Tops from Yankee jar candles

Any ideas to repurpose the lids from Yankee jar candles? Pin cushion is the only re do that comes mind. I'd sure appreciate any crafty input. Thanks much!
  6 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Nov 08, 2015
    Take the plastic out of the top and put a tea light candle inside.
  • Lov2210885 Lov2210885 on Nov 09, 2015
    I used the large dome top lid as the base n a small flat top as a top, together, they make a jewelry glass container. Looks really elegant like it was made that way.
  • Wanda Bourgeois Wanda Bourgeois on Nov 10, 2015
    Paperweight - take off plastic ring cut a cardboard circle to size of cover. Attach a picture or trinket or small treasure on cardboard glue to glass .
  • Carolyn crandall Carolyn crandall on Nov 10, 2015
    Hi Holly.. I just used jar lids to make a candle stick base and a tiny Christmas tree base, they were painted brown. Carolyn
  • Jenni Jenni on Jan 17, 2016
    Wash in dishwasher. Add paint or other pretties and serve candy in it. :)
  • Misty Misty on Mar 05, 2016
    I have recently started making a paper weight using the glass top of the candle jar lid. It is flat smooth glass and I removed the plastic, inserted a picture of me and my grandson and locked it in with a painted mason jar lid on the back. I plan on adding a few of those little plastic bumpers and giving it to my daughter for her desk, she is a fifth grade school teacher-perfect! I am sorry I don't have a picture just yet...but the possibilities are endless, and they fit the mason jar lids perfectly, both sizes! .
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