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Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. Good way to keep things in perspective.

A memory Jar.. I am doing this in 2014!!!!! Great idea for the beginning of the new year. Teaches us to focus on what is "going right" in our life.

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The Blessing Jar

Blessings jar.... write down blessings throughout the year and add them to the jar. On New Year's Eve gather the family and read all the blessings your family has had over the year. Optional: Add the blessings to an album so we can always look back @ the blessings we've counted.

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For the New Year: Make a Memory Jar

Memory jar: because I can't keep a journal and don't want to forget the little things that happen each day to make me smile. Starting today!

DIY: punch a hole in the shape of a heart into an old dictionary, choosing certain words to describe the person you want to give it to, and arrange them into a frame for a decoration.

Keeper of the Homefrom Keeper of the Home

31 Ways to Use a Mason Jar in Your Kitchen

31 things to do with a mason jar

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30 Awesome Date Ideas Under $30

30 Cheap and Awesome Date Ideas Under $30 | Greatist

New Years Eve Countdown...put a note inside each balloon and do what it says at that hour...bake cookies, play a game... This could be fun for kids or adults.

On New Year's Eve, write letters to each other... DON'T PEAK! Hide them away for a whole year and open on the next New Year's eve to see how much things change in one year ♥

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Ombre Mason Jars

DIY: Painted & distressed Mason Jars! So pretty & easy! Extremely easy tutorial!

Momtasticfrom Momtastic

DIY Tinted Mason Jars in Rainbow

How to dye a mason jar!

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Friday Favorites

Empty Starbucks bottles, etch spice names into them. Beautiful for the kitchen!

Crafts by Amandafrom Crafts by Amanda

Burlap & Doily Luminaries

lace candle holders: mason jar, doily, mod podge, burlap/ribbons for decoration--use flameless timer candles (easier than lighting a candle)