Any ideas for use of yogurt jars

These are Yoplait Oui yogurt glass jars. Any suggestions for the use/decorate of these jars?
q any ideas for use of yogurt jars
  16 answers
  • Dawn Palmer Dawn Palmer on Jan 02, 2018
    tie a raffia bow on it and use it to store items on your bathroom vanity counter like tooth brushes, tooth paste, etc.

  • Lisa Lisa on Jan 02, 2018
    same as with mason jars, you can paint them, use bows and ribbons fill with lights, the possibilities are endless

  • I have started saving them too, my 99 Cent Store sells them, 2 for 99 cents. Have not yet decided wat the projects will be.

  • Liz Toone Liz Toone on Jan 02, 2018
    Make them into soy wax candles.

  • Sandra Allen Sandra Allen on Jan 02, 2018
    I love Dawns idea except don't use anything you would not want "flush" debris on. I would do faux foliage and flowers, craft brushes and crochet hooks, tools, and more. This link will give you tons of ideas.

  • I used Mirror effect and Sea glass spray paints and made votive candle holders from mine.

  • KL KL on Jan 02, 2018
    Thanks for all the suggestions.

  • CK CK on Jan 02, 2018
    At Christmas we put tea lights in them and set them in the snow for outdoor decor for our party. It was really said the guests :-) However, after the party I put them in the recycle bin so they can be used again and again for other glassware :-)

  • Jolene Jolene on Jan 03, 2018
    we used them at Christmas for pot de creme and banana and chocolate pudding.

  • Kim23801906 Kim23801906 on Jan 03, 2018
    I tied wide ribbon around and filled with water to use as a rooting jar for my baby spider plants It sits in my bathroom. I just loved the jar didn't want to see it go into the recycle bin.

  • Kym Kym on Jan 03, 2018
    Love the suggestions everyone! I use some for votives and put sea glass around the votive inside to give it a nice glow. When I run out of votives I use fairy lights inside and put them on the patio wall. They're gorgeous!

  • Sewmarie Sewmarie on Jan 03, 2018
    p.u sYou can Mod Podge it with family photos, magazine pictures, wrapping paper you love, or colored tissue paper, even fancy paper napkins( separate the two layers and only use the decorated one). Then spray or brush on polyurethane. Can hold toothbrushes, pencils/pens, paring knives...points down (cut a new sponge to fit the inside bottom to save knife tips). Also, new kitchen skewers...points up. Straws. Hair ties. Rings. Have FUN!

  • Alexa Alexa on Jan 06, 2018
    I use them as dessert cups for puddings, mousse, and such

  • Nancy Anderson Kracl Nancy Anderson Kracl on Jan 07, 2018
    I started saving thsee jars, but man the labels were very difficult to get off. I save lots of jars and have never had this much trouble getting the paper label off. Anyone else find this to be true?

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    • Helen Storey Helen Storey on May 24, 2018
      dont try to pull of wet just get them stared and pull it takes time

  • Mcmaj81 Mcmaj81 on Jan 07, 2018
    The labels came off in one piece for me. I pushed one side with a spoon until I had a large enough piece to grab and pulled each label off quite easily. I used goof off on the glue residue and it also wiped off very easily. I thought they were the easiest labels to remove!

  • Sarah Sarah on Jun 29, 2019

    It's unhygienic and unsightly to leave sealant on the rim, so clean that too.

    They are five oz jars and make creat little drinking cups. They make good wildflower vases, containers for sugar/Splenda packets, they are excellent tea light holders. La fermiere jars are larger and aesthetically superior, but their Instagram page has ideas that translate to Oui jars and are perhaps a little nicer than what is seen on official oui pages.