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spices in a drawer- with baby food jars and chalkboard paint! Awesome idea!
Doing this right now with all my jars...can't wait to see how they turn out!
I just use a sharpie on the original containers and store in drawer. Far less work.
I did this with my seeds that I saved from the summer for my garden. Can also work for sewing supplies - like buttons
so when it erases by the kids or on accident you can be wondering what it is!! LOL
Todays craft :)
Imagine organizing hair clips under the bathroom sink for little Z.
My dad did this in his workshop for nuts/nails/screws etc.
Baby food Popsicle.
Um the neck of the jar is smaller than the rest of it...I doubt it comes out in one piece!
Go look at the original.... this is not a photo of frozen baby food! It is just baby food... not frozen. It is an illustration for an article about adults who easy
Oops. That should be "adults who east baby R
Adults who eat baby food. Sheesh... Stupid keyboard. Sorry!
Thanks to Denise, "The Educator", I really enjoy this website.
Upcycled Holiday Ornaments
these are so cool
Great idea for those baby food jar lids! What kid doesn't love magnets?
magnet set, random adjectives.
Oh Baby (jars for canning)
You’ve Got Baby Food Jars
reuse a glass baby food jar
Baby Food Jar Pin Cushion
repurposed baby food jars
Turn Any Shoes Into Tap Shoes
Handmade paper baby food jars
Home Made Tea Set
Stalagmites and stalactites
Recycle Baby Food Jars into Terrariums and Tea Kits!
Tips For Drying And Storing Seeds. Use Baby Food Jars.
Bath salts in Baby food jars.
Baby food jar project # 4 I'm a little Copper tea pot
Polymer Candle Holder. Use a Baby Food Jar instead.
Baby food jar favors
That is such a Fantastic Idea! AWWW, and I loved them, so cute
These are so cute!! its the fabric or paper?? I am fixing to get ready to decorate some for Christmas and I'm wondering which is easier paper or fabric?
I would use the sticky backed fancy paper you can get at the craft store.
Thanks! I will have to check that out!
Polymer clay covered babyfood jar