Thai Fried Garlic (Gratium Jiew) Recipe and a DIY Mason Jar Spout - To create a pour spout for your mason jar cut out the top of a salt carton. Cut to size of mason jar top. I took apart the spout with pliers and glued piece of wrapping paper on top.
Chalkboard paint on mason jar lids: a flexible, frugal storage solution for all of those loose dry goods cluttering your pantry - love it! good idea to date items in jars - yay, been thinking i need some organization!
I cut and placed vinyl chalkboard labels, cut from Storybook cartridge, onto large glass jars. With the chalkboard label the jars can be used for multiple purposes, if what's in that container changes just wipe off and write the new contents on the label with chalk.
Mason Jar with pouring spout. Just cut the top off an empty cardboard salt container, cut it to the size of a canning lid and use the canning ring to screw it in place. Note: The screw-on tops of parmesan jars will fit mason jars too.
As a jewelry designer, I'm always looking for inspiration on how to display my jewels, if it's for a craft fair or for the home. There are so many ways to display your jewels, and most of the displays you can easily make yourself!