San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Time to step up your tea game! The Mason Jar, the San Francisco boutique known for unique home decor is hosting a DIY class on Thursday, July 17 at the cozy and charming Union Street shop. Hosted by owners Hope and Pete Colling, you and your friends are invited to come and enjoy the shop plus bites and bubbly while custom blending tea bags and painting mercury glass mason jars for proper tea storage or polished home decor. Hope and Pete will take you through the process of blending tea and turning ordinary glass into antiqued mercury glass, while sipping on champagne and mingling with friends. Enjoy 15% off all purchases that evening and enter our raffle to win one of several cool gifts, including a $100 gift certificate!
Blend your choice of three base teas (black, green and white) with a variety of ingredients including Lemon Verbena, Chamomile, Lavender, Licorice, Hibiscus, Mint, Cinnamon and Vanilla.
You can impress your friends and family with your one-of-a-kind tea bags and custom stained mason jar!
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Hope and Pete Colling
The Mason Jar is a home goods boutique, that opened in 2013 and is located on Union Street in San Francisco’s Marina District. Inspired by its ‘older sis’ boutique, Marmalade, which opened in 2007, The Mason Jar is a neighborhood favorite featuring a very carefully curated selection of handpicked home décor items and accessories. Husband and wife team, Hope and Pete Colling partnered together to design and furnish the store themselves. After many inquiries and a few sales of the furnishings featured in Marmalade the duo decided to team up and create a home-goods boutique, The Mason Jar. After four months of searching for the perfect location, The Mason Jar opened just a few blocks down from Marmalade.
The Mason Jar brings to Union Street what other stores seem to be missing. In addition to Pete’s hand crafted furnishings, The Mason Jar offers home décor and accents, organic cotton bath sheets, artisanal soaps, luxury candles, pillows, picture frames, teacups, coffee table books and one of a kind flea market finds.