Jar Love

Mason jars are great.... but I love all jars, period! From Little mustard jars to Olive Garden Dressing jars....I like to dress them up with burlap and buttons.
I find uses for them all but during the warmer growing months they become vases and a herb keepers. To see more go to: http://www.sowanddipity.com/pretty-lil-jars/
I love to use recycled buttons
Herb keepers, those blooms are Calendula BTW, edible petals :)
Pretty lil flower, olive jar and mustard jar
Olive garden Jar into a vase
Pin cushions & button storage

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  • Jeanette S
    on Mar 10, 2013

    That is sooooo funny! I just put a plastic Budweiser wing sauce botle to soak! I keep plastic if I like the label or the color (have a hot pink plastic bottle that held blowing bubbles). We picked up a brown Michelob beer bottle out of our street the other day before a neighbor ruined a tire and I loved the blue and silver label...new vase for this summer!

  • Laurie Stickle
    on Apr 17, 2013

    I love your ideas!!! I have always found it hard to throw away the spaghetti sauce jars and the smaller salsa jars they are just so handy for so many things (pasta, last of the cereal etc not to mention craft items) I always thought they looked pretty as is but now you have me looking at them in a whole new way :)

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