Jars from baby food- DON’T THROW them out USE them like this…

Take advantage of all those jars you have purchased and are still in your home by making some of these interesting projects. Convert them into usable containers, vases, candlesticks, salt shaker etc. Here’s an idea that will delight you and that will be beneficial and simple for making. Just try it!

Wall vase
Decorate a wall or fence with these cute little vases of flowers. These can be excellent even as candlesticks.
You can use an old piece of distressed wood and attach a few baby food jars to the wood with clamps, then just add two hooks to the top to hang it on the wall or shed.


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Nail polish remover 
This little gadget will cost you a lot in shops, but you can also make it on your own very easy at home. Use the jar and a soaked sponge.

Containers for organization of colors.
Organize the colors by shades and line them on a baking sheet so that the child has everything at their fingertips.

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Treat in a jar
Jar is perfect for preparing desserts. You can make portions of cheesecake with a little crushed biscuit, cream cheese and fruit.

Baked treats in jars
This is another dessert but is baked in the oven. Place the dough for a cookie in the oven and bake briefly, add the other ingredients and you will have a cake in a jar.


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Dishes for salt and pepper
At least you can decorate the jars and keep in them salt and pepper. Of course, it is a little boring to make holes on the cover.

Glittering chandeliers
The jars are great for candlesticks because you can put in them a low small candles without problems, and give your home a beautiful atmosphere.


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To organize a creative corner
If you have a hobby that requires organization of the trifles, here’s an idea! Secure the lids to the underside of the shelf and use them for your trinkets. From this glass is easy to see where everything is.


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