What can you make with Tasters Choice jars as a craft

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  • Shoshana Shoshana on Aug 09, 2017
    I would spray paint them and use them as a make up brush holder, or pencil holder. Have fun!

  • Donna Donna on Aug 09, 2017
    Spray paint the tops & use for see through storage...paper clips, rubber bands, twist ties, crayons, beads, dried beans & peas, grains, rice, cereal, dried herbs, cotton balls, Q-tips, etc, etc, etc. the repeated shape gives order to the storage. In addition to what Shoshana suggested! If they are plastic, especially good for kid's toy stuff parts, too.

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  • Mandy Mandy on Aug 09, 2017
    Chalk paint them, they have a nice shape, could be vases, pencil holders, use in the bathroom for cotton balls, swabs toothbrush holder, you can drill a hole in the lid & attach a decorative knob if storing things that fit inside. Would be pretty with decorative labels.

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Aug 11, 2017
    Remove any paper or labels. You can make Christmas gifts by painting the lid silver, add a glass knob to the top of it, and fill with red/green M & M's or anything red or green. We put red hots in one (pretty red cellophane paper on each) and red/green peanut M & M's in another. Also we added a Christmas color ribbon around the top where the lid screws on. I found a large assortment of glass knobs at several stores. You can put a hole in top and add a nut and washer to hold OR remove the screw app and glue them to the top.