When I could not find any shelving that would work with my mason jars, I decided to make them myself.  I measured my jars and the space I wanted to fill then pulled out some graph paper and got to work on my design.  

I have added a short video at the bottom so you can see the process I used.  

The shelves measure 7 feet in height, 5 feet in length, and have a depth of 12 inches. I opted for 1x12 lumber to accommodate my lightweight freeze-dried food, but if I were storing canned goods, I would choose 2x12 lumber instead. 

I designed the shelves to maximize the utilization of as many jars as possible. The numbers can be adjusted to suit your space limitations.  

Here is the approximate spacing I used:

Pints - 7 inches
Quarts - 8 inches
Half Gallon - 11 inches  

Fortunately,  shelves are one of the easiest DIY projects. I say this as someone who is not a carpenter and have never made shelves before.   I simply made a big rectangle box and added shelves using a nail gun.  

If you need more storage, give it a try and let me know how it turns out.

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