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This page is about pickle jar candy jars. This is a creative way to recycle pickle jars.
An easy and inexpensive craft to make for mom for Mother's Day. Cover your work area with newspaper. Fill a clean baby food jar with potpourri. Use the dip container lid as a stencil. With a Sharpie marker, trace a circle around the dip container lid on the tulle.
Use recycled jars and printed photos to create a pretty display for a shelf or mantle. It would be easy to change the images seasonally.
Freehand or use printed out silhouette images to create these pretty Christmas candle holders. Once a candle is lit the image will show. The list of supplies and step by step instructions follow. Make several in different colors.
A recycled glass jar, decorative tape, and decoupage skills can help you create a beautiful jar lantern for your garden, patio, or inside. It is lovely when displayed at a garden party.
Design a spiderweb on the outside of a glass jar using hot glue. Fill with candy or LED lights to add to your seasonal decorations. Even the spider is crafted using hot glue.
Decorate a recycled jar with some lace, faux fall leaves, buttons, etc. for a pretty seasonal decoration. This is a page about making a fall lacy jar decoration.
This cute jar filled with peanuts is a nice inexpensive gift the kids can make for Father's Day. This is a page about, "I'm nuts about you!" recycled jar craft.
Make a painted or decorated jar to remind your of your trip to the beach. You can even store shells inside. This is a page about beach vacation reminder jars.
Recycle a glass jar into this unique snow globe. Make several to showcase some favorite items. This is a page about recycled glass jar snow globe.
This is a page about tinting or staining glass and jars. Turn plain or uniquely shaped bottles into lovely colorful decorative items, in a few simple steps.
This is a page about craft ideas using baby food jars. Baby food jars, along with their larger cousins have a long history of being used in the garage to hold small parts. They can also be used in a wide variety of craft projects.