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Reusing Pickle Jars

Pickle jars are handy to reuse for crafts or storage. This is a guide about reusing pickle jars.

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November 1, 2007 Flag
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I decoupaged fabric onto pickle jars and put piece of vinyl flooring for a countertop disguise. I have a Mary Englebret theme in my kitchen.

By Maggie from Bloomington, MN

April 28, 2009 Flag
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I am looking for uses for pickle jars. How can I make kitchen canisters out of them? I need some ideas please.

By Shannonh8 from Maceo, KY

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May 5, 20090 found this helpful

I try to use glass jars of all sizes for storage. I used to have problems with getting rid of odors from the lids. This is my method for getting rid of the odors.

After washing the lids, I put the lids unwrapped in the freezer for a few days. Sometimes longer because I forget about them. It doesn't leave an odor in the freezer. After taking them out, I let them defrost/air dry. If this doesn't work, I place the lids in the hot sun for a day or two.

I have soaked them in bleach and water and this has worked but I don't always have the time to go through this for every lid I save. The other method may not be faster but it is more convenient for me.

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May 5, 20090 found this helpful

My Aunt got me started canning in them. She used the jars at least twice for Jams, Jellies, pickles. The rubber is strong, but unless you have canned, and have the experience I wouldn't advise it.

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May 5, 20090 found this helpful

Paint the jars or decorate them to match your kitchen add beads or ribbon or decoupage them with tissue paper or pics from magazines.

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May 9, 20090 found this helpful

How about collecting coins in them? Or maybe buttons? If you really want to use them in your kitchen, I think keeping different kinds of pasta in them would look really pretty. If you want to keep flour, sugar, etc. in them, I like the other posters' ideas about decoupaging or painting them. Painting the inside may not be a good idea, though. Or, you could put something like colored marbles, rocks, shells, etc. and display them on a shelf or near a window. How does that sound?

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March 4, 20160 found this helpful

a cotton ball with a small amount of vanilla extract on it and Seal it up for a few days.

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