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    Here's the best crafting tip I have ever given: Keep every glass jar and lid that you can. Wash the jars, peel off the labels and keep them for projects. They also make cute giveaway containers for presents if you wrap the object in tissue paper before you stuff it in the jar. Ah. I'm getting off topic. Glue an animal to the lid and spray paint! For this project, I do not recommend hot glue because it does not do well with temperature changes. An epoxy glue like E6000 would work best...

    • Cara Brechler

      GREAT FOR KIDS STUFF! With old pickle jars! DIY animal toppers for jars. Glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint.

    • Brandi Carballo

      DIY Animal Toppers for Jars. All you do is glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint. So cute for the kid's craft storage

    • Jenny Bond

      glue plastic animals to the top of mason jar lids and spray paint...cute for kids craft organization

    • Kate Campbell

      DIY Animal Toppers for recycled plastic jars. Glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint. Fill with kids' craft supplies.

    • Karla Smith

      This will keep the kids craft stuff organized. Animal Toppers for Jars. All you do is glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint.

    • Kamille Terry

      Cute! DIY Animal Toppers for Jars. Instructions (but really all you do is glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint). #diy #crafts #plastic #toys #storage #paint #plastic_animals #kid toy #children toy #baby toy #baby product|

    • Kerry Ludwig

      Jar Craft Ideas | crafts cupboard with glass jars | 10 best kids' playroom storage ideas ...

    • Anu Sucré

      DIY Animal Toppers for Mason Jars. #crafts #storage #kids via

    • Kristin Evey

      diy. these jars are cute storage for kid's crafts stuff.

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