th Anniversary of the “Perfection” Jar

With the bitter cold spell that’s been sweeping through our area, I could certainly use a little spring green in my life right now.  So, I’m tickled to learn that Jarden Home Brands has made available for preorder this year’s new limited edition Ball® Heritage Collection Spring Green Jars!

Available in both Regular-Mouth pint and Wide-Mouth quart, these jars celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the “Perfection” jar, the next iteration of the Ball brothers “Perfect Mason.”

The new Heritage Collection jars feature a period-inspired green color with embossed logos on the front and back and maintain all of the modern standards for quality and reliability. BPA-free and 100% made in America, the Ball® Heritage Collection Spring Green Jars are the perfect addition to a canner’s collection!

Ball Heritage Collection Spring Green Jars #Giveaway | 100th Anniversary of the “Perfection” Jar

And what could be even better news than that to add a little spring in your step today?  Well… thanks to the innovative folks at Jarden Home Brands, one (1) lucky Rural Mom reader is going to win a case of Ball® Heritage Collection Spring Green Jars!

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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.


  1. Those are so pretty! I think they would be great for canning or crafting.

  2. I’d love to start canning peaches. 🙂

  3. I’m still pretty basic – lots of jam (I make a fantastic raspberry vanilla which uses real vanilla beans). but I want to advance and try canning my own chicken broth. Scary, I know!
    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

  4. I can everything I can because Alaska has a short but powerful growing season. I love LOVE these jars! I would want to do my vodka sauce with my fresh tomatoes, I will pickle anything and everything, I will also jar beans, carrot slices, and make kimchi too… tons of yummilicious things!

  5. My absolute favorite thing to can is Corn Relish and we eat it as fast as I make it. Love these jars.

  6. I would love to can peaches this year! They always have them at the farmer’s market and they are amazing.

  7. I would do some jam and use them for crafting and parties!!

  8. Tracy Melhinch says:

    I want to do jellies and jams

  9. I’ll be canning jams and peppers.

  10. Homemade salsa is my faave to can.

  11. I love home canned peaches, so that would be my first choice!

  12. I love home canned peaches, so that would be my first choice!

  13. I usually can green tomato relish or ketchup. Apple butter. Rhubarb-strawberry jam if I get enough rhubarb from my two plants. But a couple of these jars would sit empty on a sunny shelf, with a couple of old blue ones. And I think I’d use the others for buttons, tea bags, die cuts. So pretty.

  14. I am a canning newbie! But we are hoping to get green beans going in our garden, and I would love to try some pickled zucchini. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

  15. I would love to can pickles. Thanks for the great giveaway! DamianMom at yahoo dot com

  16. I want to try pickling asparagus this year, and I think it would look extra lovely in these jars!

  17. I’ll be canning pickles and tomatoes – thank you.

  18. I will use these beautiful Canning jars to decorate my farmhouse kitchen…. Love them!

  19. I would love to can some green beans in these beauties!

  20. I will be canning pickles.

  21. I will be canning tomatoes!

  22. I would like to can pickles!

  23. I would like to try dill pickles, cold style.

  24. I will be canning tomato’s and pickles

  25. I’m super excited about the green collection.. I’m trying to can tomatoes and jam this year.. my first time, so wish me luck.. but I’m super excited and thanks for all your awesome tips

  26. We have a plum tree so I will be canning plums. Also tomatoes, peas and green beans from our garden.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  27. I want to use them for some St. Patrick’s Day decorations.

  28. Plum Jelly. 🙂

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