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  • Mechel Wall

    I would LOVE to have my pantry organized in glass jars

  • TLC Home Organizing

    Screw tops make glass jars perfect for storing dry baking ingredients. Or, in the bathroom, try filling a glass cookie jar with decorative soaps or cotton balls. Pretty labels make sure you always know the contents.

  • Life Through the Lens - Kristi Jackson

    Glass storage jars range from $3 to $6 at your local home discount store -- or look for interesting vintage options at garage sales and flea markets. Screw tops make them perfect for storing dry baking ingredients. Or, in the bathroom, try filling a glass cookie jar with decorative soaps or cotton balls.

  • Kala Cunard

    Glass jars for pantry storage

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