Does anyone have an idea for the glass lids from jar candles?

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  • Phyllis Virga Phyllis Virga on Feb 09, 2017
    I bought a wooden lid stand to hold the glass lids. Probably at Bed Bath and Beyond.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Feb 09, 2017
    There are so many fun things you can do! You can use them for tea lights ( decorate them with whatever you'd like- rope, glitter, ect) Here are a lot of great ideas https//www.hometalk.com/15343097/q-candle-jar-lids Have fun!

    What to do with candle jar lids

  • Jeannie Carle Jeannie Carle on Feb 10, 2017
    I don't have any suggestions, but I'm liking the ones posted! Hadn't thought to ask on here :-)

  • Bnb7639682 Bnb7639682 on Feb 11, 2017
    They are great in the sewing or craft room for pins, buttons, beads, etc.

  • Geo7259373 Geo7259373 on Feb 12, 2017
    I turn them upside down and just put in a votive candle.

  • Ruby  Yoder Ruby Yoder on Feb 12, 2017
    I put tea light candles in them . when you can't use the fire ones , put the battery ones in .







  • Kim8818061 Kim8818061 on Feb 13, 2017
    I found that some of them can be used for coasters

    • Bev15732657 Bev15732657 on Feb 14, 2017
      Why not decorate them , by using glass paint ( paint any design you like, ie. A flower, seashell etc. ) then glue a cork disc to protect any surface from scratching or water marks ?

  • K K on Feb 14, 2017
    I've found unique metal cylinders that I've glued onto the bottom/inside of the lid after I removed the plastic ring. It makes a beautiful place to drop a votive candle that's in a small glass container inside of.

  • Carla Carla on Feb 15, 2017
    Snow globes or a place for a small keepsakes. A paper weight with small rocks, sand, small shells. A planter for a succulent.

  • User User on Feb 16, 2017
    most of them fit wide mouth mason jars ... which i use to store some of my dry goods...gives my pantry a more classy look.

  • Adelaide Butler Adelaide Butler on Feb 16, 2017
    Save the jar the candle was in. After the last of the candle has burned, wash and put candy in it, put the top back on, tie a ribbon around it and give to someone.

  • Linda Linda on Feb 16, 2017
    Great idea! Thank you !

  • Linda Linda on Feb 18, 2017
    Excellent ideas!!

  • Kim Winkler Kim Winkler on Mar 30, 2017
    This will sound crazy at first hearing...I have used them as snowmen hats. A couple of years ago I made a snowman and snow lady out of glass Christmas bulb/globe ornaments (balls). The ornaments were silver glass and graduated in size, of course. I placed the bottom globe in a glass coaster for a secure balance and glued everything together. I was fine until it came time for the hats. For the snowman, I glued a shot glass onto a glass disc originally meant for a candle. For the snowlady, however, I used the top of a candle jar. It was perfect because it was rounded and had more of a bonnet look to it.

  • Ron Costella Ron Costella on Mar 30, 2017
    A weight for helium balloons for a floor display as well as keeping them out of your way while transporting them.
    Either tie them around the lid or turn the lid upside down and put an eye screw or hook into the plastic seal as a tie down anchor.

    • Linda Linda on Apr 02, 2017
      That's genius! If you turn it upside down you can put candy or some other small gift in it!

  • Linda Linda on Apr 02, 2017
    I bet it's adorable! I will have to try that! Thanks!

  • Ron Costella Ron Costella on Apr 03, 2017
    The candy like M&M's would add color as well.

  • Fran Fran on Apr 03, 2017
    Tie a ribbon around plastic part, turn upside down and use on bathroom countertops for hair pins, earrings, rings, cotton balls or any you don't want to go down the drain. Depending on your soap dispenser, some bottles fit inside the glass cap and will prevent soap bottle from falling over when your soap is running out.
    Love all the great ideas!