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Mason Jar Storage

Using Mason jars for storing dry goods.For this tip, all you need is a mason jar, its lid, and a piece of fabric. I use fabric samples that aren't too thick, and look cute together. You can put them in your kitchen full of flour or sugar. You could also use them in a craft room full of buttons, or stickers.

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I use mine in my bathroom, I fill them with body scrubs that I have made and Epsom salts for my bath. You could also put cotton balls, or swabs in them, along with bobby pins or bandages.

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August 15, 20200 found this helpful

I make a special herbal tea every morning. Cumin, coriander, fennel, and fenugreek. I keep small Mason jars by the stove to hold small amounts of them.

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