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Vacation Memory Jars - Martha Stewart Scrapbooking & Memorykeeping - a must have for summer vacation and roadtrips with the kids and family

How to Create Memories in a Jar + lots of other Mason jar craft ideas!

50!!! ways to reuse glass jars! whether mason (i have a bunch as pantry organization) or baby food or spaghetti sauce...there are tons of fantastic ideas here!!! Here in Bavaria where everything is recycled, i have quite a few stockpiled and just waiting for inspiration like this!

Beach/ vacation memory jar

I love the beach and this is a gorgeous idea that would always remind you of it

cute craft ~ how about making a “memory jar” for your big or little? focus on a special event, or a trip you took together - and create a unique keepsake.

Honeymoon Memory Jars Filled with souvenirs collected on trips and pictures developed afterward, vacation memory jars are like little worlds that can be visited again and again. Kids can add to them or rearrange them anytime they like. Bent wire can be used to lower and position objects in a thin-necked jar.

Fun memory game..popsicles. I used this idea for a Christmas gift for my 3 year old niece although I didn't use popsicle shapes. Just different scrapbook paper prints on one side and laminated with contact paper.

Ticket Memory Jar...great idea. I have ticket stubs all over the place, stuffed in drawers, coat pockets, my wallet. I just can't throw them away! This is genius..just find a jar and throw them in. Love IT!

Easy abstract painting that anyone can do! Just blob the paint on the canvas in random spots and blend! (would be interesting how students could make different pictures w/ the same colors and same blob positions)