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  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    Thanks everyone!
  • 'a casarella How great do those jars look! Love the labels! -Matt
  • Sharon B Green Bay, WI
    This is great.........I need those labels for sure.....I took a spice, garlic, out of a jar that would not fit into my rack and put it into another jar and was in a hurry and did not label it.......forgot, later used it and thought it was cinn.,
  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    Sharon B, my friend made the labels for me, but if you click on the blog post I've included a link where you can buy similar labels from Martha Stewart :)
  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
  • Sharon B Green Bay, WI
    thanks so much

  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    My pleasure!
  • Sharon B Green Bay, WI
    I c u r in San Diego, my Fiancess daughter lives on Terraza Playa Cancun
  • Sharon B Green Bay, WI
    The link will not open but I will keep trying
  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    Hmmm... It's opening on my end. Try going into my blog post and accessing it from there.
  • Perry Norflus Winter Park, FL
    Great Idea that we shall be implementing as we "get back to basics".
  • LauraE Huntington, WV
    Back when my grown kids were babies, I saved empty baby food jars to use as spice jars.
  • Jo prentice Australia
    I'm with you * some jars are just too pretty to discard.I always find uses for them ** Jo'
  • Framedfrosting Kansas City, KS
    So cute & really simple too! Each week I host a crafting party and tomorrow's featured crafting supply is mason jars! These would fit in perfectly! I'd love for you to link up: http://www.framedfrosting.com/search/label/C...
  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    Oh! Framedfrosting , I will be there. I have a number of MJ projects on my blog...
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